Constitutional Framework for popular participation:
The Jordanian constitution and the constitutions of the states, which provides public participation at the local level. Despite the reference legislation in Article 121 of the Jordanian Constitution of 1952 on the formation of a "local councils". However, he did not specify through this article how to organize these local councils in terms of how not to set up terms of reference and to its relationship with the central government. Which can not be with him this text is considered to form local councils real form of popular participation.
Despite the limited constitutions, especially in developing countries in the form of one or more of the images of popular participation or free of it does not preclude achieving popular participation, where in developing countries have central governments legislative, regulatory and wide roles through which you can organize the participation of citizens in development by issuing laws that provide a regulatory framework for this review through the institutions, people's organizations, whether at the national or local level. These local institutions and organizations and is one of the most important means which can be used by the central government communication channels with citizens for their participation in all stages of the development of their community.
Here we find that it is necessary to study the role of the private constitutional framework to organize the participation of citizens through local institutions and organizations, and the central system Toviralovernmh to my contact with these local organizations to enable them to participate in all stages of development projects in her community planning