Elections are over in Jordan and many bloggers are venting!
Blogger Brick in the Head has designed what he sees as appropriate symbols for the Jordanian parliamentary candidates.
Jordan's Parliament Proportional Representation, 81.4% not yet represented in 2013!
A former MP campaigns with a poster of himself burning an Israeli flag in parliament and wins by a landslide. Is this really what motivates struggling Jordanians nowadays?
The Missing Electoral Symbol
Our parliament is a waste of public funds and is morally bankrupt; and I believe the above symbols should have been among the symbols used.
Source: Brick in the Head
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Empty Pageant? Russia Today news seems to think so.
‘New Era’ On Horizon As 19 Women Win House Seats
With 19 women winning Wednesday’s parliamentary elections for the first time in the Kingdom’s history, activists said on Saturday this has set the stage for a “new era” for women in Jordan.
Source: Al Rasub
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