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Education in Bahrain

Education in Bahrain

OFFICIAL NAME: Al Bahrayn

CAPITAL CITY: al-Manama

POPULATION: 726,000 (Source: COUNTRYaah)

AREA: 688 km²

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE (S): Arabic, English, Farsi, Urdu

RELIGION: Shia Muslims 70%, Sunni Muslims 25%, Others 5%

COIN: bahraini dinar

CURRENCY CODE: BHD

ENGLISH NAME: State of Bahrain

INDEPENDENCE: 1971

POPULATION COMPOSITION: Bahraini 63%, other Arabs 10%, Iranians 8%, Indians, Pakistanis and 19%

GDP PER residents: $ 23,000 (2005)

LIFE EXPECTANCY: men 73 years, women 76 years (2005)

INDEX OF LIVING CONDITIONS, HDI: 0.846

INDEX OF LIVING CONDITIONS, POSITION: 43

INTERNET DOMAIN NAME: .bh

Bahrain, archipelago in the Persian Gulf midway between Strait of Hormuz and Kuwait, 25 km from Saudi Arabia. It is an ancient cultural society, strategically located between ancient Mesopotamia and the Indus culture. Since the oil discovery in 1932, the country has undergone extensive modernization and economic development.

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Bahrain - Constitution

The Constitution is from 2002, and with the introduction the emirate was abolished. The executive power rests with a prime minister and a government appointed by the king. Legislative power is vested in a two-chamber parliament, an Majlis al-Shura advisory house with 40 members appointed by the king - of which (in 2005) are six women - and a lower house, the Chamber of Deputies, with 40 members directly elected. election for four years. Political parties are banned, but politically engaged associations are allowed.

 
 
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