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coalition of Sairon led by Muqtada al-Sadr, on Monday, that the demonstrations that activists called for tomorrow against corruption is the right of the people guaranteed by the Constitution, while noting that with every demonstration that comes out talk of politicized.
"The demonstration is a right guaranteed by the constitution and it is natural that the people are demonstrating and I think we can not prevent the people from exercising their right," said Saber Taloubi, MP for Mawazine News.
"In all the demonstrations, there is talk of being politicized and the basis we call for is that the people have the right to demonstrate in accordance with the constitution," he said.
Activists called on social networking sites to come out with demonstrations tomorrow, to reject corruption and demand services, while deputies accused of these calls linked to suspicious parties want to overthrow the regime in Iraq.





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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Allawi: We support the legitimate demands of the demonstrators and call on the government to protect them

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, the leader of the National Coalition Iyad Allawi, on Tuesday, the government and security forces to protect the demonstrators, stressing his support for the legitimate demands of the demonstrators.

Allawi said in a tweet on Twitter (Mawazine News), that "the demonstration is an inherent right guaranteed by law and the Constitution, as long as in the framework of peaceful and not to override public and private property."

"Restraint and understanding of the legitimate demands of the protesters are a top national priority and necessity, while we express our full support for legitimate demands and the right to peaceful protest," he said.





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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Human Rights: We received information of casualties during the demonstrations .. There is an attack on the security forces

Post by claud39 on Tue Oct 01, 2019 4:09 pm

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The High Commission for Human Rights in Iraq, on Tuesday, received information that there were casualties during the demonstrations in the capital Baghdad and southern provinces, while noting the recording of an attack by some demonstrators on security forces.


"The High Commission for Human Rights teams are still monitoring this moment in all governorates and monitoring all the demonstrations," Fadhel al-Gharawi, a member of the Commission, told Mawazine News. "Unfortunately, we have received many observations that may affect peaceful demonstrations," he said. From the use of security forces in some of these demonstrations, tear gas, hot water and live fire. "


"He added,"


Regarding casualties during the demonstrations, Al-Gharawi said: "We have received information about the registration of victims and deaths and we are currently in the process of checking this information, and we have sent fact-finding teams in Sheikh Zayed Hospital and Medical City Hospital," stressing that "after these teams complete the verification of information will UNHCR Issuing an official statement regarding all demonstrations in Baghdad and other governorates if there is any information related to the deaths of injuries and mutual assaults.


He stressed that "the freedom of opinion and expression and peaceful demonstration is a right guaranteed in accordance with the Constitution and demonstrations today to complement this right," pointing out that "the Commission demanded before the start of demonstrations not to use excessive force and tear gas and hot water towards the demonstrators, and the latter demanded peaceful demonstration and the preservation of public places Peaceful demands and non-violation of security forces. "


And began today, popular demonstrations in several Iraqi provinces demanding to improve the general situation witnessed in the country.






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A source close to the leader of the Sadr movement, Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr, on Tuesday, on the popular demonstrations in the capital Baghdad and several provinces.

"The prestige of the state is not at the expense of the people and the poor. The blood of the people is above the prestige of the state.

He added that "the attack on the demands of their pen of disappointment and not prestige, peace O Tahrir Square and all Iraq Liberation Square and all hearts Liberation Square Oh God make Tahrir Square for the people and security."





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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Hakim condemns the attack on the demonstrators and calls for an emergency parliamentary session

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BAGHDAD balances News

denounced the current wisdom leader of the opposition Ammar al - Hakim, Tuesday, excessive use of violence to disperse demonstrators in Tahrir Square, while calling for an emergency parliamentary session.

"The use of excessive violence to disperse demonstrators is unacceptable and unacceptable," Hakim said in a statement received by Mawazine News. ".

