Lower House committee launches hotline to receive human rights complaints

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AMMAN — The Public Freedoms and Human Rights Committee in the Lower House has launched a hotline for citizens to report complaints and issues related to human rights. The announcement was made by committee head MP Bassam Fayez on Wednesday.اضافة اعلان

Individuals can reach the committee by calling or messaging the WhatsApp number, 0792101110. They can submit their complaints in written form or as photos, videos, or audio recordings, according to Ammon News.

The committee will study and verify all the complaints before taking any action.

Improving communicationThe hotline is part of the committee's efforts to improve communication with citizens who face difficulty in reaching the relevant authorities, ensuring that the complaints and observations received will be kept confidential.

Fayez also emphasized the committee's commitment to human rights, stating that all complaints and observations will be forwarded to the National Center for Human Rights and civil society institutions.

The aim is to activate their role in enhancing the human rights situation in Jordan, making sure that all citizens are heard and their rights are protected.

The committee aims to reach all Jordanians through this initiative and strengthen trust between the House of Representatives and citizens.

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