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House of Representatives of Jordan

مجلس النواب

Majlis Al-Nuwaab
18th Parliament of Jordan
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Lower house of the Parliament of Jordan
Term limits
4 years
History
FoundedJanuary 1, 1952 (1952-01-01)
Leadership
Abdel-Karim Deghmi, Independent
since 15 November 2021
Structure
Seats138
House of Representatives makeup
Political groups
  •   Islamic Action Front (5)
  •   Islamic Centrist Party (5)
  •   Jordanian United Front Party (1)
  •   National Loyalty Party (1)
  •   Independent (118)
Elections
Open list proportional representation (15 seats reserved for women, nine for Christians, and three for Chechens and Circassians)
Last election
10 November 2020
Next election
2024 or earlier
Meeting place
Al-Abdali, Amman
Website
www.parliament.jo

The House of Representatives of Jordan is the elected lower house of the Jordanian parliament which, along with the Senate, composes the legislature of Jordan.[1]

The presiding officer is the speaker

See also

References

  1. ^ "World Factbook: Jordan", U.S. Central Intelligence Agency