Review of Human Rights under the Jordanian Constitution

Shadi Adnan Alshdaifat


This review aims to measure the reality of human rights under the Jordanian Constitution; human rights in Jordan are improving, since Jordan is considered one of the most democratic States in the Middle East. Human rights remain a subject of concern inside and outside any State. The review also intent to identify the Jordanian history, a review of its governmental structure, and the 1952 revision of the Jordanian Constitution with particular reference to human rights provisions. In addition to that, the review point to identify and analyze the Constitutionally-guaranteed human rights under the Jordanian Constitution. Jordan was one of the first States in the Middle East to establish a national human rights institution (NHRI) such as, The National Centre for Human Rights (NCHR), for that reason, the review will deliver in details the human rights institutions and the emergence of human rights in Jordan. The review also addresses the major International Conventions to which Jordan is a party.

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