Protests in Amman, Jordan continue against IMF imposed taxes

By Middle East Affairs Even the resignation of Jordan's prime minister who had supported the IMF mandated tax increases won't stop Jordanians from protesting to the streets. Overnight and into Tuesday, saw thousands of Jordanians marching toward the office of the now resigned Prime Minister Hani Mulki to demand an end to the

Jordanians protest International Monetary Fund tax increases

Protesters in the capital Amman carried placards criticizing the government They also accused politicians of corruption and squandering public funds (Arab News) AMMAN: Thousands of Jordanians went on strike on Wednesday to protest against planned tax increases demanded by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The draft amendments would double the income-tax