Thursday, December 15, 2005


Update 1. Marouf Bakhit has promised to open discussions on the controversial aspects of the NA. The agenda isn't available to the general public, and so we will be told what is controversial and what is not. Takes the guesswork out of things, I suppose.

Update 2. In his presentation to the parliament, Bakhit maintained that his government will continue with tax reform that will increase self sufficiency (they will collect more money) and encourage investment (they won't take money from the people who have it), and increase the tax base. Guess who pays (wink, wink), suckers?

Update 3. The government is planning on setting up Hyde Park in Amman. It turns out that 24 laws need to be reviewed and changed to make it work. I thought we already had freedom of expression. Darn.


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