National unity can’t be undermined, Jordan’s King Abdullah says

Amman, Jordan (CNN) — Jordan’s King Abdullah II has made a call for national unity and reform following bloody clashes between protesters and government loyalists late last week, the country’s Petra News Agency reported.

“What matters to us in this stage is that our national unity must not be undermined,” the king said Sunday, while visiting the southern region of Petra. “We are proceeding in earnest with the political reform process and we have nothing to fear.”

The assurances from King Abdullah came two days after Friday’s clashes left dozens injured and as opposition groups continued to demand the resignations of the country’s prime minister and senior security officials.


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