Legislative Council of Brunei

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Legislative Council of Brunei
Majlis Mesyuarat Negara Brunei
مجليس مشوارت نڬارا بروني
8th Legislative Council
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
Speaker
Haji Abdul Rahman bin Haji Mohamed Taib
Hassanal BolkiahMonarchy
since January 1, 1984
Structure
Seats 33 full members
3 ex officio members
Legislative Council of Brunei seating.svg
Political groups
Monarchy
Non-partisan
{{{house1}}} committees None
Meeting place
Legislative Council Building,
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei
Website
Legislative Council of Brunei
Emblem of Brunei.svg
This article is part of a series on the
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Brunei

Legislative Council of Brunei (Malay: Majlis Mesyuarat Negara Brunei (مجليس مشوارت نڬارا بروني)) is the parliament in Brunei.

e • d Summary of the composition of the Brunei Legislative Council
Members Seats
Members appointed by the Sultan  36
Total 36

History[edit]

The council replaced the former Brunei State Council (c. 1907) in 1959 and sat until 1984 when the Legislative Council was suspended. This council reconvened in 2004. Legislative Council initially chaired by chief minister but then a member who called Yang Di-Pertua (Speaker) became Chairman. Yang Di-Pertua Dewan (Speaker) is appointed by the Sultan either from among the Members of the Council meeting of the State itself or from people who are not experts.

The main function of the State Executive Council acted as advisor to governments and examine the government policies such as the implementation enact laws, approve budgets and revenue per year in planning progress of the country as well as with tax statutes. The Legislative Council held openly that allows people to see, hear and observe the ways of consultation was carried out. The Legislative Council conference held at least once a year, to enable it to consider and approve the Estimates of Revenue and Annual Budget.

Developments in the field of administrative and constitutional self-government during the period has been a great help in maintaining and maintaining the nation's prosperity and improving the lives of citizens and residents of Brunei Darussalam. During this period has also been shown that the experience of democracy through elections does not necessarily ensure the integrity and stability of the country, even concluded that the field of legislation since 1970, after His Majesty Paduka Seri Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Waddaulah Mu'izzadin ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Haji Omar 'Ali Saifuddien Sa'adul Khairi Waddien, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, can perform the responsibility of the Government in moving towards a phase of political and socioeconomic stability.

Members[edit]

  1. His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah
    Prime Minister, First Minister of Finance and Minister of Defence
  2. His Royal Highness Pengiran Muda Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah
    Senior Minister in the Prime Minister's Office
  3. His Royal Highness Pengiran Mohamed Bolkiah
    First Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  4. The Hon. Pehin Dato Hj. Awang Abu Bakar bin Hj. Apong
    Minister of Education
  5. The Hon. Pehin Dato Hj. Adanan bin Pehin Khatib Dato Hj. Mohd. Yusof
    Minister of Health
  6. The Hon. Pehin Dato Hj. Suyoi bin Hj. Osman
    Minister of Development
  7. The Hon. Pehin Dato Hj. Abdullah bin Mudim Hj. Bakar
    Minister of Communications
  8. The Hon. Pehin Dato Hj. Yahya bin Mudim Hj. Bakar
    Minister of Industry and Primary Resources
  9. The Hon. Pehin Dato Hj. Abdul Rahman bin Hj. Ibrahim
    Second Minister of Finance
  10. The Hon. Pehin Dato Lim Jock Seng
    Second Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  11. The Hon. Pehin Col. Rtd. Dato Dr. Hj. Mohammad Yasmin bin Hj. Umar
    Minister of Energy in Prime Minister's Department
  12. The Hon. Pengiran Dato Pehin Dr. Hj. Mohammad bin Pengiran Hj. Abdul Rahman
    Minister of Religious Affairs
  13. The Hon. Pehin Udana Khatib Dato Ustaz Hj. Awang Badaruddin bin Pengarah Hj. Othman
    Minister of Home Affairs
  14. The Hon. Pehin Dato Hj. Hazair bin Hj. Abdullah
    Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports
  15. The Rt. Hon. Pengiran Dr. Hj. Mohd. Yusuf bin Pengiran Abdul Rahim
    Distinguished Bruneian
  16. The Hon. Dato Imam Hj. Awang Abdul Hamid bin Bakal
    Distinguished Bruneian
  17. The Hon. Dato Hj. Yaakub bin Pehin Dato Hj. Zainal
    Distinguished Bruneian
  18. The Hon. Dato Goh King Chin
    Outstanding Bruneian
  19. The Hon. Hj. Othman bin Uking
    Outstanding Bruneian
  20. The Hon. Datin Hjh. Salbiah binti Hj. Sulaiman
    Outstanding Bruneian
  21. The Hon. Dato Hj. Abdullah bin Dato Hj. Mohd. Jaafar
    Outstanding Bruneian
  22. The Hon. Hj. Ahmad Morsidi bin Pehin Hj. Awang Abdul Rahman
    Outstanding Bruneian
  23. The Hon. Hj. Zulkipli bin Hj. Abdul Hamid
    Outstanding Bruneian
  24. The Hon. Datin Hjh. Zasia binti Sirin
    Outstanding Bruneian
  25. The Hon. Hj. A. Ahmad bin Husain
    Headman of Mukim Berakas A, Brunei-Muara
  26. The Hon. Hj. Gapor bin Karim
    Head of Belimbing Village, Kota Batu, Brunei-Muara
  27. The Hon. Hj. Tahamit bin Hj. Nudin
    Headman of Mukim Gadong A, Brunei-Muara
  28. The Hon. Hj. Jumat bin Akim
    Head of Putat Village, Mukim Lumapas, Brunei-Muara
  29. The Hon. Hj. Mohd. Shafiee bin Ahmad
    Head of Lumut 1 Village, Liang, Belait
  30. The Hon. Hj. Mohd. Yusof bin Dulamin
    Head of Mumong Village, Kuala Belait, Belait
  31. The Hon. Dato Hj. Muhammad Taha bin Abdul Rauf
    Headman of Mukim Keriam, Tutong
  32. The Hon. Hj. Ramli bin Hj. Lahit
    Headman of Mukim Telisai, Tutong
  33. The Hon. Hj. Sulaiman bin Hj. Ahad
    Head of Belingos Village, Bangar, Temburong

