The Current Situation:
Jordan has a legislative, institutional, and procedural system in place to advance in implementing this commitment, which can be built upon to develop common principles governing the issue of paying compensation to those affected by acts of corruption. The process governed by the legislative and institutional system is summarized in the following basic principles:
-The existence of a cooperation agreement with the affected country, ratified in accordance with the constitutional procedures, in order to implement the penal and civil provisions, including the payment of compensation.
-The determination of the right to obtain compensation arising from damages resulting from acts of corruption is within the powers of the judiciary and it is governed by the constitutional and legislative principles that will be mentioned later in this item.
-The presence of assets/funds for the people involved (accused of corruption in the affected country) in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for the purposes of implementing them, and then enabling the affected party to obtain compensation from those funds.
-The right to resort to the judiciary is a sacred right guaranteed by the Jordanian Constitution, and therefore every person has the right to resort to the judiciary as being harmed to claim compensation for corruption damages in accordance with the general principles, and for the judiciary to rule on the matter based on evidence.
-In the event that the aggrieved party obtains a judicial decision from the foreign country, he or she is entitled to request that a foreign ruling to be granted the national character for the purposes of its implementation within the Kingdom, subject to the legal provisions contained in the Jordanian legislation.
1.Establish the right to resort to the Jordanian authorities to demand people involved in corruption and those causing harm and thus compensation, based on a bilateral cooperation agreement by developing (an appendix / appendices) for it that includes an updated and updated version of the principles referred to in the table (regarding the current situation) in line with good practices subject to The constitutional principles of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the principles of sovereignty.
2.The initiative of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to propose the establishment of a relevant international working group with the aim of: laying the foundations and common principles between them, which requires cooperation and mutual trust on a basis of reciprocity.
3.Develop a comprehensive practical and procedural guide that includes all relevant constitutional, legal and institutional principles as well as the procedures to be followed in the process of implementing compensation payment to ensure: integrity and transparency of implementation.
4. Create / develop / amend legislative texts that explicitly include procedures for:
-Determining the right to compensation for damage resulting from acts of corruption, as well as the affected country (affected individuals), by resorting to the competent Jordanian authorities based on bilateral agreements.
-Mutual legal assistance in terms of its mechanisms, conditions, and inclusiveness in accordance with the ratified agreements.
– Measures to pay compensation to those affected by the money, assets or returns of those causing corruption in a safe, fair and transparent manner.
-Observe the rights of others in good faith, whatever his nationality.
5. Amending the legislation related to seizure, confiscation, custody, and management of assets and funds that will be implemented in a manner that permits these procedures before a judgment or order of execution is issued to ensure that there is no evasion or disposal of funds, including:
Amending the Integrity and Anti-Corruption Law.
-The Code of Criminal Procedure.