Amiri decree

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The Amiri Decree is the decree of an Emir or his representatives (Arabic: المرسوم الأميري), generally in Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.

See for example:

  1. Amiri Decree Law No. 13 of 1984 (Bahrain), establishing a High Counsel for Labour Services1
  2. Amiri Decree No. 11/1999 (Qatar) forming a Constitution Drafting Committee2
  3. Amiri Decree No. 3 of 1988 as amended by the Amiri Decree No. 3 of 1996 (Ajman, UAE) creating and granting autonomous status to the Ajman Free Zone3

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