By an overwhelming majority, the Jordanian House of Representatives voted to dismiss Osama Al-Ajarmeh from his membership, after 108 members out of 119 voted in favor of his dismissal from the parliament who attended the emergency session called for by the Speaker.
The session – which lasted only about 10 minutes – in which the head of the council, Abdel Moneim Al-Awdat, read a statement accusing Al-Ajarmeh of “offending the king and Jordanian clans and trying to destabilize security and stability.” Read also Jordan.. Great Arab solidarity on social media, and tweeters stress Amman’s role in supporting the stability of the region The Jordanian Salt Incident.. The House of Representatives forms an investigation committee and the government confirms the existence of negligence and pledges to prosecute the defaulters Israeli gas… Will it put the Jordanian government and parliament in a confrontation?A new complication of the crisis… The dissolution of the Jordanian Teachers Syndicate puts it in the face of the judiciary and the government
Separation after resignation
The decision came one day before the date of a session set by Parliament to consider a resignation request submitted by MP Al-Ajarma to the Speaker of Parliament, days after the Parliament’s decision to freeze Al-Ajarma’s membership for one year; Because he was accused of insulting the House of Representatives and its members.
The dismissal of the deputy was based on a parliamentary memorandum signed by 109 deputies calling for his dismissal, based on the provisions of the Jordanian constitution in accordance with Article 72 and Article 164 of the House of Representatives’ internal system. The parliament did not consider the resignation request submitted by the dismissed representative.
The case of dismissal of MP Osama Al-Ajarma is the second of its kind. This case was preceded by the vote to dismiss MP Talal Al-Sharif from the membership of the 17th parliament after he fired an automatic weapon under the dome due to a dispute with his colleague – at the time – Qusay Al-Dumaisi.
According to deputies, the matter that accelerated the council’s decision to dismiss Al-Ajarmah was considered an insult to Jordanian King Abdullah II, as he appeared in videos – circulated yesterday evening, Saturday – talking about his threat to “kill the king with a bullet between his eyes”, in addition to other clips. In it, he appeared carrying a sword and inviting the Jordanian tribes to join a mass meeting he called for today, Sunday.
government and security
The Jordanian government had announced in a session held this morning that it would not allow what it described as any “illegal gatherings.”
And the Jordanian authorities announced, yesterday evening, Saturday, that a number of members of the security forces were injured during events that took place in the areas of Naour and Al-Malah, south and west of the capital, Amman, due to what it said were “armed attacks targeting the security forces in the Malha area near the Queen Alia International Airport road.” and riots in the Naour area, west of Amman
According to a statement by the Jordanian Public Security, “a security force dealt, on Saturday evening, with riots, burning vehicles and shooting in the air by a group of people in the Naour area. As a result of these actions, 4 public security men were injured and they were taken to hospital.” the hospital.”
rebellion against the state
After the parliament session, MP Omar Ayasra described the speech of the separated MP Al-Ajarmeh as “a rebel against the state, not a reformist speech. Shooting at the state and wishing to assassinate the king with shooting between his eyes, and the return of the Jordanian state to local governments before the establishment of the emirate, all This confirms the existence of a serious rebellion that the Council cannot remain silent about.”
He continued – to Al Jazeera Net – that “no one denies that the state needs reform in various fields, and the Jordanians spoke about reforming the authorities and the powers of the king, but they did not talk about overthrowing the king and changing the political system, and unfortunately the clan that was founded on its shoulders is used. The state is in this rebellion.”
For his part, MP Saleh al-Armouti accused the parliament’s presidency of “having haste in voting and depriving the deputies of talking about the details of the memorandum and the accusations leveled against MP al-Ajarma, and of violating the parliament’s bylaws.”
And he continued – to Al Jazeera Net – “We reject any abuse of King Abdullah II, the House of Representatives and all Jordanians, and any attempts to harm the security and stability of our country, on the other hand, the dismissal decision will increase the complexities of the existing crisis.”
Al-Armouti asked, “Where is the state’s balanced and sane mind among the national and clan figures in pulling the fuse from this expanding crisis? And things may reach unimaginable consequences.”
As for political analyst Jamil Al-Nimri, he considered what is happening as a true expression of the absence of political reform based on political pluralism and parties, which leads to tribal and clan fanaticism in the face of the state. “Unfortunately, the clan is being dragged into these disputes.”
Appeal to the mind
For his part, political analyst Hussein Al-Rawashdeh called for wisdom and rationality to get out of the current crisis, and continued – in a post on his Facebook page – “only this recipe will bring us back to the right point, and close the floors of strife in which we have plunged those who do not fear God into This dear country.”
Al-Rawashdeh added, “There is no doubt that people have endured and been patient and waited for years for relief to come, and that those who sat at the helm of responsibility did not pick up the necessary messages and did not take the initiative to do what was necessary to do, but the solution is not in the calls for mobilization. Which may lead to us going back decades, nor to erecting rhetoric of incitement and threats and spreading the spirit of revenge and revenge, the solution is in the victory of wisdom and the voice of reason and a complete bias in the interest of the country on the basis that there is neither winner nor loser.
The past few days witnessed youth gatherings in support of the dismissed MP Al-Ajarma, and the establishment of offices for his supporters, but the authorities prevented this and the Ministry of Interior and its security services dispersed those gatherings.
And the current crisis – about two weeks ago between the authorities and the dismissed deputy Osama Al-Ajarmeh – is rolling like a flame, as the authorities accused Al-Ajarmah of inciting against the security services and holding illegal gatherings, and the Jordanian Ministry of Interior warned against holding such gatherings, participating in them and preventing them by force. .