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Thousands march in demonstrations in different Iraqi cities

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Thousands march in demonstrations in different Iraqi cities

Post by RamblerNash on Fri Jul 27, 2018 9:08 pm

Thousands march in demonstrations in different Iraqi cities

After Sistani's speech ...

27/07/2018 - 18:38 Iraq



Thousands of Iraqis on Friday, mass demonstrations in various provinces and the capital Baghdad, in protest against the continued deterioration of the reality of service and living in the country.

The security forces and riot control since Thursday evening, tight security measures in Baghdad, Basra, Maysan, Dhi Qar, Diwaniyah, Muthana, Karbala, Najaf and Babil.

Security forces also prevented all media from covering demonstrations in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad.

According to observers, the number of protesters increased dramatically today, driven by the speech of the Supreme Shiite cleric Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani.

Al-Sistani warned on Friday that the Iraqi government is expanding the scope of the protests in a way that the Iraqi government may regret it, calling at the same time to accelerate the formation of the government to address corruption and the provision of services.

This is the second sermon addressed by Sistani to the protests in the cities of the center and south to demand the provision of basic services and employment of the unemployed.

"The religious authority has repeatedly advised senior government officials and political leaders to refrain from protecting the corrupt from their parties and their owners," Sistani said in a sermon read by his assistant Abdul Mahdi al-Karbalai in Karbala.

"In their Friday sermon three years ago, I warned them that those who are opposed to reform and are betting that claims should be mitigated must know that reform is a necessity," he said.

And Sistani went on to say: "If the manifestations of the claim for a period of time is reduced, it will come back at another time stronger and much wider, and not when regret.

Sistani urged outgoing Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to meet protesters' demands for jobs and basic services.

"The current government must find what can be achieved urgently from citizens' demands and thus reduce their suffering and their brothers," he said.

"The next prime minister should take full responsibility for the performance of the government and have the courage and strength," he said.

Sistani said: "If the government disengages itself from what it undertakes or disobeys the matter in the Chamber of Deputies or the judiciary, the people will only have to develop their peaceful protest methods to impose their will on officials supported by all the good forces in the country."

The central and southern provinces of Iraq have been protesting for weeks against the deterioration of the service and living conditions, the spread of financial and administrative corruption, and the high rate of unemployment within the society, prompting the government to take a series of urgent measures to meet the demands of demonstrators.

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/news/iraq/454942
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