He took part in a session on Saturday in which party leader Geert Wilders was grooming candidate council members for the two cities in which the party is running in the approaching local elections.
The meeting, like the earlier sessions that Wilders held for his future council members, took place in secrecy.
In the Lower House building, where little or nothing generally happens on Saturday morning, Wilders himself gave lessons to the candidates who will be on the electoral lists in The Hague and Almere for his party in the March 2010 local elections, Algemeen Dagblad reported yesterday.
It is unclear what role Jami wants to and can play in the party. Neither Wilders nor Jami responded to questions on this, the newspaper added.
Jami got onto the council of Leidschendam-Voorburg for Labour (PvdA) in 2006.
He became nationally known when he announced he was setting up a Committee for Ex-Muslims.
The PvdA subsequently booted him out.
Source: Dutch News