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Election monitor reports campaign violations

By JT - Jul 20,2017 - Last updated at Jul 20,2017

AMMAN — The Civil Coalition for Monitoring Elections and the Performance of Elected Councils (Rased) on Wednesday reported several campaign violations, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

According to Rased, some campaign posters, especially in Amman, Irbid and Zarqa, were put in places that raised complaints from citizens and motorists, especially those placed on traffic lights, electric poles, intersections and roundabouts.

The Greater Amman Municipality has urged candidates running in the local and municipal council elections to abide by its campaigning regulations.

The municipality has vowed to take down all election campaign posters and banners that violate its campaigning terms and regulations, according to Mazen Farajin, head of GAM media department.  



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