Jordan election: Voting ends as Islamists allege fraud
23 January 2013
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King Abdullah will consult parliament over the choice of prime minister for the first time
Polls have closed in Jordan in parliamentary elections hailed by the government as a gradual move towards greater democracy but boycotted by the opposition, which alleges fraud.
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