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The acceleration of the powerful Shiite forces to support Sistani's calls .. Who is to blame for the Iraqi situation?

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The acceleration of the powerful Shiite forces to support Sistani's calls .. Who is to blame for the Iraqi situation?

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Jul 29, 2018 12:51 pm

The acceleration of the powerful Shiite forces to support Sistani's calls .. Who is to blame for the Iraqi situation?

28/07/2018 - 23:57 Iraq

As always, after every speech by Iraqi Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, Shiite political forces, which have been leading the government since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003, have rushed to declare their support for "guidelines" that demanded on Friday the Iraqi government to "achieve what can be achieved" Of the demands of the demonstrators, directed to accelerate the formation of the new government, and urging politicians to collect their words on the management of the country to achieve well-being and progress for the people of their people and take justice in the granting of salaries and benefits and allocations, and work for reform. He was satisfied with the law of legislative elections, in addition to choosing the election commission according to the principle of "quotas", while presenting his vision for the new government's program.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi rushed to a new state, saying he had responded to all the demands of protesters in the provinces that witnessed protests in the center and south of the country.
He said in a statement issued by his office that "in the first moments of the declaration of citizens to their demands in a number of provinces, we announced our immediate response to all legitimate demands, and we considered the response to the demands of citizens a force and not weakness because they are our people and our goal is to serve them."
He added: «We met with many delegations of the people of the provinces and we issued many immediate orders to implement the demands possible in accordance with the specific powers and available financial capabilities and priorities and possible time-frames, and for this purpose we formed the Committee for Services and Reconstruction in the provinces, which started immediately.
"All that was called for by the supreme religious authority was and will remain in our eyes since the fatwa of the eternal jihad and the Friday sermon that laid out a road map for the future of Iraq and its people," he said.
He affirmed his position in support of the remarks, directives, invitations and solutions included in the speech of the reference, which he said «it was and will remain the safety valve for a strong and prosperous Iraq stable, in which the security and security, justice and prosperity for all its people and no place for the corrupt and public money».

In turn, the leader of the Alliance Karim Nuri, on Saturday, surprised by the issuance of most blocks and political parties statements supporting the words and guidance of reference, yesterday.

Al-Nouri told Basnews that "all parties support the sermon of the reference and the demonstrations. Who stole Iraq?" Are they corrupt from Mars or living in Somalia? "

He added that «some of these parties are a major cause of corruption in Iraq, which failed over the past years to provide services to citizens, and the failure and corruption of these parties to push citizens to come out angry demonstrations».

The leader of the "stream of wisdom", Ammar al-Hakim, also rushed to declare his "absolute support" of Sistani's speech, and called for the acceleration of the formation of the new government, and the fight against corruption.
"We express our absolute support for the directives and visions in the sermon of the supreme religious authority regarding the current situation and the dangers facing the country, and its emphasis on the need to expedite the formation of a service government with ministers characterized by high professionalism working according to a clear scientific program, Prime Minister Hazem and strong for the next phase, and urged the people to impose his will if the government and parliament renounced their promises ».
He added: "We join the demand of the Supreme Council as a necessary necessity of reform and call for the enactment of laws that prohibit any privileges to a slice only to achieve equity and social justice." He affirmed "our full support for the government and its regulatory bodies in the fight against financial and administrative corruption."
He called «the political blocs to meet on the table of national conditions in order to accelerate the formation of the expected cabin and choose the most efficient according to those conditions».

In a brief statement, the Secretary-General of the "Al-Nabaa" movement, one of the factions of the popular militia, Akram Al-Kaabi, supported by Iran, stressed that "the reference letter set a new map for Iraq that will contribute in the right direction.
"Asaib Ahl al-Haq" also declared its support for the speech, considering the demonstrations as a "message" to the politicians of the readiness of the demonstrators to come out every time if their demands are not met with real treatments.
"We support all that is stated in the sermon of the last religious reference," said the secretary-general of the movement affiliated with the Popular Popular Militants, Qais al-Khazali. "We have demanded on the occasion of the martyrdom of the well-known cleric Muhammad al-Sadr ... that we should hasten the formation of a new government, And be a service government and not a government of privileges, and the need for a parliament to enact the decisions needed by the government to meet the needs of citizens ».
He added: "We also mentioned that the recent demonstrations do not stand behind a specific political side, and that the Iraqis have broken the barrier of fear and hesitation," noting that "a message to the politicians that they are ready to go out every time if their demands are not met, Almost to a standstill ».

Just to mention, a number of Iraqi demonstrators in Basra, Maysan and Najaf were shot dead by gunmen from the militia after approaching the headquarters of these militias.


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