Jordan: The citizens’ views on new PM and the latest parliamentary changes.
Jordan – Amman – 1/6/2016
The Jordanians’ views differed on the dissolution of the Parliament and the dismissal of the Government of Abdullah Nsour, some citizens cheered by the departure of Nsour government and the dissolution of the Parliament, where they described the government as the government of poverty, which represented in imposing taxes and raising prices, which is a heavy burden on the citizen, the people did not touch any positives during the period of the government, while others considered that the administration of the Government of Nsour was good in light of the deteriorating economic situation since years.
Joy and happiness filed the atmosphere following the announcement of the Royal Decree to dissolve the Parliament and the acceptance of the resignation of the government of Dr. Abdullah Nsour and commissioning Hani Mulki as his successor, joyous seemed so clear on the citizens as a result of the resolution, as they described the government of Abdullah Nsour as the government of poverty, marked by the imposition of taxes and raising prices, which burdened the citizens, also the Jordanian people did not touch any positives during the period of that government.
Others pointed out that the administration of the Government of Abdullah Nsour was good in light of the political situation in the neighboring countries as well as the deteriorating economic situation since years.
It is noteworthy that the Jordanian king assigned Hani Mulki to form a new government, replacing the government of Dr. Abdullah Nsour, which submitted its resignation to His Majesty the day before yesterday, who in his turn issued a Royal will to dissolve the Parliament, by virtue of the third paragraph of article thirty-four of the Constitution.