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  1. Jordania - Derechos humanos - Ley

    Law No. 5 of 2016 Establishing the National Commission for the Implementation of International Humanitarian Law. - Legislation Online in Arabic

    Adopción: 2016-02-01 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 2016-02-01 | JOR-2016-L-105627

    The National Commission for the Implementation of International Humanitarian Lawو is established in Jordan, It possesses legal personality and administrative independence.
    The commission determines the general policy and national strategy approving plans and programmes for raising awareness of the principles of IHL at national level. Moreover, the Commission is tasked with exchanging information and expertise with national, Arab, regional and international organizations and commissions concerned with IHL and strengthening ties with them.
    The Law reads that the Commission is composed by representatives of the Prime minister, the Ministries of Defense, Justice, Foreign Affairs, Interior, Education, Health, the House of representative, the Senate, the President of the Jordanian Red Crescent, as well as 4 experts appointed by the chairman.

  2. Jordania - Derechos humanos - Ley

    Political Parties Law (Law No.32, 1992). - Unofficial English translation on-line

    Adopción: 1992-08-23 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 1992-09-01 | JOR-1992-L-31289

    Institutes political pluralism. A party is defined as any constitutional and lawful political organization composed of Jordanians whose aim is to participate in political affairs and to achieve specific political, economic and social objectives by legitimate and peaceful means. Provides for party registration procedures and conditions. Repeals the Political Parties Act, 1955 (No.15).

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