Ex officio[edit]

  1. The Hon. Hj. Abdul Rahman
    bin Hj. Mohamed Taib
    Speaker
  2. The Hon. Hj. Judin bin Hj. Asar
    Clerk I (First) to the Legislative Council

Years[edit]

1906
A legal agreement between the Government of Brunei by British Government
1908
The Council has been able to meet in a systematic manner a total of 3 times
1913
The Legislative Council approved the postal law and the law Telegraph
1916
The State Council Conference first held in "Lapau Baru Istana Al-Marhum Sultan Muhammad Jamalul Al-Alam II"
built on the Mainland
1917
The Legislative Council Conference held 5 times
1927
The State Council has convened and debating conditions the formation of the Legislative Council of the State
a total of 3 times
1929
The State Council convened a total of 9 times, which of 5 laws approved
1932
The State Council has issued an order for the control engineering stores in times of emergency
1934
A total of 7 of the law approved by the State Council convened a total of 6 times
1906-1535
All written law for the State of Brunei enacted and printed in English
1936
The State Council also approved General Tariff Order ' and Import and export modified under the customs tax laws 1906,
as well as orders for registration of users of Opium under the Opium Law of 1932
1938-1942
A number of laws enacted this year is not as important as most of it revolves around to amendments of the law
1942-1945
The State Council will not work because the legislation was taken over by the Japanese army
1946
After the end of World War II, the State Council created again and was held by 6 times and 3 of law has been approved
1952
Direct involvement of His Majesty Paduka Seri Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzadin Waddaulah
ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Haji Omar ' Ali Saifuddien Sa'adul Khairi Waddien in legislation
1958
A number of laws adopted in the United Kingdom, Malaya and Sarawak have been modified to practice
in the State of Brunei Darussalam
1959
An event which is very important for a spectrum of Brunei Darussalam already exists, a written Constitution has been sealed
between the Government of Brunei with the British Government known as the "Constitution of 1959 for the State of Brunei"
1962
District elections were held to choose 55 members of the State Council
districts in the four districts
1963
The State Council set up again by contains 35 members
1964
A White Paper (Kertas Putih) containing proposals for establishing the system of the Ministry, to replace the Privy Council States
had presented and approved by the State Council State that contains all members appointed
1983
Procedure form the Legislative Council has been used up until the year 1983
1971
A change in the Constitution of 1959 was made which the British Government had not yet involved in the Affairs of the administration
of the State Government of Brunei
1979
Constitutional Development is a very important agreement between the Government of Brunei Darussalam with the British Government
1984
Brunei Darussalam has been admitted as a member of the 159th United Nations Official
2005
The building of the Legislative Council of Brunei were built
2007
The opening of the Special Meeting of the Legislative Council in the new building Council Hall (Dewan Majlis)

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