Government in Syria

Government in Syria

Government - Government in Syria
Government - Government of Syria
Syrian Arab Republic
الجمهورية العربية السورية
Al-Jumhūrīyah Al-ʻArabīyah As-Sūrīyah
MOFA Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
MOC Syrian Ministry of Culture
Tourism Syrian Ministry of Tourism
Parliament Syrian Parliament
Syrian Ministry - Syrian Ministry of Awkkaf and Islamic Affairs
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Government has limited control across the country. Because the Syrian civil war in 2015
Government - Unitary dominant party
Semi-presidential republic
President is : Bashar al-Assad (2015) - Who is the President of Syria ?
Prime Minister : Wael Nader al-Halqi (2015)
Speaker of the People's Council : Mohammad Jihad al-Laham (2015)
Legislature People's Council (2015)
Establishment of Syria
Proclamation of Arab Kingdom of Syria 8 March 1920
The State of Syria was established under French Mandate 1 December 1924
The Syrian Republic was established by merger of States of Jabal Druze, Alawites and Syria in 1930.
The Independence was in 24 October 1945 when Joined UN / French Mandate ended
The Last French troops leave 17 April 1946
Secession from the United Arab Republic in 28 September 1961
Ba'ath party takes power 8 March 1963
The Syrian constitution of 2012 transformed Syria into a semi-presidential republic. The constitutional right for individuals to be elected which do not form part of the National Progressive Front.
President - The President is Head of State and the Prime Minister is Head of Government.
Legislature - The legislature, the Peoples Council is the body responsible for passing laws, approving government appropriations and debating policy.
Prime Minister - In the event of a vote of no confidence by a simple majority, the Prime Minister is required to tender the resignation of their government to the President.
The executive branch consists of the president, two vice presidents, the prime minister, and the Council of Ministers (cabinet). The constitution requires the president to be a Muslim but does not make Islam the state religion.
The President of Syria is commander in chief of the Syrian armed forces. The Army of Syria includes around 400,000 troops upon mobilization. The military is a conscripted force; males serve in the military upon reaching the age of 18.
Al Assad National Library
Ministry of Agriculture y Agrarian Reform
Ministry of Economy y Foreign Trade
Ministry of Education - Education
Ministry of Industry
Ministry of Information
Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources
Ministry of Tourism
Ministry of Transportation
Syrian Arab News Agency
Embassy and consulates of Syria by Country
Embassy of Syria in Beijing, China (People's Republic)
Embassy de Syria of Washington, United States of America
Permanent Mission of Syria to the United Nations en New York
Politics and Elections in Syria
Syrian Social Nationalist Party SSNP
Syria - Suriyya - Language: Arabic -
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