It also led in the execution of policies related to the national economy, education, social welfare, and most public affairs.
Most of the constitutional basics in the Kingdom were embedded in the Law of the Council of Ministers.
introduce modern constitutionalism into the Kingdom; however, this attempt did not go beyond the proposal phase.
In 1927, the "Commission on Inspection and Reform," a committee which was tasked with reviewing the administrative system, was formed by order of Abdul-Aziz.
Recommending courses of action for administrative reform, the commission sent a proposal for a new statute of the Consultative Council that was approved by Abdul-Aziz in July, 1927.
The government has pledged to eradicate poverty, but it is a difficult and long-term undertaking made all the more complex by a rapidly growing population and a paucity of jobs.
He currently serves as a Senior Fellow at the Homeland Security Policy Institute (HSPI) of George Washington University, and a Senior Research Fellow at the Arabian Peninsula & Gulf Studies Program (APAG) of the University of Virginia.
in Islamic legal studies in 1990 from King Abdul-Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He taught Islamic Studies for several years at King Abdul-Aziz University. His work has influenced countries' legislation, executive policy, and judicial decisions. Ansary's expertise lies in the fields of: national security law and policy, anti-terrorism legislations, human rights law, international law, and Islamic law and legal systems.
in Islamic Shari'ah with Honors from Umm al-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia. degree from Harvard Law School, and continued as a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School for the academic year 2000-2001. Ansary received his Doctor of Juridical Science (S. D.) degree from the University of Virginia School of Law. Ansary provides legal consultancy and expertise to several branches of the U. government, commissions, federal courts, law firms and scholarly communities, and has been a member of several task forces charged with reviewing key issues related to homeland security. Ansary gave several presentations and speeches on various issues within his practice area, and authored or co-authored several congressional reports, published articles, and papers on the law and/or practice of foreign jurisdictions, national security law and policy, anti-terrorism legislation, human rights, and Islamic law and legal systems in national and international journals and newspapers.
He succeeded not only in unifying the country, but also in proving the credibility of the Islamic solution and demonstrating its validity for his time and all times.