Jordan joining the GCC. Is this good or bad?
News about Morocco & Jordan Joining the GCC on Twitter made me ask this Question on Twitter:
Khaled El Ahmad : Can someone explain to me how does #JO
being part of #GCC
is good for me as a Jordanian citizen? In plain English #Amman #JO#ReformJO
And here are the answers I got:
@Hamdanism The Hamdanism : @Shusmo u shouldn’t need visas to GCC countries. (assuming u dont have American passport)
Priapus_D Priapus Dionysis : @Shusmo I guess you will wear a dishdash, have 4 wives dressed in black and a few extra bucks. #GCCJO
I liked this Tweet:
HaithamAbulfoul Haitham Abu Alfoul : @Shusmo Membership in a well organized council that is exclusive for rich countries is in Jordan’s national interest, mainly economically
And I loved this one:
@SuperAmar (Q)amar majali : @Shusmo pros: Fuel prices to drop to pre-2003 prices and car prices to go down 50% #wishing
@elqassim Khaled El-qassim : @Shusmo easy and less costly market penetration, business expansion and employment
@nayefc Nayef Copty : @Shusmo Promotes trade between the countries(no tariff) encourages movement between both. Many benefits to join more econ powerful countries
@SamarQ Samar AlQadri : @Shusmo Pro=employment opportunities, settling jo depts.. Con= the price that we have to pay in return for all of this.what ever that is?!!
@Mujahed_S Mujahed : @AdhamEtoom @Shusmo that’s too general, we are talking about specific results, what about inflation? real estate prices? brain drain?
@hazem Hazem Zureiqat : News of #GCCJO wouldn’t be as bad if it weren’t for the obvious motives. #ReformJO