King issues Executive Statute for Allegiance Commission

الاثنين 1428/9/26 هـ الموافق 2007/10/08 م واس
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Makkah, October 8, SPA -- The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has issued the executive statute for the system of the Allegiance Commission.
The first article of the executive statute:


"One of the sons of the deceased, who may be disinterested or who is unable in line with a medical report, from the sons of King Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman Al-Faisal Al-Saud - the Founder (of the Kingdom), to be appointed as a member at the allegiance commission in line with the following:


Firstly: 1- The King asks the sons of the deceased member of the Commission or who is unable from those who have reached the age of 17 to nominate two or three of them for the membership of the commission.
The sons of the deceased or who is unable from the sons of the sons nominate one of them to participate in naming the nominees for the commission's membership. They should name the nominees within 15 days from receiving the nomination request.
In case of the expiry of the deadline without naming one of he nominees, then, the King has the right to appoint whom he may view as suitable for the commission's membership.
The Commission's Secretary General will prepare a report in this respect.
2- The King will ask one of the sons of King Abdulaziz or sons of the sons to nominate three of the sons of the deceased or who is unable in line with a medical report to name one of them for the membership of the commission. The King has the right to refer the nomination to one of the sons of the Founder to name one of the three nominees for the commission's membership.
3- In all cases, the King names one of the sons of the deceased, who is disinterested or who is unable for the membership of the commission.
Secondly: Whoever is disinterested from the sons of the Founder to be a member of the Allegiance Commission, he should inform the King in writing and nominate one of his sons for the commission's membership. If his notice does not include nomination of one of his sons to the Commission's membership or if the King does not accept who may be nominated, then an appointment will take place in line with what is stipulated in paragraph (Firstly) in this article.
These rules are valid for sons of sons.


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