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MB offshoot in Jordan to participate in planned protests against inflation
MB offshoot in Jordan to participate in planned protests against inflation
Planned Protests are scheduled to take place in Jordan over jobs and inflation.
Wednesday, January 12,2011 21:44
IkhwanWeb

Planned Protests are scheduled to take place in Jordan over jobs and inflation.

Scheduled for after Friday prayers the protests will be made up of many opposition factions including the Muslim Brotherhood offshoot the Islamic Action Front who are expected to broaden the protests.

Despite alleged measures by the government to ease economic pressure popular trade unionist Mohamed Sneid instigated the call on behalf of government employees paid on a daily basis.

The protesters will be raising the banner "a march for the downfall of Refai for decent living".

The initiated protests in Jordan came about as citizens struggle with inflation and follows suit the widespread protest currently taking place in Algeria and Tunisia over the escalations.

 

tags: Jordan / MB offshoot in Jordan / IAF / Jordanian Government / Tunisia / Algeria / / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate MB / Islamic Action Front /
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