Jordan: Rebranded Islamists seen staging election comeback | Reuters

Jordan’s moderate Islamist opposition could emerge from Tuesday’s parliamentary election with renewed influence after surviving government attempts to ban it as part of a wider crackdown on political Islam, analysts said.¬†The group could win up to a fifth of seats in the parliament after ditching its “Islam is the Solution” slogan and joining with Christians and prominent national figures to create a broad-based civic grouping, The National Coalition for Reform, they added.¬†Officials said turnout was 36 percent of 4.1 million eligible voters at the end of polling, lower than the election in January 2013.

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