June 3 (Bloomberg) -- Jordan’s Cabinet postponed the country’s municipal elections for six months mainly due to a lack of available funds, the Jordan Times reported.
The elections are estimated to cost 100 million dinars ($141 million), according to the newspaper. They will now be held on until March 15 next year.
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