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The Jordanians are eagerly waiting for the general amnesty law, which is due to be ratified on Tuesday by the Jordanian Senate after receiving the approval of the House of Representatives. The decree will enter into force after it has been approved by the king of the country and published in the Official Gazette.
The general amnesty law to be enacted in Jordan during the hours covers a wide range of crimes and misdemeanors, some of which are committed without the requirement of personal rights, such as crimes of defamation, defamation, defamation, violation of residence laws and other violations of the Traffic and Drugs Law. According to various Jordanian media.
The prospective amnesty also includes the requirement that it be combined with the removal of personal rights or similar crimes such as murder, attempted murder and causing death.
Crimes that would not be covered by the amnesty law were spearheaded by crimes against state security, currency counterfeiting, and assaults on supply and rape.
In the details, the amnesty included crimes of slander, slander and abuse in the penal and cyber crimes, threats and extortion laws, crimes committed in violation of the Residence and Foreigners Act, with an opportunity to rectify the situation for 180 days and fines for violation of income tax, general sales tax and customs.
In addition to all types of traffic violations and fines related to traffic law, and "some" drug offenses included in the Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Law on Abuse and Possession "for use only", with the exception of certain articles of the law.
The amnesty law contains some crimes which, if accompanied by an amnesty, entail the removal of the personal right or the payment of the principal of the amount claimed or the amount awarded, even if the judgment acquires a peremptory degree, the most important of which is the crime of murder and attempted murder, causing death and beatings. In addition to the offense of felony provided for in Article 338 of the Penal Code.
Fraud, fraud, credit fraud, fraudulent bankruptcy, fraud, credit fraud, fraud, perjury, and false truth.
It should be noted that in addition to the killings stipulated in articles 327 and 328 of the Penal Code, the deputies agreed to include amnesty for only paragraphs 1 and 3 of Article 327, which are related to those sentenced to life imprisonment for intentional murder in the event of their commission, in preparation for a felony or facilitation or execution thereof, The instigators, the perpetrators or the perpetrators of the offense, or to prevent them from punishment, or if the murder was committed against more than one person.
With regard to crimes, the amnesty also included provisions to reduce the sentence if the personal right to some murders was dropped by half the penalty. If the penalty was "death", the penalty would be reduced to 15 years.
The crimes that will not be covered by the amnesty law begin with crimes against the security of the state, associations of bad guys and illegal associations, espionage crimes stipulated in some articles of the State Secrets and Documents Protection Act, as well as violations of duties except articles 170 and 176 of the Penal Code Called on the deputies to include in the amnesty the provisions of Articles 170 and 176 of the Penal Code to request and accept gifts and promises and to obtain ex gratia benefits by officials and officials.
As well as "crimes against the public authority". The provisions of the articles include acts of resisting the employee's implementation of the applicable laws or regulations or the suspension of legitimate work, while the deputies approved the "amnesty" for offenses of assault on public roads, transportation and industrial works.
The amnesty law also forbids the use of all criminals of criminal theft and robbery provided for in some articles of the Penal Code, such as bank fraud, crimes related to prescribed offenses, and "criminal" offenses.
As well as the offenses of assault on the offer, which include rape, indecent assault and criminal abduction provided for in Articles 292-302 of the Penal Code.
The amnesty also excluded the offenses stipulated in some articles of the Military Penal Code, after the deputies decided to include article 19 and article 20, paragraph b, of the list covered by the amnesty provisions.
The exception to the amnesty includes crimes committed contrary to the provisions of the laws: the trial of ministers, economic crimes or any offense against which it is based, the prevention and initiation of terrorism, certain articles of the Integrity and Anti-Corruption Act, articles 3 and 4 of AML / 11 of the Firearms and Ammunition Act and 12 of the Crackers Act.
Slavery offenses were also exempt from amnesty as provided for in Article 5 of the Abolition of Slavery Act and human trafficking provided for in Article 3 of the Prevention of Human Trafficking Act, except for exploitation offenses related to the removal of organs if for the benefit of one of the assets or branches of the complainant, Contained in articles 368-373, forgery 265 of the Penal Code, and criminal theft provided for in articles 400-405 of the Penal Code if it is not repeated for any of the said crimes. Punishment was also denied to perpetrators of crimes on water and electricity lines. The law noted that bills of exchange were not covered by the amnesty
According to the law that will be implemented from the date of its publication in the official gazette, the detainees and convicted persons who are covered by its rulings will be released by order of the Public Prosecution to the competent authorities. In cases that are still pending before the courts or the public prosecution or any other body, And the law should not affect the validity of the provisions and decisions that were implemented before the provisions of the law came into effect.
The draft law exempts criminal and criminal offenses, offenses and criminal acts that occurred before the King directed the Government to issue the law on 12 January 2018. A general exemption so that the state of criminality would disappear from its foundation and erase any of its consequences under the legislation in force. Original or consequential damages relating to any such offenses.