Ã¢â‚¬Å“How do you expect us to report on the credibility of elections when civil groups are not permitted to observe vote casting and ballot counting?Ã¢â‚¬Â – Samih Sunukrut, capsule secretary general of the Arab Organisation for Human Rights. The Jordanian Coalition for Civil Society Organisations announced on Tuesday it would drop a plan to monitor parliamentary elections, cure citing Ã¢â‚¬Å“cripplingÃ¢â‚¬Â government restrictions.
…and so it begins…
And that one eye is still bruised!
I just want to know who is in power?
I say cut the crap, save the costs of running the elections then use all the signs to heat the houses of the poor..
Saga alla ayyam el bawari o keezer el kaz 😀
what did you expect? a fair and free election in Jordan? please people. your naivety is pathetic.
At least we can wish for a fair one, Samhan.
You do know of course that a change come through pressure and consistant growing civil responsible movement towards development.
Never make fun of someone’s dream, because those who have non, do not have much.
Beautiful! At this rate, inshallah we will be a modern democracy by 3101…. is it just me or are the comments on this post less than the usual? are people intentionally avoiding to comment on this crucial issue or is it just a busy time of the year?
nevertheless, the US will hail the elections as another success of democracy in the region
Based on my understanding …candidates can have their campaign representitives by sanadeeq el iqtira3 and during el farz. documentation and authorization for these “observers” are issued in advance. SO the poeple will be observing the vote casting and the ballot counting. When i was told this i was like” What?? is this for real ??”