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Public transportation strike in Wadi Sagra!

For the first time in Jordan Public bus drivers strike!








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  1. it was so annoying man!

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  2. so that was it!I was late for the kids in school stuck in traffic and not being able to leave my parking spot?This figures!they should get away with something after all this!It was horrible traffic.

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  3. When does that happen? Do you have more details about the reason and whether if they got their requirements fulfilled?

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  4. Interesting!!!

    Now we are acting like europians! ah?!

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  5. 3adi,
    Yes dude, it was very annoying, anyway Like you said before Sometimes it's good to strike to get your rights

    Salam,
    muwahahaha, then you were one of victims ?

    Samer,
    I didn't follow up, I'm not journalist.

    Hani,
    I hope so.

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  6. Ameeeeeeh!
    What strike!

    this view is usual even in normal days around 3.30 PM

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