Oman succession: Small pool of potential successors to Sultan Qaboos

Oman: Al-Said family tree previewAs Sultan Qaboos Bin Said Al-Said advances in age, the question of who will succeed becomes ever more pressing. Oman does have a system in place, but it is complex, and untransparent; it is possible that the sultan will prefer at some point to publicly designate an heir.

Originally publised in an October 2013 issue of GSN, this report includes a two-page analysis article and a half-page Al-Said family tree.

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