Jordanian Teachers Syndicate
Jordan gets a new prime minister before next month’s parliamentary elections

The new prime minister, Bisher al-Khasawneh, will have the responsibility of tackling the rising economic hardships and the COVID-19 pandemic in the country

jordan's parliament dissolved Jordanian King dissolves national parliament ahead of November elections

National elections in Jordan are scheduled to held on November 10 in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and a rapidly deteriorating economic situation in the country

Jordanian Teachers’ Syndicate leaders and members released after one month in jail

The union leaders, along with other protesting teachers, were arrested last month while protesting the government’s decision to go back on its promise to fulfill their demands on salary hikes and better working conditions

Jordanian teachers intensify protests against banning of union

Teachers held protests in a number of cities in Jordan condemning last month’s ban on the Jordanian Teachers’ Syndicate. Security forces attacked these protests with tear gas and batons

Jordanian govt. shuts down largest teachers’ union, detains its leaders

The Jordanian Teachers Syndicate, the largest union in the country with over 100,000 members, is being persecuted days after it staged a rally demanding that the government implement an agreement signed in October over hiking educators’ wages

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