The proposal was filed by none other than Nariman Roussan, who was surprised at her colleagues’ hesitation to sign the memo, which she describes as ‘normal’. This whole incident comes after several complaints about the organizing company, a French company suspected of supporting Zionism for organizing events celebrating 60 years of Israel’s existence.
Now if they had objections to the company, which is perfectly okay, then why not suggest changing the company instead of cancelling the whole event. But not during a parliamentary session that was supposed to discuss more pressing issues, and not under the excuse of “economic circumstances”. Trust me if Roussan or any of the other signing members really cared about impoverished Jordanians they would’ve donated some of their lifelong monthly JD1500 salary. If people don’t want to go, they won’t, but you do not get to decide for them.
Enough with the BS. And someone has GOT to stop Roussan from talking. Seriously.