Jordanian sources: Chief of Royal Court resigns ahead of cabinet reshuffle
Jordan's King Abdullah is expected to issue soon a Royal Decree appointing former minister, Yusuf al Dalabeeh as chief of the Royal Court, Jordanian sources expected Sunday. According to these sources, the King has accepted the resignation of the current chief of the Royal Court, Fayez Tarawneh.
The Royal Decree is predicted also to name new Royal Court advisors.
According to Jordanian sources, this move has set the stage for a wide-scale reshuffle in the Jordanian cabinet, which is expected to involve the departure of the prime minister, Ali Abu Ragheb and several other ministers.
The reshuffle will take place ahead of the start of the U.S.-led war in Iraq.
Former Prime Minister Fayez Tarawneh is likely to head the new government. (Albawaba.com)
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