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Governorates Of Jordan
Jordan
Jordan
is divided into twelve governorates (muhafazah ) by the administrative divisions system of the Ministry of Interior. In 1994, four new governorates were created: Jerash
Jerash
, Ajloun
Ajloun
, Madaba
Madaba
and Aqaba . Jerash
Jerash
Governorate and Ajloun
Ajloun
Governorate were split from Irbid Governorate , Madaba
Madaba
Governorate was split from Amman
Amman
Governorate and Aqaba
Aqaba
Governorate was split from Ma\'an Governorate . Governorates are further subdivided into districts (liwa) and often into sub-districts (qda)
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Jerash
Coordinates : 32°16′20.21″N 35°53′29.03″E / 32.2722806°N 35.8913972°E / 32.2722806; 35.8913972 Jerash جرش Gerasa (Ancient Greek) City The Roman city of Gerasa and the modern Jerash
Jerash
(in the background)
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Faisal Al-Fayez
FAISAL AL-FAYEZ (Arabic : فيصل الفايز‎) (born 1952 in Amman) was the Prime Minister of Jordan from 25 October 2003 to 6 April 2005. He took office following the resignation of Ali Abu al-Ragheb . He resigned after being criticized for not being reformist enough. He previously served as Defence Minister and is close to the king . He was educated at the College De La Salle , Amman , Jordan
Jordan
(1970) and then went on to Cardiff University
Cardiff University
, United Kingdom where he received a degree in Political Science in 1978. In 1981, he did a master\'s degree in international relations in Boston University in the United States
United States
. CONTENTS * 1 Political experience * 2 Personal life * 3 See also * 4 References * 5 External links POLITICAL EXPERIENCE This article IS IN A LIST FORMAT THAT MAY BE BETTER PRESENTED USING PROSE
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Jordanian House Of Representatives
The HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF JORDAN is the lower house of the Jordanian parliament which, along with the Senate , composes the legislature of Jordan
Jordan
. REFERENCES * ^ "World Factbook: Jordan", U.S. Central Intelligence Agency This Jordan
Jordan
-related article is a stub . You can help by expanding it . * v * t * e Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jordanian_House_of_Representatives additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy .® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc
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Hani Al-Mulki
HANI FAWZI AL-MULKI (also known as Hani Mulki; Arabic : هاني الملقي‎; Hāni Al-Mulki; born 15 October 1951) is the current Prime Minister of Jordan , he served as interim between 29 May 2016 and 25 September 2016, until the Jordanian general election, 2016
Jordanian general election, 2016
were concluded. Previously Al-Mulki held several ministerial and diplomatic positions, and he was Chief Commissioner of the Aqaba Special
Special
Economic Zone Authority before his designation as Prime Minister by King Abdullah II . CONTENTS * 1 Early life * 2 Career * 3 Honours * 4 References * 5 External links EARLY LIFEBorn in Amman
Amman
in 1951, Mulki received a bachelor's degree in production engineering in Egypt
Egypt
in 1974 and pursued his Masters and Doctoral degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
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List Of Presidents Of The Senate Of Jordan
LIST OF PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE OF JORDAN. Below is a list of office-holders from 1947: NAME ENTERED OFFICE LEFT OFFICE Tawfik Abu al-Huda
Tawfik Abu al-Huda
October 20, 1947 May 30, 1951 Ibrahim Hashem September 1, 1951 October 31, 1955 Samir Rifai
Samir Rifai
1955 1957 Sa\'id al-Mufti November 1, 1957 November 23, 1974 Bahjat Talhouni December 1, 1974 January 20, 1981 Ahmad al-Tarawneh January 20, 1983 January 10, 1984 Ahmad al-Lawzi January 11, 1984 June 7, 1997 Zaid al-Rifai 1997 2009 Taher Nashat al-Masri December 27, 2009 October 24, 2013 Abdelraouf al-Rawabdeh October 24, 2013 October 25, 2015 Faisal al-Fayez October 25, 2015 Incumbent Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Presidents_of_the_Senate_of_Jordan additional terms may apply
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Mafraq
MAFRAQ (Arabic : المفرق‎ Al-Mafraq, local dialects: Mafrag or Mafra' , "crossroads") is the capital city of Mafraq Governorate in Jordan
Jordan
, located 80 km to the north from the capital Amman
Amman
in crossroad to Syria
Syria
to the north and Iraq
Iraq
to the east. It has 58,954 inhabitants (2000). CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Geography * 3 Transport * 4 Education * 5 See also * 6 References * 7 External links HISTORY The historic city of Umm el-Jimal
Umm el-Jimal
The Martyr's Memorial in Mafraq
Mafraq
Prisoners of war being escorted to the military base in Mafraq
Mafraq
in 1948 Mafraq
Mafraq
was first settled in the 4th century BC. It is located about 17 km west from the historic Nabataean and Byzantine town of Umm el-Jimal , which was built in the 1st century
