Welcoming Secretary general of the Union of Arab Jurists UAJ Shabib Maliki and members of the union, he said the Arab Spring was a blessing as it came to prove that the Arabs are a vibrant nation, but at the same time it brought chaos and instability.
What does UAJ stand for?
UAJ stands for Union of Arab Jurists (Iraq)
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- Unified Automated Information System (Customs Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan)
- Universal Access in the Information Society (journal)
- Universal Automatic Identification System (ITU Rec. M.1371)
- Universal Automatic Identification System (US Coast Guard)
- University Administrative Information Services
- Utica Academy for International Studies (Sterling Heights, MI)
- User Account Information Tool
- University of Arizona Imaging Technology Laboratory
- Unattended Jammer
- Union Africaine de Judo (French: African Judo Union)
- Universal Audio Jack
- Ural-Altaische Jahrbücher (German: Ural-Altaic Yearbooks; language journal)
- Usugi Association of Japan
- Utah Association for Justice (American Association for Justice)
- University Area Joint Authority (Penn State)
- United Association of Journeymen & Apprentices of the Plumbing & Pipe Fitting Industry of the US and Canada
- Ukraine-Japan Center (Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine)
- Universidad Argentina John F Kennedy (university; Buenos Aires, Argentina)
- Universitas Atma Jaya Makassar (Indonesian: University of Atma Jaya Makassar)
- Universidad Autónoma Juan Misael Saracho (Spanish: Juan Misael Saracho Autonomous University; Bolivia)
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There is no mention of the Permanent Arab Commission on Human Rights (1969),(106) the Draft Declaration for an Arab Charter of Human Rights (1971),(107) or of the Draft Covenant on Human Rights produced by the Baghdad Conference of the Union of Arab Jurists in 1979.