Chairman of the Senate lectures at the Royal Jordanian National Defense College


The Chairman of the Senate Faisal al-Fayez, on Sunday at the Royal Jordanian National Defense College, gave a lecture entitled "The Administration of the Jordanian State between Theory and Practice", for scholars in the 19th defense course, in the presence of a commander, president and directing of the college. Al Fayez said: "When we talk about the administration of the Jordanian state between theory and practice, we affirm that as a country we have been able to maintain our security and stability and overcome various challenges since the establishment, and Jordan today became a modern and modern country that moves towards the future with great confidence and hope, which could only be achieved with a successful administration implementing clear plans and strategies in various fields and sectors and the existence of an administration that possesses alternatives to face any exceptions that may lead to instability or tamper with our national security or prevent us from continuing the process of construction and advancement. The chairman of the Senate stressed that Jordan, in its various policies and diverse strategies and based on its geopolitical position, takes into account in all its plans political, social and economic factors, and always seeks to adapt them in accordance with its national interests in various fields. Al-Fayez added that Jordan has faced many different challenges since the beginning of the last century that have made it stronger and more cohesive, most recently the repercussions of the Corona pandemic, which posed a major challenge to us, pointing out that economic, social and health security is a national priority at this stage, as the stability and cohesion of our society is the basis for the advancement in various fields according to comprehensive plans and vision. With regard to the Palestinian issue, al-Fayez stressed that Jordan, led by His Majesty King Abdullah II, will not give up or compromise on his national reward, as Jordan will not give up hashemite guardianship of Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem. At the end of the lecture, the chairman of the senate answered the questions of the scholars.