A Jordanian man casts his ballot at a polling station for parliamentary elections in Amman, Jordan September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood has made a return to parliament after winning 16 seats in the 130-member house, according to results announced Thursday by the country's electoral commission.As well as the performance of the IAF, attention was focused on the low turnout, with just 1.5 million voters out of a 4.1-million strong electorate casting ballots.Latest results Thursday for seats in Jordan's parliament with a four-year mandate showed at least 21 women were elected, six above the quota reserved for women.
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