Jordan second safest Arab destination after UAE – Gallup index

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AMMAN — Jordan has advanced from fifth in the Arab world to second, and from 34th place internationally to 16th, on the Law and Global Order Index, issued by the International Gallup Foundation for Security Studies and Research, according to Al Ghad.اضافة اعلان

The report is issued by one of the most important research centers in the field of security and international rule of law, which is specialized in monitoring the level of security, the rule of law, and the extent of the sense of security that exists in a country.

The Kingdom outperformed countries like Sweden, Germany, and the US in safety and rule of law, in a list of some 115 countries that were covered by the report.

The index was compiled according to several sub-indicators, the most important of which is measuring how safe people feel, and the extent to which they trust local security agencies, and these agencies’ ability to perform their law and order duties in each country.

Norway was on top of the index with a score of 94 points out of 100, followed by the UAE and China and Jordan had a score of 89 points out of a hundred, while Venezuela came at the bottom of the list of least secure countries with 53 points.

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