Meet “Dhi Yazan Bin Haitham”, the Crown Prince of the Sultanate of Oman

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The mandate devolved to him according to recent constitutional amendments

Dhi Yazan bin Haitham bin Tariq became the Crown Prince in Oman, according to the constitutional amendments issued by Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, on Monday.

On Monday, the Sultan of Oman issued two decrees, the first to issue the Basic Law of the State, and the second to issue the Sultanate’s Council Law.

On Monday, official media reported that Sultan Haitham bin Tariq “issued a new statute that organizes the mechanism for the transfer of power, naming the crown prince, in addition to a new law for parliament.”

According to the Oman News Agency; “The most important thing mentioned in the Royal Decree No. 6 of 2021 is to set a specific and stable mechanism for the transfer of the mandate of power in the Sultanate, and to establish a mechanism for appointing the Crown Prince and clarifying his duties and powers.

The decree includes “affirming the principle of the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary as a basis for government in the state, and emphasizing the role of the state in ensuring more rights and freedoms for citizens.”

Articles from the Basic Law of the State indicated that “the system of government is sultanistic and hereditary in the male descendants of Sultan Turki bin Said bin Sultan, according to provisions stating that the rule of government is transferred from the Sultan to his oldest son, then the eldest son of this son, and so on layer after class. The eldest son died before the state transferred to him, it passed to his eldest son, even if the deceased had brothers.

Dhi Yazan bin Haitham

The biography of Yazan indicates that he is the eldest son of Sultan Haitham, who was born on August 21, 1990, and was appointed to the position of Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, which was formed by the merger of the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Sports Affairs, the Ministry of Arts Affairs and the National Youth Committee, since last August.

The Yazan worked as a second secretary at the Omani embassy in Britain, and sponsored the Omani Youth Day ceremony in October 2019, as well as the Sultan’s Football Cup in the same month.

The Yazan holds a BA in Political Science from Oxford University in Britain, and is the youngest minister in the new government of the Sultanate of Oman.

It is worth noting that Sultan Haitham bin Tariq had assumed power in the country a year ago, after the death of Sultan Qaboos, who did not have a crown prince.

Crown Prince in Oman
Dhi Yazan bin Haitham bin Tariq

Meet “Dhi Yazan Bin Haitham”, the Crown Prince of the Sultanate of Oman

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Dhi Yazan bin Haitham bin Tariq became the Crown Prince in Oman, according to the constitutional amendments issued by Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, on Monday.

On Monday, the Sultan of Oman issued two decrees, the first to issue the Basic Law of the State, and the second to issue the Sultanate’s Council Law.

On Monday, official media reported that Sultan Haitham bin Tariq “issued a new statute that organizes the mechanism for the transfer of power, naming the crown prince, in addition to a new law for parliament.”

According to the Oman News Agency; “The most important thing mentioned in the Royal Decree No. 6 of 2021 is to set a specific and stable mechanism for the transfer of the mandate of power in the Sultanate, and to establish a mechanism for appointing the Crown Prince and clarifying his duties and powers.

The decree includes “affirming the principle of the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary as a basis for government in the state, and emphasizing the role of the state in ensuring more rights and freedoms for citizens.”

Articles from the Basic Law of the State indicated that “the system of government is sultanistic and hereditary in the male descendants of Sultan Turki bin Said bin Sultan, according to provisions stating that the rule of government is transferred from the Sultan to his oldest son, then the eldest son of this son, and so on layer after class. The eldest son died before the state transferred to him, it passed to his eldest son, even if the deceased had brothers.

Dhi Yazan bin Haitham

The biography of Yazan indicates that he is the eldest son of Sultan Haitham, who was born on August 21, 1990, and was appointed to the position of Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, which was formed by the merger of the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Sports Affairs, the Ministry of Arts Affairs and the National Youth Committee, since last August.

The Yazan worked as a second secretary at the Omani embassy in Britain, and sponsored the Omani Youth Day ceremony in October 2019, as well as the Sultan’s Football Cup in the same month.

The Yazan holds a BA in Political Science from Oxford University in Britain, and is the youngest minister in the new government of the Sultanate of Oman.

It is worth noting that Sultan Haitham bin Tariq had assumed power in the country a year ago, after the death of Sultan Qaboos, who did not have a crown prince.

January 13, 2021 – Jumada Al-Awwal 29, 1442

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The mandate devolved to him according to recent constitutional amendments

Dhi Yazan bin Haitham bin Tariq became the Crown Prince in Oman, according to the constitutional amendments issued by Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, on Monday.

On Monday, the Sultan of Oman issued two decrees, the first to issue the Basic Law of the State, and the second to issue the Sultanate’s Council Law.

On Monday, official media reported that Sultan Haitham bin Tariq “issued a new statute that organizes the mechanism for the transfer of power, naming the crown prince, in addition to a new law for parliament.”

According to the Oman News Agency; “The most important thing mentioned in the Royal Decree No. 6 of 2021 is to set a specific and stable mechanism for the transfer of the mandate of power in the Sultanate, and to establish a mechanism for appointing the Crown Prince and clarifying his duties and powers.

The decree includes “affirming the principle of the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary as a basis for government in the state, and emphasizing the role of the state in ensuring more rights and freedoms for citizens.”

Articles from the Basic Law of the State indicated that “the system of government is sultanistic and hereditary in the male descendants of Sultan Turki bin Said bin Sultan, according to provisions stating that the rule of government is transferred from the Sultan to his oldest son, then the eldest son of this son, and so on layer after class. The eldest son died before the state transferred to him, it passed to his eldest son, even if the deceased had brothers.

Dhi Yazan bin Haitham

The biography of Yazan indicates that he is the eldest son of Sultan Haitham, who was born on August 21, 1990, and was appointed to the position of Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, which was formed by the merger of the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Sports Affairs, the Ministry of Arts Affairs and the National Youth Committee, since last August.

The Yazan worked as a second secretary at the Omani embassy in Britain, and sponsored the Omani Youth Day ceremony in October 2019, as well as the Sultan’s Football Cup in the same month.

The Yazan holds a BA in Political Science from Oxford University in Britain, and is the youngest minister in the new government of the Sultanate of Oman.

It is worth noting that Sultan Haitham bin Tariq had assumed power in the country a year ago, after the death of Sultan Qaboos, who did not have a crown prince.





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