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Karak gears up for Friday pro-reform protest
[16-06-2011 12:00 AM]
Ammon News - AMMONNEWS - Youth and political activists in the southern governorate of Karak are gearing up to protest on Friday calling for real and tangible reforms in the kingdom.

The demonstration will take place following Friday midday prayers in front of Al Marj Grand Mosque in Karak, where several speakers will give speeches to stress their populist demands for political and constitutional reforms and combatting the rampant corruption culture in Jordan.

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