Most importantly, the fourth article of this document established several governmental bodies, which included the Consultative Council, Administrative Councils, District Councils, and Village and Tribal Councils.
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.
introduce modern constitutionalism into the Kingdom; however, this attempt did not go beyond the proposal phase.
However, many of the country's government ministries, agencies and welfare administrations were developed during King Fisal's reign (1964-1975); the Ministry of Justice is a case in point, having been established by King Faisal in 1970.
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.