Jordanians mostly unhappy with justice system — report

published in 10.2017 by The Jordan Times Jordanians mostly unhappy with justice system — report

By Rana Husseini

AMMAN — A local study on Jordanians’ satisfaction with the justice system indicated that over 50 per cent of those surveyed had stalled cases at Jordanian courts.

Meanwhile, 33 per cent of the surveyed individuals said they suffered “from dangers and difficulties, at least once, when they tried to solve a problem within the justice system”.

The findings were announced during the launch of a report titled “Justice Needs and Satisfaction in Jordan: Legal problems in daily life” on Monday.

The study, which surveyed 6,000 people across Jordan including 600 Syrian refugees, was conducted by HiiL Innovating Justice in cooperation with The Arab Renaissance Organisation for Democracy and Development (ARDD) and supported by the foreign ministry of The Netherlands.

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