Jordan Bolstered After Protests for Fiscal Crisis

Published on Jun 5, 2018 by the Times of Oman YouTube channelProtests in Jordan

Around 2,000 Jordanians continued to protest near the Prime Ministry in Amman over new income tax law

The protests have continued despite the resignation of the country’s Prime Minister Hani Al Mulki
The government sees the new tax law as an important economic reform but protesters say it hits the poor.
A general strike is also planned for Wednesday. Website:

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