Political party faces unprecedented pressure from gov’t, says head

Partnership and Salvation party members ‘threatened’ through families to resign

Partnership and Salvation Party
(Photo: Partnership and Salvation Party)
AMMAN — In a recent statement, Secretary-General of the Partnership and Salvation Party Salem Al- Falahat revealed that the government is putting unprecedented pressure on the party and its members.اضافة اعلان

Falahat stated that the government is using various means to threaten the sons, daughters, and relatives of party members to force them to resign, with the aim of revoking the party's license, according to Jo24.

‘Within reach’Meanwhile, Falahat pointed out that other parties are being given unprecedented accommodations.

He said that the mentality currently running the political scene wants parties, governments, and unions that are “within reach” and do not want anyone who opposes it.

Continued arrestsThe situation has also resulted in the continued arrests of party members, with charges being brought against them under the Cybercrime Law, he said.

Falahat stressed that these arrests are not limited to the Partnership and Salvation Party, but to anyone who has an opinion that opposes the current government mentality.

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