AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- An official website says Jordan's embattled prime minister is heading to a meeting with King Abdullah II, in the wake of the largest anti-government protests in the kingdom since 2011.
Thousands have filled the streets of the kingdom in recent days to protest planned tax increases and have called for the resignation of Prime Minister Hani Mulki.
The Hala Akhbar site, linked to Jordan's military, says Mulki was on his way to the palace Monday.
The summoning of Mulki by the monarch has fueled speculation he might be asked to resign. It's unclear if his departure would suffice to defuse growing public anger over a series of austerity measures.
The king, who has final say on all policy issues, has frequently disbanded governments to manage crises of public confidence.