He added: "We call for an emergency parliamentary session to find out the causes, reasons and repercussions and encircle the sedition and not drag the situation to the unfavorable consequences in order to avoid falling into the forbidden. And not to be exposed to the security services and not to raise slogans that are contrary to the Constitution and the law. "





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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Sadr calls for the three presidencies to investigate urgently the attack on demonstrators

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The leader of the Sadrist movement, Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr, on Tuesday, three presidencies to open a fair investigation of what happened today in Tahrir Square.

Sadr said in a tweet via "Twitter", seen by (Mawazine News), that "the three presidencies to open a fair investigation of what happened today in Tahrir Square."

Today's demonstrations in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad saw violence between demonstrators and security forces, killing one demonstrator and wounding 200 others, including 40 members of the security forces.




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, spokesman for the opposition National Wisdom Movement Nawfal Abu Raghef, called on the government and security services to support the demonstrators and listen seriously to their demands.

"We call on the government and the security services to show restraint and support the demonstrators and to listen seriously to their demands and work to meet them," Abu Ragheef said in a Twitter tweet seen by Mawazine News.

He added, "We also call on our fellow demonstrators to deal with civilized responsible with their brothers in the security forces in order to preserve the lives of citizens and public property to confirm the toxicity, discipline and purpose of the demonstration."



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The US State Department on Tuesday called on political parties in Iraq to ease tensions.

"Washington is closely following the situation in Iraq," a US State Department official was quoted as saying.

"There is no possibility of violence in the demonstrations taking place in Iraq," he said.

Today's demonstrations in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad saw violence between demonstrators and security forces, killing one demonstrator and wounding 200 others, including 40 members of the security forces.





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A security source said on Tuesday that there were injuries among security forces and demonstrators in central Baghdad due to the firing of tear gas.


The source said in an interview with Alsumaria News, that "20 people from the security forces and demonstrators were injured by the firing of tear gas."

A security source said on Tuesday that an officer and two soldiers were injured after being beaten by "mendes" among demonstrators near Tahrir Square in central Baghdad.






Dozens of demonstrators, earlier Tuesday, near the Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, as security forces cut off roads leading to the square.


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Maliki: What happened today in Tahrir Square is unfortunate

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The head of the coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki, on Tuesday, that what happened today in Tahrir Square is unfortunate.


"What happened today in Tahrir Square is unfortunate and not in everyone's interest," Maliki said in a tweet to Alsumaria News.





 
Maliki stressed "the need to avoid clashes with the security services or exposing public and private interests to damage and vandalism," and called "competent bodies to protect peaceful demonstrators and secure public and private facilities."


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[rtl]One of the victims of Tahrir Square demonstration fell due to the fire fired by the anti-government forces to disperse the demonstrators.[/rtl]







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An injured protester is carried after reacting to tear gas fired by security forces during a protest in Tahrir Square, in central Baghdad, Iraq, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)








BEIRUT, Oct 1, (AP): Iraqi security forces fired rubber bullets and tear-gas in Baghdad Tuesday on anti-government protesters, medical officials said, injuring more than a dozen people.

The Tuesday afternoon rally began peacefully with more than 1,000 people marching into central Tahrir Square, when the police started throwing stun grenades and firing rubber bullets and tear-gas to disperse the protesters.



With hundreds of people gathered in the square chanting anti-government slogans, riot policemen began to fire tear-gas, scattering the mostly young male protesters, while others fell to the ground wiping their eyes. Some of the protesters responded by throwing stones at security forces, as others waved Iraqi flags above the water cannon.



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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Al-Madar publishes the demands of the demonstrations

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got 'orbit' demands a demonstration tomorrow , Tuesday (October 1, 2019) which will be launched Bhashtak '# Nazl_lakhz_haka'
demands are:

1. declare a real war on corruption and open all the files of corruption and with the help of specialized international bodies to issues of corruption
and the enactment of the law where you This.

2. Preventing the interference of political parties and blocs in government work, separating political entitlement from government positions and establishing the Federal Service Council.

3 - Formation of the Construction Council, which consists of specialists to be responsible for all projects and future plans of the country.

