His Majesty Addresses Cabinet, Thursday

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  • His Majesty King Abdullah II Presiding a Cabinet Session - (Petra)

AMMAN — His Majesty King Abdullah II presided the Cabinet session, in a visit to the Prime Ministry on Thursday, to convene with Prime Minister Dr Hani Mulqi and a number of Cabinet members and ministers, accompanied by Chief of the Royal Court and Director of His Majesty’s office.

During the visit, His Majesty reassured on the importance of seeing a transparent elections through in the process of national reformation, as well as in the vital role it plays in the enablement of the House of Representative’s monitory and legislative duties, while representing the variety of Jordanian aspirations under the Dome.

On the economy, the King stressed on the vitality of works on the encouragement and development of investment, which would increase growth rates; reflective with betterment on the lives of Jordanians in general, making reference to the London Donor Conference and the results undergoing to show in the development of governorates, as well as the total economic support it provides for the Kingdom in whole.

In this regard, His Majesty expressed His gratitude on the efforts of the Cabinet over the last two months, and thanked the ministers for what was achieved as to investment and business environment procedures concluded, and enhancement to the environment, as well as for the support of the government in totality, to the works of the Independent Elections Commission (IEC); an issue the Monarch underscored intensely, given the importance of the elections itself.

As for efforts to counter terrorism, His Majesty reaffirmed on national strategies to counter extremism on all levels, to protect and safeguard Jordanian youth from the influences of intrusive ideas and their negative effects on society.

Last but not least, King Abdullah II reasserted the concepts of lawfulness, underlining the importance of retaining and empowering the reign of law in the preservation of national interests and the future of Jordan.

(Petra)

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