Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan, Deputy Chief of Dubai Police, published a picture of Dubai in 1980 and compared it to what the city looks like now in 2022.
For our young people to know what Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid did in Dubai, just let him look at the history of this picture. And that’s enough..God be praised..Lord suffered his mistake and lead him to what he loves and is happy with. https://t.co/jKbGs8LCrH
This came in a tweet from Khalfan on his official Twitter page, where he commented: “For our young people to know what Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid did in Dubai, just let him see the story of this picture.
It is noteworthy that the UAE Cabinet approved the budget for the years 2022-2026, while allocating the bulk of next year’s budget spending to the development sector and social services to raise living standards in the country.
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In a statement to the Emirates News Agency, the government agreed to approve the budget for the years 2022-2026 with a total of 290 billion dirhams ($ 78.96 billion).
While the federal government in the budget for 2022 specified expenditures of approximately 59 billion dirhams, with development and social benefits making up the largest share of 41.2%, while the other shares are distributed as follows:
The education sector with a percentage of 16.3 per cent.
Social Affairs by 6%.
The health is 8.4%.
Pensions of 8.2%
-Other services, not specified in the inventory, by 2.6%
Infrastructure and financial resources by 3.8%