24 / 1 / 2024 

The Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Independent Election Commission, Eng. Musa Al-Maaytah, met today, Wednesday, the students in the senior leadership course at the Royal Police Academy, as part of a series of meetings launched by the Public Security Directorate to enhance communication with partners in national institutions.

During the meeting, which was attended by the Assistant Director of Public Security for Traffic and Foreigners Affairs, and a large number of senior commanders, directors and officers, Al-Maaytah gave a lecture that addressed the work of the Commission, the laws regulating it, and its constitutional responsibilities in managing and supervising electoral processes with transparency, integrity and impartiality.

Al-Maaytah stressed the importance of the partnership with the Public Security Directorate, and coordination between the Commission and the Directorate regarding maintaining the security and safety of the electoral process, appreciating the great role played by Public Security personnel in preserving rights and freedoms.

The chairman indicated that the Independent Election Commission is working to implement the vision of the Jordanian state in political reform, empower youth and women, enhance their participation in political life, and integrate them into dialogue and public work, to consolidate work on a set of national priorities and concepts, the most important of which are democracy, partisan work, and the rule of law, Political participation, national identity, human rights, and respect for opinions and other opinions.

During the meeting, Al-Maaytah reviewed the most prominent amendments to the electoral and party laws, especially with regard to the number of seats allocated to women, the general list, and linking the place of residence to the polling place for the local district, adding that the cooperation of the Independent Election Commission with the Ministry of Digital Economy and the Civil Status Department, to launch the service of changing the electoral district For those allowed by law to change their electoral district.

At the end of the meeting, a discussion took place during which Al-Maaita answered questions and inquiries from the audience.