In Washington, the State Department said it supported the right to peaceful protest in Jordan and elsewhere but stressed that the U.S. believed the king's reform plans would address the demonstrators concerns."We support King Abdullah II's roadmap for reform and the aspirations of the Jordanian people to foster a more inclusive political process that will promote security, stability, as well as economic development," spokesman Mark Toner told reporters.
Calls For Ouster Of Jordan's King Grow At Protests
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