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Coordination of demonstrations Diwaniyah: We refuse to negotiate with "Abadi"

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Coordination of demonstrations Diwaniyah: We refuse to negotiate with "Abadi"

Post by RamblerNash on Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:10 am

Coordination of demonstrations Diwaniyah: We refuse to negotiate with "Abadi"

26-07-2018 06:06 PM

The Euphrates -

The Coordinating Committee for Demonstrations in Diwaniyah province on Thursday refused to set a date to meet with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi after the committee approached the naming of a delegation of activists, civilians and tribal sheikhs, stressing the continuation of the demonstrations.

A statement issued by the committee that they refuse to negotiate with Abadi at the moment demanding him visit the province in order to see the reality of living.

He added that it is the duty of the government to communicate with citizens and listen to them and consider their requests and respond to them, noting that the city of Diwaniya is still suffering from poverty and lack of services and lost one of its children during the demonstrations called (Hussein Shiblawi).


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