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Jordan’s Court of Cassation issued an order dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood in the country on Wednesday.

The court said the ruling is final because the group failed to adjust its legal status.

On 10 February, the court threw out an appeal against a previous ruling.

The Court of Cassation reiterated that the government’s dealings with the Muslim Brotherhood do not legitimise the group because it is still an illegal body which was dissolved legally after it failed to rectify its status.