Jordan’s King Demands Rapid Change From New Government
www.businessweek.com | discovered: | published:

Jordan’s King Abdullah said he wants Prime Minister Marouf Bakhit’s government to implement political and economic changes without hesitation. ...

Bahrain opposition calls for interim leaders as ranks grow
detnews.com | discovered: | published:

Manama, Bahrain — Teachers, lawyers and engineers marched into Pearl Square on Sunday, joining an emboldened opposition whose political leaders demanded that the king dissolve the government and fire his uncle, who has held the post of prime ministe ...

King Abdullah finally has his say on reforms
www.independent.co.uk | discovered: | published:

Jordan's King Abdullah II yesterday called for "quick and real" political reforms to give the public a greater role in governing and to eliminate corruption, favoritism and nepotism. ...

Bahrain king under pressure to sack prime minister uncle
telegraph.feedsportal.com | discovered: | published:

The king of Bahrain came under heavy opposition pressure to prove his newly-stated commitment to reform yesterday by sacking his unpopular uncle, the world's longest-serving prime minister. ...

Opposition Demands Dissolution of Bahraini Government
feeds.nytimes.com | discovered: | published:

The opposition demanded that the king dissolve the government and fire his uncle, the prime minister, before they agree to enter into talks. ...

Jordan's king calls for 'real and quick reform'
www.cnn.com | discovered: | published:

Jordan's King Abdullah II told his new government to enact "real and quick reform" Sunday amid growing protests around the Middle East, promising to root out corruption and give lawmakers a bigger role in government. ...

Jordan's Abdullah: Memoirs and Mideast Upheaval
www.newsweek.com | discovered: | published:

King Abdullah of Jordan has the good—or perhaps bad—fortune to have his prosaic memoirs published just as the Middle East is engulfed in momentous changes that began in Tunis a month ago, spread to Cairo, and now reverberate in other capitals, includ ...


Share