The Parliament’s Role in the Political Reformation in Performing the Directives of the King in the Arab Spring Era in Jordan
The goal of this study is to get to understand the role of the parliament in the political reformation due to the directives of the King in the Arab Spring era in Jordan for the years 2011-2013, where the changes that were witnessed by the Arab region due to revolutions (which was named the Arab Spring in the Arab Region). It ended the studies to a sum of conclusions such as that Jordan is moving in steady steps towards political reformation, activating democracy, activating institutions of civil society and activating the Partisans’ movements.
The study also recommended the necessity of developing and strengthening the Jordanian House of Representatives constitutionally by giving it more permission and that is after developing and reforming a modern electoral law that goes along with the 2011 developments which are the beginning of the Arab Spring obtaining a political board consisting of modern parties of whom are not members or social characters (Clans), the thing which is expected to develop politics in Jordan.
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