3. The State shall ensure work and education within the limits of its possibilities, and shall ensure tranquility and equal opportunities to all Jordanians.
1. Personal freedom shall be guaranteed.
2. Every infringement on rights and public freedoms or the inviolability of the private life of Jordanians is a crime punishable by law.
1. No person may be seized, detained, imprisoned or the freedom thereof restricted except in accordance with the provisions of the law.
2. Every person seized, detained, imprisoned or the freedom thereof restricted should be treated in a manner that preserves human dignity; may not be tortured, in any manner, bodily or morally harmed; and may not be detained in other than the places permitted by laws; and every statement uttered by any person under any torture, harm or threat shall not be regarded.
2. No Jordanian may be prohibited from residing at any place; be prevented from movement; or be compelled to reside in a specified place, except in the circumstances prescribed by law.
Compulsory labour shall not be imposed on any person, but pursuant to law, work or service may be imposed on any person:
1.in a state of necessity, such as the state of war, the occurrence of a public danger, fire, flood, famine, earthquake, severe epidemic among humans or animals; or diseases of animals, insects, plants or any other similar disease, or in any other circumstances which might endanger the safety of the population, in whole or in part.
2.as a result of the conviction thereof by a court, provided that the work or service is performed under the supervision of an official authority; and provided that the convicted person shall not be hired to any persons, companies, societies or any public body, or be placed at their disposal.
1. Work is the right of all citizens, and the State shall avail it to Jordanians by directing and improving the national economy.
2. The State shall protect labour and enact legislation therefor based on the following principles:
a. Giving the worker a wage commensurate with the quantity and quality of his work.
b. Defining weekly work hours and granting workers weekly and annual paid rest days.
c. Specifying special compensation to workers supporting families and in the cases of dismissal, illness, disability and emergencies arising out of work.
d. Establishing special conditions for the work of women and juveniles.
e. Subjection of factories to health safeguards.
f. Free trade union within the limits of the law.Jordan Constitution
Article 279: Offences Relating to Marriage
A prison sentence for a period of one (1) to six (6) months shall be imposed upon any person who:
1. Knowingly performed, or assisted in performing, a marriage ceremony in contradiction with the provisions of the Family Rights Law, or any other law that applies to the spouses; or,
2. Marries a girl or, performed, or assisted in performing in any manner whatsoever, the marriage ceremony of a girl under fifteen (15) years of age; or,
3. Marries a girl, performed, or assisted in performing in any manner whatsoever, the marriage ceremony of a girl under eighteen (18) years of age, without having previously acknowledged that the guardian of the girl gave his consent to such a marriage.
Article 302: Abduction
Any person who abducts, by using a ruse or coercion, another person, whether male or female, and escapes with the abducted person to any place, shall be sentenced to:
1. A prison sentence of two (2) to three (3) years, if the abducted person is a male and has not reached fifteen (15) years of age;
2. Temporary hard labour, if the abducted person is a female;
3. Hard labour for a period of no less than five (5) years, if the abducted person was a married female who has reached, or not, fifteen (15) years of age;
4. Hard labour for a period of no less than ten (10) years, if the abducted person, male or female, was raped or attacked; 5. Hard labour for a period of no less than ten (10) years, if the abducted person was a married female, who has not reached fifteen (15) years of age, and who was sexually assaulted;
6. Hard labour for a period of no less than seven (7) years, if the abducted person was a married female, who has reached fifteen (15) years of age, and who was sexually assaulted.
Article 311: Coerced Debauchery
A prison sentence of one (1) to three (3) years shall be imposed upon any person who:
1. Leads or attempts to lead a woman by coercion or intimidation to have illegal sexual intercourse inside or outside the country;
2. Leads a woman who is not a prostitute, and not known for her immoral character, by making false claims or by other means of deception, to have illegal sexual intercourse with another person; or
3. Gives to a woman, or causes her to be given, a drug or another substance with the intent of subduing her to have illegal sexual intercourse with another person.
Article (346) Deprivation of liberty
Whoever unlawfully detains and deprives a person of his liberty, he/she shall be punished by imprisonment for a period not to exceed one year or by a fine not to exceed fifty dinars, if the perpetrator dose so by falsely claiming that he/she is a public official and has a legal detention warrant, then the punishment shall be from six months to two years. If these acts were directed against a public official while in the course of executing the duties of his/her office or if he/she is killed as a consequence of such duty.
