DW: Jordan's Prince Hamzah swears allegiance to king, says royal court
The royal palace says Prince Hamzah has signed a letter of allegiance to King Abdullah. Hamzah was accused of aiding a plot to "destabilize the kingdom's security."
Prince Hamzah has signed a letter in which he pledges unfailing support to the king, the royal court said on Monday, after the prince was accused of fomenting instability in Jordan.
"I place myself in the hands of His Majesty the King. … I will remain committed to the constitution of the dear Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and I will always be of help and support to His Majesty the King and his Crown Prince," the letter, issued in a statement by the royal court, said.
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WNU Editor: It looks like Prince Hamzah bin Hussein was given an ultimatum. Pledge allegiance or face house arrest and/or worse.
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