4. Really support the private sector, protect the domestic product to eliminate unemployment, move the local economy, maintain foreign currency within the country and open the door for real domestic and foreign investments.

5 - Cancellation of the currency auction and the adoption of free market policy.

6. To confine arms to the State in a genuine manner and to abolish all armed manifestations and the militarization of society.

7- Restructuring all government sectors, especially the service ones, to be real productive sectors.

8 - Restructuring and organization of the institution of education and fast and urgent in order to produce a successful educational sector according to international standards.

9. Amending the Electoral Law to be a fair law that preserves the rights of all.

10. Repeal and amend all laws and legislations that contravene the Constitution and immediately apply the disabled paragraphs of the Constitution and abolish all special privilege laws.

Give an opportunity not more than 15 days to start the implementation of the above or else the ceiling of our demands next time will be higher and bigger



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Injuries were mainly from tear gas inhalation and some by rubber bullets, as Iraq’s new prime minister, Adil Abdul-Mahdi, faced his first major protest since coming to power a year ago. 
At least a thousand people gathered in Baghdad’s Tahrir Square with Iraqi flags draped over their shoulders or wrapped around their foreheads. "Those thieves robbed us,” people cried in protest at widespread corruption. 


Others were on the streets to protest at the lack of public services, including rampant power cuts, water shortages and high levels of unemployment. 



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A few carried portraits General Abdulwahab al-Saadi, a popular general credited with leading the fight against the Islamic State, who was sacked from his post by the government last week in a shock move.
"We want this government to be changed. This is a government of political parties and militias," said Fadhel Saber, 21, who was participating in the protest because he is unable to find a job.
Riot police cleared the square a first time but the demonstrators regrouped, making their way to a bridge into the high-security Green Zone, which is home to government offices and foreign embassies.


Security forces then fired a steady volley of live shots which continued even after the crowds had dispersed into adjacent neighbourhoods. Gunshots could be heard echoing across the city. 
A security source inside the Green Zone told AFP that reinforcements had been requested to prevent the protesters from entering the area.

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Similar protests broke out in the southern city of Basra over the summer, sparked by crippling electricity and water shortages.  
According to the World Bank, youth unemployment in Iraq is running at around 25 percent. 
Since 2004, a year after the US-led invasion that ousted dictator Saddam Hussein, almost $450 billion of public funds has vanished into the pockets of politicians and businessmen, according to official figures.

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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, commented on the demonstrations, which witnessed in a number of provinces, including Baghdad, stressing that he does not differentiate between the demonstrators, who exercise their constitutional right to peaceful protest and members of the security forces.



"The government assures all Iraqis that our priorities have been and will remain focused on fulfilling its legitimate aspirations and responding to every fair demand of our dear citizens," Abdul Mahdi said in a statement received by Alsumaria News on Tuesday.

He added: `` We have been keen from the beginning to develop real solutions to many of the problems accumulated decades ago and we began to see the desired results and we continue to work to achieve them, and we are still on our pledge to our people in our ministerial curriculum in all sincerity and responsibility, '' according to the Iraqi channel .
"We do not differentiate between demonstrators exercising their constitutional right to peaceful demonstration and those of our security forces who perform their duty to preserve the security of the demonstrators, the security of the homeland, stability and public property."
"We make a clear distinction between our victims, both peaceful protesters and our heroic security forces protecting them, from non-peaceful aggressors who raised slogans punishable by law threatening public order," he said, noting that they deliberately caused casualties from innocent protesters and our security forces. Its members were assaulted by knives or burned with grenades.
"Members of our armed forces have shown a high degree of responsibility, restraint and adherence to the rules for the protection of demonstrators , " Abdul-Mahdi said.
Abdul-Mahdi stressed the need to be our first concern to maintain security and stability, which was achieved by the sacrifices of our people and its defensive defense of its land and sanctities.


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President Barham Saleh on Wednesday called for restraint and respect for the law.


Saleh said in a tweet followed by Alsumaria News, "peaceful protest is a constitutional right guaranteed to citizens," noting that "our children in the security forces are charged with protecting the rights of citizens, and maintain public security."
 





