Clashes and heavy gunfire broke out today in the Umm al-Basatin area of Naur, near Jordan’s capital Amman, between supporters of the sacked Jordanian lawmaker, Osama al-Azrameh, and security forces.
The al-Arabiya/Al-Hadath correspondent reported that there was a violent confrontation between security forces and al-Arma supporters, noting that security forces fired tear gas at the demonstrators, pointing to the presence of intensive security reinforcements in the area. .
For its part, the Public Security Agency said heavy security deployment at the Naur Brigade had come to prevent any violation of the law, calling on everyone to follow the instructions. He said anyone trying to reach the protest site in the area would be arrested.
The Interior Ministry previously reiterated that in light of the call to organize today’s activities in the manner of gatherings held during the recent period, it is not allowed to hold any gatherings or events or to build poetry houses in violation of the law. is.
The clashes came after parliament announced the approval of a parliamentary memorandum calling for the sacking of al-Azarmeh, whose membership was suspended following objectionable statements made by him.
Of the 119 deputies who took part in the emergency session, 108 deputies voted on a parliamentary memorandum signed by 109 deputies about the results of a speech previously spoken by al-Ajmer.
Yesterday, Saturday, a group of supporters of the above deputy erupted in rioting, burning vehicles and firing in the air, injuring four public security personnel.
Gendarmerie forces, on the other hand, fired tear gas at the group to stop the illegal gathering.
It is noteworthy that the Ajermeh case began last month (May), when Jordan’s parliament voted to freeze its membership for a year due to an insult to the council, its reputation, its reputation, its members and the internal system of the parliament. did.
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