On September 20, the parliamentary election were held in Jordan. The majority of mandates of the 130-seat parliament were taken by politicians loyal to the king. According to reports, the Muslim Brotherhood extremist group won 16 seats. The Muslim Brotherhood members have returned to the country's parliament after years of boycott against the leadership of Jordan.
The Muslim Brotherhood movement is an international religious and political association established in Egypt in 1928 and supported in a number of Arab countries. The association is outlawed in Russia, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.