Parliamentary elections in Jordan will be held on 10 November, this decision was made by Independent electoral Council of the Kingdom.
Earlier Jordan's King Abdullah II issued a decree on conducting parliamentary elections without delay in time according to the law and the Constitution.
Jordan's king Abdullah II discussed in Amman with the head of the U.S. Central command (CENTCOM), General Kenneth McKenzie, the situation in the middle East, including the Palestinian question, and the fight against terrorism.
"King Abdullah II received on Saturday the head of U.S. Central command General Kenneth Mackenzie. During the meeting they discussed the strategic partnership between the two countries, primarily in the field of military cooperation and security... we also Discussed the situation in the region, the Palestinian issue," - said in an official statement, the Royal Palace.