Jordanian protesters hold a giant national flag during a march to protest price hikes in Amman on June 8, 2012.
Protesters have taken to the streets in the Jordanian capital city of Amman to demand political reforms.
The demonstration, organized by Muslim Brotherhood movement, was held in the downtown area of the city on Friday.
Protesters called for the boycott of the parliamentary election due to be held in Jordan by the end of the year. They also denounced the government, led by Prime Minister Fayez Tarawneh, for failing to make fast and real reforms.
The protest was held amid heavy police presence.
Jordanians have been holding street protests since January 2011, calling for political reforms and an end to corruption.
Since the demonstrations began, Jordanian King Abdullah II has sacked two prime ministers to appease the protesters.
The king has also amended some articles of the 60-year-old constitution, ostensibly granting the parliament a more assertive role in the decision-making process.