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Jordan: A Democratic Audit

Acronyms and List of Interviews

Dr. Adli Hawwari


Acronyms and Abbreviations

ACC = Anti-Corruption Commission in Jordan

AFP = Agence France-Presse (French News Agency)

AI = Amnesty International

AVC = Audio-Visual Commission in Jordan

CDFJ = Centre for Defending Freedom of Journalists in Jordan

CEDAW = Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women

CSO = Civil Society Organisation

CSS = Centre for Strategic Studies in Jordan

DFLP = Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine

EIU = Economist Intelligence Unit

FDW = Foreign Domestic Workers

FH = Freedom House

GCC = Gulf Cooperation Council

GDP = Gross Domestic Product

GNP = Gross National Product

Hamas = Islamic Resistance Movement in Palestine

HoD = House of Deputies (Lower house of Jordanian parliament)

HoN = House of Notables (Senate; upper house of Jordanian parliament)

HRW = Human Rights Watch

IAF = Islamic Action Front Party in Jordan

ICC = International Criminal Court

IDEA = International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance

IMF = International Monetary Fund

JD = Jordanian Dīnār (Jordan’s currency: US$1.3)

JPA = Jordanian Press Association

MB = Muslim Brothers Society

MDW = Migrant and Domestic Workers

MP = Member of Parliament

NSP = National Socialist Party in Jordan (1950s)

PFLP = Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine

PLO = Palestine Liberation Organisation

PM = Prime Minister

UNSC = United Nations Security Council


List of Interviews

Taher al-Masri (4 January 2009)

Abd al-Latif ‛Arabiyyat (7 June 2009)

Hammam Sa‛id (13 April 2008)

Hamza Mansour (20 November 2010)

Zaki Bani Irshaid (14 April 2008)

Ibrahim Zaid al-Kilani (16 March 2010)

Asma Khader (19 April 2008)

Na’ela al-Rashdan (13 June 2009)

Toujan Faysal (6 June 2009)

Adab al-Su‛ud (7 June 2009)

Rohile Gahraybeh, (8 April 2010)

Samih al-Ma‛ayta (23 June 2009)

Hayfa’ al-Bashir (24 June 2009)

Nawal al-Fa‛ouri (9 March 2010)

Hayat al-Msaimi (25 March 2010)

‛Abla Abu ‛Elbeh (11 November 2010)

Emily Nafa‛ (18 November 2010)

‛Abed Shakhanbeh (25 March 2010)

‛Azzam al-Hunaidy (23 March 2010)

Heyam Damra (7 April 2008)

Fahd al-Rimawi (14 April 2008)

Ahmad Ismail Nofal (23 April 2008)

Wahdan ‛Iwais (8 June 2009)


Adli Hawwari (2020). Reluctant Liberalisation: A Democratic Auditzzzzz of Jordan, 1989-2019. London: Ud Al -Nad Ltd.

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