Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Januari 29, 2011

Merebak ke Amman, Rakyat Desak PM Letak Jawatan

Protestors from opposition parties and labour unions shout anti-government slogans during a demonstration after Friday prayers in Amman January 28, 2011. The protest was against the government economic policy, which the protestors blame for worsening economic conditions. The demonstration, which included thousands people, was spearheaded by the Islamist movement and left-leaning political parties.

Protestors from opposition parties and labour unions shout anti-government slogans during a demonstration after Friday prayers in Amman January 28, 2011. The protest was against the government economic policy, which the protestors blame for worsening economic conditions. The demonstration, which included thousands people, was spearheaded by the Islamist movement and left-leaning political parties.

Protestors from opposition parties and labour unions shout anti-government slogans during a demonstration after Friday prayers in Amman January 28, 2011. The protest was against the government economic policy, which the protestors blame for worsening economic conditions. The demonstration, which included thousands people, was spearheaded by the Islamist movement and left-leaning political parties.

Protestors from opposition parties and labour unions hold a poster of Jordan's King Abdullah during a demonstration after Friday prayers in Amman January 28, 2011. The protest was against the government economic policy, which the protestors blame for worsening economic conditions. The demonstration, which included thousands people, was spearheaded by the Islamist movement and left-leaning political parties.

Protestors from opposition parties and labour unions hold a poster of Jordan’s King Abdullah during a demonstration after Friday prayers in Amman January 28, 2011. The protest was against the government economic policy, which the protestors blame for worsening economic conditions. The demonstration, which included thousands people, was spearheaded by the Islamist movement and left-leaning political parties.

Jordanians attend Friday prayers at Al Husseini Mosque prior to a demonstration against the prime minister and his government, in Amman, Jordan, Friday Jan. 28, 2011. Thousands of Jordanian opposition supporters took to the streets Friday in the country's capital demanding the prime minister step down and venting their anger at rising prices, inflation and unemployment.

Members of the opposition parties and labour unions shout anti-government slogans during a demonstration after Friday prayers in Amman January 28, 2011. The protesters said the demonstrations on Friday was against the government economic policy, which they blame for the worsening economic conditions.

Protestors from opposition parties and labour unions shout anti-government slogans during a demonstration after Friday prayers in Amman January 28, 2011. The protest was against the government economic policy, which the protestors blame for worsening economic conditions. The demonstration, which included thousands people, was spearheaded by the Islamist movement and left-leaning political parties. The sign reads "The living is difficult in the presence of this government between us".

PM must go, Jordanian protesters say

Jordanian opposition supporters have held peaceful rallies in Amman and other cities to call for reforms and the resignation of the prime minister.

Taking their cue from Tunisia and Egypt, an estimated 3,000 Jordanians marched through the streets after Friday prayers, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Samir Rifai and calling for political and economic reforms.

They warned corrupt Arab leaders would face the same fate as ousted Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.

“Ben Ali is waiting for you,” the protesters shouted.

Peaceful protests were also held in the cities of Irbid, Karak, Maan, and Diban, AFP reported.

“Together let’s make political and economic change,” banners read. “Down with the Samir Rifai government. We want a national salvation government.”

“We are protesting today to demand genuine reforms that would boost the people’s participation in deciding their future,” said Abdelhadi Falahat, who is the head of the trade unions’ council.

The Islamists and Jordan’s 14 trade unions, which have more than 200,000 members, say the government’s new measures are inadequate since poverty levels are running at 25 percent in the desert kingdom.

Jordan has a population of six million, 70 percent of whom under the age of 30. Official unemployment is running at about 14 percent, but other estimates put joblessness at 30 percent.

The government says it is pumping around $500 million into the economy to improve the people’s standard of living.

The Jordanian protesters also expressed solidarity with the demonstrators in Egypt.

http://www.presstv.ir

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  1. RATA-RATA SEDUNIA RAKYAT KIAN MENOLAK KERAJAAN YANG KORUP DAN PENYELEWENG ! SUNGGUH PERIHATIN RAKYAT MEREKA TERHADAP GEJALA MEROSAKAN AGAMA DAN KHAZANAH NEGARA !
    ALLAH MAHA BESAR !

  2. Di Malaysia ada 800,000 pelajar yang menganggur berhutang dengan PPTN.
    Bila mau bayar. Bill sudah sampai ke! belum?

    Kalau belum! hangpa dok buat apa?
    Nak tunggu bill sampai ke?.

    • Salam Kucing Kota.

      Hang ni, betoi2lah.
      Kaki merayau.

      Ingatkan dari mangkuk tandas.
      Ke mangkuk jamban.
      Saja.

      Tajuk mengenai keadaan di Amman.
      Yang hang tulih pon.
      Merayau-rayau, pasai aps.

      Kitsianglah kat hang.

  3. Salam Tok Jib suke
    Tok Mayudin suke
    Tok Ghani suke
    Ustaz Chua Soi lek lagi suka.

    Yang tak suke salam Che’Gu Mala.

    Che adik budak tak ceredik oiii…..
    belajag la sama ayat2 yang tersirat….

    Kalau dah 800,000 dah takdak kegheja.
    Bill PPTN sampai mintak bayaq..

    Duit ghakyat dinegara yang kaya macam Malaysia nii.. dah habih difaraid oleh tokey2 UBN.
    Jabatan Odit pun dah bagitau berlaku pembaziran dan ketirisan kerana sala Urus dan rasuah.
    Sepatutnya peminjam (bekas pelajar) ni kena pikiaq, macam mana nak ajaq tokey yang bodo melantun lantun, tapi depa ceredik putaq mai reta negara masuk poket depa!.
    Takkan nak tunggu ketua pelajar dari Tunisia, Mesir, Algeria, Yaman dan Jordon ni mai nak tujuk ajaq kat depa?
    Kalau ni cara depa, sampai bila pun depa kena cari duit pasai nak bayaq bill PPTN ngok….


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