Saleh called for "restraint and respect for the law."


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Former judge Mounir Haddad said on Tuesday that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi needed competencies to help him in the administration, while stressing the need to punish spoilers.


"Any killing of demonstrators is a crime," Haddad said during a talk show on Alsumaria TV, adding that "lame democracy is better than dictatorship."
 
He added that "one year to evaluate the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi is not enough," saying that "the prime minister needs competencies."





 
He pointed out that the "imposed by the Prime Minister issued a decision to punish spoilers," pointing out that "fraud in the elections has reached an intolerable limit."
 
The Government Information Cell issued a statement on Tuesday on the demonstrations that began today in Baghdad and the provinces, stressing regret over the accompanying of these protests from a group of "rioters", while the Ministry of Health revealed the death of one person and wounded 200 others, including 40 troops the wish.


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty The House of Representatives directs the opening of an investigation of events that accompanied the demonstrations

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[ltr]The House of Representatives directs the opening of an investigation of events that accompanied the demonstrations[/ltr]





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[ltr](Baghdad: Euphrates News) The Council of Representatives, opened an investigation of events that accompanied the demonstrations in Baghdad and a number of provinces on Tuesday.[/ltr]
[ltr]The Council directed, according to a statement received (Euphrates News) a copy: "Committees security, defense and human rights parliamentary investigation into the events that accompanied the demonstrations on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 in Tahrir Square."
The Presidency of the House of Representatives, according to the statement "on the freedom of peaceful demonstration guaranteed by the Constitution according to Article 38," calling "security forces to maintain public order with restraint and not to use excessive force with demonstrators."
She added: "We also call on the demonstrators commitment to peaceful expression of their demands and not to attack the security forces and the preservation of public and private property." is over[/ltr]





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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Deputy: The government of the last chance failed miserably and what happened today blatant violation of rights

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[ltr]BAGHDAD (AFP) - A member of the House of Representatives, Yusuf al-Kalabi, said on Tuesday that the government of the last chance "failed miserably," noting that what happened today to a blatant attack on the right of the citizen, in a reference to disperse the demonstrators by force.[/ltr]

[ltr]Al-Kalabi said in a tweet on his Twitter account: "We said it and say: the government of the last opportunity .. Unfortunately it failed miserably .. The government of the elderly can not offer anything. Yaqada walkers and open I ask you with all the sacred changed Adel Abdul Mahdi .. Have mercy on this people "Those who have kept the political process, the blood of your people, which have poured out of our necks."
In a tweet, Al-Kalabi said, "The vast majority of the demonstrators are hungry and tired of injustice and corruption. What the government is doing is a blatant assault on the right of the citizen to express his opinion. I am a servant of these honorable voices demanding rights. The blood of our children is holy and will fall you sooner. " is over[/ltr]








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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty UN Expresses Concern after Violent Protests in Iraq, Urges Calm and Restraint

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Baghdad, 2 October 2019 - The Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, expresses grave concern over the violence that accompanied some of the demonstrations in Baghdad and other governorates. She calls for calm and deeply regrets the casualties among both the protesters and security forces.

The Special Representative reaffirms the right to protest: “Every individual has the right to speak freely, in keeping with the law.” Ms. Hennis-Plasschaert urges the authorities to exercise restraint in their handling of the protests to ensure the safety of peaceful protesters while upholding law and order and protecting the people, public and private property.
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For more information, please contact: Mr. Samir Ghattas, Director of Public Information/Spokesperson
United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq, Phone: +964 790 193 1281, Email: ghattass@un.org
or the UNAMI Public Information Office: unami-information@un.org


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Statement by the Commission on Human Rights on the wrong reaction to the suppression of the Tahrir Square demonstration

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The Committee on the Human Rights Parliamentary opposition to the Rose wrong reaction and style repression of peaceful demonstrations , the
Committee emphasizes the need that everyone bears the responsibility of any security deterioration gets due to the demonstrations that let the Iraqi people because of the failure to meet Mtalibh and lack of reform of corruption and the elimination of unemployment, and that the House of Representatives and the Committee on the Rights of The parliamentarians have always stressed in all correspondence to the government the need to reform the economic situation of the country without the government any reform programs, due to the accumulations of past years, and calls on the Committee not to use repression in the elimination of demonstrations demanding at the same time demonstrator We also call on the political blocs to stand by the Human Rights Committee to vote in favor of the law of freedom of expression and peaceful demonstration.



