Mohammed Awad al-Zyoud (C), secretary general of the Islamic Action Front, speaks during a news conference in Amman, Jordan, June 12, 2016. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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The Islamic Action Front, the political arm of Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood, said on Sunday it will take part in September parliamentary elections which it had boycotted in 2010 and 2013 .Jordan amended its electoral law in March to allow political parties to submit lists, and divided the tiny desert kingdom into 23 electoral districts.In April this year authorities shut seven Brotherhood offices across Jordan.The Islamists won only six seats in the 2007 election.
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