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Hani Al-Mulki's Second Cabinet
King Abdullah II of Jordan tasked the prime minister Hani Al-Mulki
Hani Al-Mulki
to reform the CABINET after the Jordanian general election, 2016
Jordanian general election, 2016
on 20 September 2016. The new cabinet consisted of 29 ministers, among which were two women. The new cabinet was sworn in by King Abdullah II on 28 September 2016. the three deputies kept their positions: Nasser Judeh : Deputy Prime Minister in addition to Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Mohammad Thneibat : Deputy Prime Minister for Services and Minister of Education, and Jawad Anani : Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs but he was assigned as a Minister of Investments instead of the Industry, Trade and Supply. On 15 January 2017 the cabinet saw a reshuffle, in which seven ministers left and five ministers joined
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Hussein Bin Abdullah, Crown Prince Of Jordan
HM Queen Noor Extended royal family * HRH Prince Hamzah HRH Princess Basmah * HRH Princess Haya * HRH Princess Zein * HRH Princess Noor * HRH Princess Badiya* HRH Prince Hashim HRH Princess Fahdah * HRH Princess Haalah * HRH Princess Rayet * HRH Princess Fatima * HRH Prince Hussein * HRH Princess Iman * HRH Princess Raiyah ------------------------- * HRH Princess Haya * HRH Prince Ali
Ali
HRH Princess Rym * HRH Princess Jalila * HRH Prince Abdullah-------------------------HRH Princess Muna * HRH Prince Faisal HRH Princess Zeina
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Abdullah II Of Jordan
HM Queen Noor Extended royal family * HRH Prince Hamzah HRH Princess Basmah * HRH Princess Haya * HRH Princess Zein * HRH Princess Noor * HRH Princess Badiya* HRH Prince Hashim HRH Princess Fahdah * HRH Princess Haalah * HRH Princess Rayet * HRH Princess Fatima * HRH Prince Hussein * HRH Princess Iman * HRH Princess Raiyah ------------------------- * HRH Princess Haya * HRH Prince Ali
Ali
HRH Princess Rym * HRH Princess Jalila * HRH Prince Abdullah-------------------------HRH
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Jordanian Senate
The SENATE OF JORDAN is the upper house of the Jordanian parliament which, along with the House of Representatives forms the legislature of Jordan
Jordan
. All the Senate members of the country are chosen by the king of Jordan
Jordan
in a royal decree, but must follow the terms from Constitution of Jordan
Jordan
. The Speaker of the Senate has a term of two years which can be renewed. A regular Member of the Senate though has a term of four years which can also be renewable as well. The meetings of the Senate are valid as long as everyone is there at the meeting. And the decisions they make are determined by the amount of votes they all are included in. Not including the Speaker. But if there is a tie in the votes the Speaker may take a vote. REFERENCES * ^ "World Factbook: Jordan", U.S. Central Intelligence Agency * ^ "About the Senate". THE JORDANIAN SENATE THE HASEMITE KINGDOM OF JORDAN. Retrieved 21 March 2017
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Atef Tarawneh
ATEF TARAWNEH (born 1954) has been the Speaker of Jordan
Jordan
's House of Representatives since 3 November 2013. POLITICAL CAREERTarawneh was part of the 14th, 15th, and 16th Parliaments, serving in the House of Representatives. He also served as Deputy Speaker of the House at one point. In February 2011, while he was Deputy Speaker, he criticized the government's decision to strip Jordanian citizenship from some Jordanians with Palestinian origin on claims that it supported the Palestinian people and their goal of a state. The idea behind the government policy was said to be to protect the Palestinian identity. Tarawneh revealed that several high-ranking Palestinian leaders and negotiators had received Jordanian citizenship during the same period. He claimed that the policy was contradictory and that it undermined national unity. Tarawneh led the party Nation List in the Jordanian general election in 2013
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List Of Diplomatic Missions In Jordan
This is a LIST OF DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS IN JORDAN . At present, the capital of Amman
Amman
hosts 68 embassies. Several other countries have ambassadors accredited from other regional capitals. Honorary Consulates are excluded from this listing
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Moab
MOAB (/ˈmoʊæb/ ; Moabite : 𐤌𐤀𐤁 _mʾb_; Arabic : مؤاب‎‎ _muʾāb_; Hebrew : מוֹאָב‎, Modern _mo'av_, Tiberian _mōʾāḇ_; Ancient Greek : Μωάβ _Mōáb_; Assyrian _Mu'aba_, _Ma'ba_, _Ma'ab_; Egyptian _Mu'ab_) is the historical name for a mountainous tract of land in Jordan . The land lies alongside much of the eastern shore of the Dead Sea . The existence of the KINGDOM OF MOAB is attested to by numerous archaeological findings, most notably the Mesha Stele , which describes the Moabite victory over an unnamed son of King Omri of Israel . The Moabite capital was Dibon . According to the Hebrew Bible , Moab was often in conflict