JPA elections begin after delay from previous week

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AMMAN  — The Jordan Press Association (JPA) began their elections on Friday, according to Al-Ghad News.

Journalists began voting for the new JPA’s council on Friday. The council voted upon includes the president, vice president, and nine other members. The elections started after a plenary meeting, in which the JPA’s financial and administrative reports were approved.اضافة اعلان

On October 15, the elections were postponed due to the absence of a quorum, due to the presence of only 416 journalists out of 1,142. 
The JPA’s bylaws require half plus one of the members to be present to achieve a quorum and begin the ballot process.

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