Middle East Monitor: Jordan's King Abdullah makes first joint appearance with Prince Hamzah since rift
Prince Hamzah was put under house arrest after he was accused of instigating an attempted coup and destabilising the country Jordan's King Abdullah and half-brother Prince Hamzah, who has been accused of sedition, appeared in public together on Sunday for the first time since news broke of a "destabilisation" plot, to mark the country's 100th year of independence.
State media showed Abdullah and Hamzah attending a ceremony in Amman, with other royal members, where they laid a wreath at at the memorial to the unknown soldier and tombs of royalty in the Raghdan palace in Amman.
Hamzah's first recent public appearance came after the United Nations on Friday criticised Jordan for the lack of transparency over the former crown prince's alleged "destabilisation" plot.
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WNU Editor: Today's get-together is all PR. But the reverbarations from this "attempted coup" will be felt for a long time …. Jordan’s Royal Feud Sends Shockwaves Through Country’s Traditional Tribes (WSJ).
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