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Premier receives Al Rai Studies Centre annual report

By JT - Sep 14,2015 - Last updated at Sep 14,2015

Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour receives an annual report produced by Al Rai Studies Centre from Jordan Press Foundation’s Chairman Ramadan Rawashdeh in Amman on Monday (Petra photo)

AMMAN — Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour on Monday received a copy of a report that is prepared annually by Al Rai Centre for Studies, titled: “Jordan in a year”, which features a comprehensive review of the performance of different government institutions in 2014. 

The report presents in-depth readings of the problems and challenges facing the Kingdom at the political level, both internally and externally, as well as at the economic and social levels, shedding light on the relation between the government and the community.

It also deals with the state of the media and education in Jordan, especially in 2014. 

In its fourth edition, issued this year, the report makes an attempt at analysing the impact of developments at the Arab, regional and global levels and their repercussions on Jordan.  It also puts forward proposals that can help bring about desired change. 

The report was handed to the premier by Chairman of the Jordan Press Foundation (Al Rai) Ramadan Rawashdeh, in the presence of Al Rai’s Chief Editor Tareq Momani, and the newspaper’s director general, Farid Silwani. 

At the meeting, Ensour commended the report and Al Rai’s efforts, highlighting its importance for decision makers,  according to Petra. 


The JPF, which houses Al Rai Studies Centre, is the publisher of Al Rai and The Jordan Times daily newspapers. 

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