Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has dismissed a call for the government to apologise and pay reparations for the UK’s historic role in slavery. Labour MP Bell Ribeiro-Addy asked if he would make a “full and meaningful apology” and “commit to reparatory justice”. The PM said “no”, adding “trying to unpick our history is not the […]
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that Jordan’s prudent fiscal and monetary policies have maintained economic stability and a positive future outlook for external creditors and global rating agencies. This came in a press interview with “The Kingdom” conducted by the Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund in Jordan, Kareem Ismail, on 12/4/2023.
It was never unexpected that the House of Representatives, with a rate of 75% of the attendees, would approve the general budget law for the fiscal year 2023, despite the harsh criticism of the bill during the 3-day debate sessions due to the financial deficit, the high riba (usury) of public debt, and the absence […]
The Pakistan government is currently negotiating a deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to secure a bailout which it argues is needed to keep its economy afloat. Officials are in talks with the financial institution to unlock the remaining $3 billion from a $6 billion loan programme which the Imran Khan led government agreed […]
Surely Exorbitant Debt, Unemployment and Poverty are Bankruptcy in Itself Prime Minister Bisher Al-Khasawneh said during a discussion session in the House of Representatives on Monday, 04/18/2022, that “Jordan is resilient and far from bankruptcy, according to the testimony of the World Bank,” adding that “international credit rating agencies have confirmed Jordan’s credit rating at […]