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Jordan’s Tripartite Reform: A Critical and Analytical Examination of the 2022 Reforms

Mohammad Saleh Bani Issa1 & Sayel Zaki Khataybeh2


The study’s goal is to provide insights into the factors that influenced decision-making and determined the nature of comprehensive reforms, as well as to examine the specific changes that have been implemented in various aspects of the country’s political, economic, and administrative systems, and to identify the motivations behind Jordan’s significant reforms. The study focuses on Jordan’s overall development and its implications for the country’s long-term viability. It employed descriptive-analytical, institutional, and decision-making methodologies in its research methodology. It shows how political, economic, and administrative developments are inextricably linked to Jordan’s stability and future prospects. It demonstrated the importance of comprehensive modernization, development, and administrative tracks for Jordan’s long-term sustainability and existence. It is covered that one of the most important levers for the success of Jordan’s comprehensive reforms is the availability of political will, starting at the top of the political system with His Majesty King Abdullah II, who was the first supporter of these reforms and the primary guarantee of their viability. The study concludes that thorough reform procedures, a clear national strategy, precise legislative translation, and reorganization of societal institutions are all required.

Keywords: Reforms, Political Participation, Women & Youth empowerment, Development, Jordan.