The Middle East Government Directory 2012 is the definitive guide to people in power in the Middle East. All the top decision-makers are included in this one-volume publication, which details government ministries,
departments, agencies, corporations and their connected bodies.
Each chapter contains:
– a brief governmental overview of each country
– the constitutional position of the head of state
– an outline of the legislature and governmental system
– a summary of local government
– listings of ministries and their key personnel
– government departments and their connected bodies
– listings of embassies of each country, and within each country.
Organization entries contain the names and titles of officials, postal and e-mail addresses, telephone, telex and fax numbers plus an overview of their
Truly regional in scope, and listing all government ministries, departments, agencies, corporations and their connected bodies from every country in the Middle East, this directory provides a uniquely comprehensive view of
government activity in the Arab world.
Ministries and government organizations include:
Agriculture and the Environment; Business and Economy; Defence; Development and Planning; Education and Research; Employment; Health and Welfare; International Affairs; Legal and Judiciary; Media; Mining and Energy; Science and Technology; Tourism; Transport and Communications; and
Countries covered are:
– Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt
– Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan
– Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman
– Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia
– Syria, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
The Middle East Government Directory 2012 is an exceptional guide to governments and governmental systems for the Middle East. This Directory provides specialized information on government agencies, officials, and
institutions throughout that region.
The Middle East Government Directory 2012 is an indispensable strategic resource for all Middle East practitioners and is a vital acquisition for anyone needing further details on the region, or for those needing a
reliable source of governmental contacts.