The World Economic Forum just held its meeting in Jordan this past weekend and focused on energy, employment, Palestinian peace, and smatterings of Syria crisis issues. However, certain political issues were avoided. For example, questions about both Lebanon’s suspended elections and Iran’s upcoming elections… Here’s some great news:
PITAPOLICY was quoted Al Jazeera’s show, “The Stream”, storify page!!!
#IranElection questions and comments
Members of The Stream discuss the #IranElection. Is Iran going offline ahead of the June 14 elections? See which responses make it on air, watch the live stream of our show Thursday, May 23, at 19:30 GMT: stream.aljazeera.com Click here for full story!
.@AJStream Bigger than during the Green Rev in that more watchdog groups will be monitoring internet blackouts #IranElections #FilterNetThe World Economic Forum invited comments and questions around their social media channels using #WEF, #MENA13, and #WEFemployment. So here are some developments and related point and questions that we tweeted….
The Kuwaiti Fund for Arab Economic Development will supply the amount in annual installments over a 10-year period.
Kuwait has granted fellow Gulf Arab state Oman $2.5 billion to fund development projects as part of a regional programme initiated in 2011 after protests, Oman’s state news agency reported on Monday.
Richer Gulf Arab oil exporters pledged in March 2011 to extend $10 billion over 10 years to Bahrain and Oman to support economic development.