Prime Minister, Omar Razzaz, on Thursday concluded his meetings with various blocs in the Lower House of Parliament on the policy statement presented Monday by his government seeking the chamber’s confidence.
Razzaz and cabinet members held two meetings with the Reform bloc and independent lawmakers.
The prime minister underlined the government’s keenness to institutionalize the relationship between executive, legislative and regulatory authorities.
He said the government welcomes constructive criticism and seeks a real partnership and cooperation based on the separation between authorities.
He added that his government will put in place a well-defined action plan, addressing priorities mentioned in the policy statement.
The premier his government is committed to promoting human rights in the Kingdom as well as public freedoms and freedom of expression.
The government will continue granting privileges for Gazans and children of Jordanian women married to non-Jordanians in all service institutions, Razzaz noted.
Source: Jordan News Agency