Published: 2018-01-28 14:26
Last Updated: 2018-01-28 14:26
Jordanian Prime Minister Hani Al-Mulki responded to a Jordanian MP Ibraheem Abu Al-Sayyed who alleged that Al-Mulki’s son gets 16 000 JOD as a monthly salary, calling for an evidence for this.
That was at the parliament Sunday meeting where Abu Al-Sayyed accused Al-Mulki of not paying attention to the Jordanian people suffering.
Some local media outlets reported that Al-Mulki’s son was appointed an employee at one of the airlines’ companies with a high salary.
Al-Sayyed also called upon the king to support the Jordanian citizen getting his food, like he supported him getting medicine easily.
The lawmaker condemned the government accelerating the process of raising food prices before even holding the Sunday morning meeting of the parliament.