Article (389) Of Beggars
1. Whoever behaves in a disorderly or indecent manner in a public place;
2. is found wondering or placing him/herself in any public place to beg or gather alms, whether by the exposure of wounds or deformation or by any other means whatsoever or causing procuring or encouraging any child under the age of sixteen years to do so;
3. is found going about as a gatherer or collector of alms , or endeavoring to procure charitable contributions of any nature or kind under any false or fraudulent pretence.
4. in any public place conducts him in a manner likely to cause a breach of peace.
5. is found wandering in or upon or near any premises or in any road or highway or any place adjacent hereto, or in any public place at such time and under such circumstances as to lead to the conclusion that he is there for an illegal or disorderly purpose.
the first time, he / she shall be punished for a period not to exceed three months or the court may decide to refer him / her to any institution designated by the Minister of 70 Social Affairs and which provide care for beggars for a period not less than year and not more than three years.
Invalidating slavery and prohibiting the sale of human beings, using them as collateral, forcibly handing them over to others, or any other action that demeans their dignity and turns them into a tradable commodity.
Article 2: abolition of slavery in all parts of Transjordan
Article 4: each contract including a requirement or a pledge to buy someone, servitude, give it to another for a mortgage or insurance for debt or any other way is void
Article 5: each person who buys, sells, reciprocates another person, gives him or takes him to another in order to be acquired or treated as a slave is subject to penalty
Remuneration shall be specified in the contract. In the absence of such provision, the worker shall be paid the remuneration that would be assessed for work of the same type, if such type of work exists. Otherwise, remuneration shall be assessed in accordance with common practice. In the absence of such practice, payable remuneration shall be assessed by court in accordance with the provisions of this Code, considering the case as a labour dispute over remuneration.
An employer, or person acting on his behalf, who has paid a worker less than the minimum rate of remuneration shall be punishable by a fine of no less than twenty five and no more than one hundred Dinars in respect of each offense, and shall also be ordered to pay the worker the difference. The penalty shall be doubled every time the offense is repeated.
Subject to the provisions relating to vocational training, no minor under sixteen shall be employed in any form.
The employment of minors shall be prohibited:
(1) in excess of six hours a day, and minors shall be granted a rest period of at least one hour after four consecutive working hours;
(2) between eight in the evening and six in the morning;
(3) on religious and official holidays and on weekly rest days.
Any employer or manager of an establishment who violates any provisions of this chapter or any regulations or decisions adopted thereunder, shall be liable to a fine of no less than one hundred and no more than five hundred Dinars. The fine shall be doubled every time the offense is repeated and may not be reduced beneath the minimum rate on any mitigating grounds.Jordan LABOUR CODE
Shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than six months or a fine of not less than one thousand dinars and not more than five thousand dinars, or both penalties commits human trafficking set forth in item 1 of paragraph (a) of Article 3 of this law crimes
Notwithstanding the provisions in Article 8 shall be punished by hard labor for not more than ten years and a fine not less than five thousand dinars and not more than twenty thousand dinars Ka Net
Committed any of the crimes set forth in Item 2 of the impoverished (a) of Article 3 of this law
Committed any of the crimes of human trafficking in one of the following cases
1. If the perpetrator of the crime has been established, it organizes or directs an organized criminal group for human trafficking acceded to or participated by
2. If one of the female victims with disabilities
3. If the crime was committed through the exploitation of prostitution, or any form of sexual exploitation or the removal of organs
4. If the crime was committed using a gun or using it Altahedzd
5. If the victim was injured as a result of commission of an offense Mouncouso the incurable disease can not be cured
6. If the offender's spouse, or one of the victim's assets or branches or guardian or guardian
7. If the perpetrator is a public official or costly Balkhaddmha to the general and committed through the exploitation of his job, or the public service
8. If the nature of the crime with a transnational
Shall be punished by imprisonment for a period not exceeding six months, all of the work by virtue of his job there is a plan to commit an offense set forth in Article 9 of this law or aware of such crimes and did not inform the relevant authorities about it
Shall be punished by imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year and a fine of not less than two hundred dinars and not exceeding one thousand dinars, or both penalties anyone who possesses or the disposition of any money which is aware of the Baja obtained from a one of the crimes stipulated in this LawJordan Trafficking in Persons Law