Jordan- Crap Parliament- King Dissolves it!

#1
Your Sacked!

It seems the king of Jordan has had enough of his Parliament and his people have told him, so he has dissolved it.

If only the Queen............. well enough said.
 
#2
“It was an unexpected move,” said Mamdouh Abbadi, a member of parliament. “But at the same time, it was comforting. The decision has cleansed parliament of the opportunists and those with political money who have harmed the country’s image. We are hoping that there will be elections under a new electoral law that would be fair to the entire Jordanian social fabric.”
Politician says, "Everyone else corrupt" shock!

Sounds to me like it was a model of Western-style democracy. :roll:
 

Biped

LE
Book Reviewer
#4
Yes, there's a message in there. Perhaps this is why David Cameron now proposes to tinker with the Royal Prerogative - one of many changes to ensure that nobody can get rid of these lying corrupt scum should they get found out again.

If HM had forced the dissolution of parliament and called for new elections after the current round of scumbaggery, she'd have been applauded from the roof tops.
 
#5
well At least the king of jordan has ball.
 
#6
Biped said:
Yes, there's a message in there. Perhaps this is why David Cameron now proposes to tinker with the Royal Prerogative - one of many changes to ensure that nobody can get rid of these lying corrupt scum should they get found out again.

If HM had forced the dissolution of parliament and called for new elections after the current round of scumbaggery, she'd have been applauded from the roof tops.

Tel me more??
 

Biped

LE
Book Reviewer
#7
David Cameron has proposed that he will remove a bunch of the Royal Prerogatives when he gets into power. It's a tidying up exercise apparently that will make the system of government a bit more streamline.

On the plus side, it will mean that the PM can't take the country to war without a vote in Paliament, but the downside is that more and more power will be vested in Parliament, before it is given away to the EU.

The subtext is that HM will be gradually stripped of any involvement in our democracy under the auspices of better governance (better governance being something they know we desperately want), before quietly signing those very same powers off to the EU.

It will come. When they agree to have an EU army (justified by costs and tidying up exercises), it will be a common sense step that it's only Brussels that can send our forces to war, ergo job jobbed. Power resided in the monarchy, taken by parliament and given to the EU.

It's all lies I tell you. Cameron is every bit as pro-EU as that porridge wog ever was. At least the Jordanian King kept enough powers back to keep his own filthy pigs in order.
 
#8
O Jordan the Country, not celebrity homesick for the kids, can't hack the jungle Jordan. It all makes sense now, sorry must have more coffee!!
 
#10
Biped said:
David Cameron has proposed that he will remove a bunch of the Royal Prerogatives when he gets into power. It's a tidying up exercise apparently that will make the system of government a bit more streamline.

On the plus side, it will mean that the PM can't take the country to war without a vote in Paliament, but the downside is that more and more power will be vested in Parliament, before it is given away to the EU.

The subtext is that HM will be gradually stripped of any involvement in our democracy under the auspices of better governance (better governance being something they know we desperately want), before quietly signing those very same powers off to the EU.
Just to clarify, from the Conservative Party website:
However, the Task Force will not consider the personal powers of the Monarch, including the right to dissolve Parliament or appoint the Prime Minister.

Edited for having gone on a bit too long, as usual.
 

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