The security authorities in Jordan arrested 44 people who participated in the riots that erupted during the protests against the rise in fuel prices in the kingdom, as announced by the Public Security Directorate in Jordan in a statement published Saturday.
The Directorate said in its statement that it “dealt with riots in a number of regions of the Kingdom, and 44 people who participated in these acts were arrested in various regions,” explaining that “they will be referred to the competent authorities in addition to those who were arrested in the previous days,” without adding anything details.
The Security Directorate added that it had “intensified its security deployment in the kingdom’s governorates to ensure the enforcement of the rule of law and maintain the security of citizens.” At the same time, however, it indicated “a significant decline in the number and unity of riots from Thursday, especially in the southern governorates.”
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