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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Injuries between demonstrators and security forces and demands for calm and restraint

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demonstrated thousands of Iraqis yesterday in Baghdad and a number of provinces, to protest against poor services and rampant corruption and unemployment, demanding the need for a government sweeping reforms include various fields, and while denounced many of the political parties, the use of excessive force against demonstrators, confirmed the commander of the armed forces, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, to begin "immediately" conduct a professional investigation in order to identify the causes that led to the incidents, indicating that our priorities were and will remain focused on achieving the legitimate aspirations of the people or to respond to every fair demand of our citizens.


Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's assertions of an "immediate investigation" into the causes of the events in yesterday's demonstrations were preceded by an accusation filed by the government media cell for what it described as "rioters" in violence in order to bring down the true content of the demands and strip the demonstrations of the peacefulness for which they came out.



Meanwhile, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr, called on the three presidencies, to open an urgent investigation to find out the repercussions of what happened yesterday in Tahrir Square, while the head of the National Wisdom Movement, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, to hold an emergency session of the House of Representatives to discuss the events of the demonstrations.
 

Providing services and eliminating unemployment



Thousands demonstrated yesterday in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad and a number of other provinces, demanding job opportunities, reforming the reality of government institutions and fighting corruption in the country, amid the intensified security deployment.



The demonstrators raised Iraqi flags and banners calling for improving the living conditions of citizens and the removal of "corrupt" politicians.



According to various media sources, hundreds of participants in the demonstrations were fired by "live bullets and tear gas," which caused the fall of 200 wounded and one dead in Tahrir Square alone, according to a statement by the government media cell, while the High Commission for Human Rights in Iraq, deeply regretted Security forces arrested 11 demonstrators in Basra province and 30 demonstrators in Wasit province.
 

Realizing the aspirations of the people



The Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, stressed that "our priorities have been and will remain focused on achieving the legitimate aspirations of the people or to respond to every fair demand of our dear citizens. We feel the desired results and we continue to work to achieve them, and we are still on our pledge to our people in our ministerial curriculum with all sincerity and responsibility.



"We do not differentiate between demonstrators exercising their constitutional right to peaceful demonstration and the sons of our security forces who perform their duty to preserve the security of demonstrators, the security of the homeland, stability and public property, but we clearly distinguish between our victims, whether peaceful demonstrators or our security forces," Mahdi said. The protagonist who protects them, and the non-peaceful aggressors who carried out slogans punishable by law threaten public order and civil peace and deliberately caused the deaths of innocent protesters and our security forces who were attacked by stabbing knives or burning bombs. To hand. "



The prime minister hailed the heroes of the armed forces, who showed a high level of responsibility, restraint and adherence to the rules of protection of the demonstrators, while praising the peaceful demonstrators who refused to be drawn to sabotage and respected law and order.



"While we are saddened and heartfelt by the injury of our demonstrators and the security forces and the destruction and looting of public and private property such as yesterday, we immediately began a professional investigation to find out the causes that led to the incidents," Mahdi said. Early in the demonstrations, to receive all popular demands and work to meet them in accordance with the law, and these committees will continue to work seriously. "



The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces urged everyone to calm down and miss the opportunity for those who are in Iraq and its people.
 

