Overview of the politics and governance of Syria: The Constitution, Opposition to the Constitution, The Presidency, The Executive, The Judicial, Parliamentary Elections, Parliamentary Tradition, Muslim Brotherhood, Legal System and Framework, Local Government, The Military, Military History, Security Agencies, The Military Post-2011 and Chemical Weapons.
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the population of Jordan stood at 5,100,981, of whom 51 percent were males and 49 percent females. The growth rate was 2.5 percent, compared to 3.3 percent in 1994. According to the World Bank, the population was estimated at 6.2 million in 2012, at least two million of whom live in Amman. Around 80 percent of the population is urban and it is one of the youngest among upper-middle income countries: 38 percent of the population is under the age of 14, while the entire working age (15-64) cohort comprises only about 58 percent of the population. The life expectancy at birth was 73 years old in 2011.