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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Sep 06, 2018 10:59 pm

The first political reaction to Sadr's recent claims

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The alliance "Iraqi decision" led by Vice President Osama Najafi on Thursday expressed support for Sadr's recent call for an extraordinary session by Sunday, attended by the Prime Minister and some officials to discuss the issue of Basra specifically.

The coalition said in a statement today that it "declares its full support for the call, and the need to hold a meeting of the House of Representatives to reach radical solutions in which the representatives of the people."

The statement added that Nujaifi "stresses on his colleagues in the House of Representatives to work in a spirit of one team to stand with our people in Basra, and provide a clear image in the synergy and solidarity in the service of noble goals."

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, had demanded earlier today the current Prime Minister Haider Abadi, and a number of ministers services, and the governor of Basra and the President of the Council to attend the parliament in a maximum of next Sunday, warning that it will have a response "shaky" that.

Sadr said in a televised speech today on the events taking place in Basra, that "the province suffers from the time of the former regime and now of poor services, there is no water and no electricity," saying that "we see the disregard by some politicians for the situation of Basra, while preoccupied with the largest bloc, We do not want a government like its predecessors, which was characterized by corruption. "

Al-Sadr said: "Therefore, I am from the religious, humanitarian and national duty. I put forward some points regarding Basra, as follows: Call the new parliament to convene immediately and in a public and extraordinary session that will be publicly broadcast on official channels to inform the people about the course of events by the end of next Sunday. From the Prime Minister and the Minister of Interior and Health and Minister of Water Resources and the Minister of Housing and Construction and Municipalities and the Minister of Electricity and the Governor of Basra and his deputies and the President of the Council of the province to develop radical solutions and immediate and future and future Basra, but all to leave their posts immediately and if and Term of office expired. "

In a second point, Sadr called for the withdrawal of militias, parties and the popular crowd from Basra, saying that "he will have a firm stance that does not occur to anyone, shaking the thrones of the oppressors and corrupt people who have brought the country to the abyss."

Sadr also called for cooperation with neighboring countries through official delegations to secure water quotas for Iraq.


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