The Jordanian Ministry of Interior said that, based on the memorandum issued by the State Security Court’s prosecutor, the security services arrested yesterday, Wednesday, dismissed MP Osama Al-Ajarmeh.
The House of Representatives decided in an emergency session held on June 6 to dismiss Al-Ajarma, due to statements described as offensive to the parliament, its members, and the internal system.
And 108 deputies out of 119 deputies who attended the session, which was called in an emergency, voted according to the provisions of Article 84 of the parliament’s bylaws, and based on a parliamentary memorandum signed by 109 deputies, regarding the repercussions of a speech uttered by MP Al-Ajarma.
Prior to that, the Council had decided on the twenty-seventh of last month, to freeze the membership of the Representative for one year, because of his abuse of the Council of Representatives, its prestige and reputation, its members and the internal system of the Council, and depriving him of participating in the Council’s work and cutting his allocations during the freeze period.
The Naour area, south of the Jordanian capital, Amman, which is the electoral headquarters of Ajarmeh, witnessed riots, violence, shooting in the air and burning tires in protest against the dismissal of the deputy, according to “Sky News”.
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