🇯🇴 Jordan’s economic woes pile pressure on new PM | Al Jazeera English

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Dissolving governments and appointing new prime ministers, has been Jordan’s way of dealing with its economic crisis.

After protests in June, Omar al-Razzaz became the country’s seventh prime minister, in seven years.

The Harvard-educated economist is seen as a reformer, but he has inherited deep structural problems and needs to deliver to a public impatient for change.

Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports from Amman.

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vinm300 says:

"Accountability and transparency" , those are words not found in the
political dictionary of the Middle East.
Which Muslim countries have 'accountability and transparency' ?
Not Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Kuwait,Jordan
Syria, Sudan ; the list is endless.

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