Lawmakers laud suspension of house arrest policy

[12-01-2022 11:39 AM]

Ammon News - The Lower House's Freedom and Human Rights Committee Tuesday applauded a decision by Interior Minister Mazen Faraya to suspend police surveillance and house arrest for three months, with the exception of some cases that are deemed dangerous.

The lawmakers also noted the great efforts of the ministry and security services over the tribal "Jalwa Document", the forced relocation of a killer's family, which, they said, largely helped many people to return to their homes.

The committee members met the minister to discuss a number of matters related to administrative detention, including the value of bail for administrative detainees and procedures by administrative governors in this respect.

Committee head MP Abdullah Abu Zaid said that the panel is about to sign a plea for a general amnesty for crimes in which personal civil claims have been dropped. He said that Jordan is living a defining and historical moment, which requires a review of civil rights legislation and regulations.

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