Safety of demonstrators and security forces



"The demonstrator has the right to claim his legitimate rights, and the security forces have the right to maintain the safety of peaceful demonstrators and private and public property," the interior ministry said.
"There were some engineers who tried to empty that peaceful demonstration of its content," ministry spokesman Major General Saad Maan told al-Iraqiya news channel. Casualties among the security forces. "
 

Urgent presidential investigation



Immediately after the violence, Sadr's leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, called on the three presidencies to open an urgent investigation to find out the repercussions of what happened yesterday in Tahrir Square.



In turn, counted the head of the coalition of law, Nuri al-Maliki, what happened yesterday, "unfortunate" and called on the protesters to abide by restraint and compliance with the law and maintain peaceful demonstrations and avoid clashes with the security services or expose public and private interests to damage and sabotage.



For its part, the victory coalition condemned the use of excessive force against peaceful demonstrators, calling on the government to open a thorough investigation and justice.



"While we demand the preservation of security, peace and public and private property, we refuse to politicize popular demonstrations or employ them partisan and reformist," a coalition statement said.
 

Emergency parliamentary session



He also called the head of the National Wisdom Movement, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, to hold an emergency session of the House of Representatives to discuss the repercussions of the demonstrations.



"The use of excessive violence in dispersing the demonstrators is unacceptable and unacceptable," Hakim said in a press statement received by Al-Sabah. "The measures taken to disperse the demonstrations yesterday led to a number of casualties among the demonstrators and the security forces."



Hakim called for "an emergency parliamentary session to find out the causes, reasons and repercussions and encircle sedition and not drag the situation to what does not thank the consequences in order to avoid falling into the forbidden." At the same time, he called on "the security services to deal wisely and carefully to contain the situation and miss the opportunity on the trolls, and urged the demonstrators to be peaceful demonstrations and non-exposure to the security services and not to raise slogans contrary to the Constitution and the law."
 

"Rioters"



For its part, the government media cell, in a statement obtained by "morning", regretted the accompanying yesterday's protests of violence, issued by a group of rioters to overthrow the real content of those demands and stripped of the peaceful for which they came out.



The cell said that while we "declare our solidarity with the freedom of expression guaranteed by the Constitution, and on the basis of the principle of national responsibility, we call on all citizens to calm and restraint, and stress the continuation of the security services in the performance of their duties in order to ensure the safety and security of the demonstrators."



According to the cell statement, the Ministry of Health provided treatment to the wounded who were received by the health institutions, where they recorded one death, while the number of wounded (200) injured, including (40) injured members of the security services, a number of them came out after receiving first aid. 
 

Freedom of expression and demonstration



In addition, the High Commission for Human Rights in Iraq announced its observation of the demonstrations that came out in a number of provinces.



"While stressing freedom of expression, the right to peaceful protest and compliance with legitimate demands to guarantee rights, secure services and employment opportunities, achieve equality and fight corruption, UNHCR is deeply concerned and regretted that security forces have arrested 11 demonstrators in Basra province," a statement said. 30 demonstrators in Wasit province, in addition to the riot forces fired live bullets, tear gas and hot water towards the demonstrators and a part of the demonstrators throwing security forces with stones, injuring hundreds of demonstrators and security forces ".



The Commission called on the security forces to exercise restraint and not to use excessive force against peaceful demonstrators, to protect their lives and to guarantee their right to peaceful demonstrations, while also calling on the demonstrators to preserve their peaceful demonstrations and not to exceed public property and to cooperate with security forces to perpetuate peaceful demonstrations.



The Commission called on the Iraqi government to implement its international obligations signed in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Iraqi Constitution by responding to the legitimate demands of the demonstrators to provide job opportunities and improve the health and educational reality and promote the reality of human rights in all areas to ensure the rights and freedoms of the Iraqi citizen.



The Commission called in its statement "the three presidencies to open an investigation into the events that accompanied the demonstrations and to explain the reasons for their out of control."



A solidarity stand with the demonstrators



On Tuesday, the Iraqi Bar Association organized a solidarity stand at its headquarters in Baghdad to support popular demands and peaceful demonstrations demanding rights.
 

The meeting was attended by the Iraqi Bar Association President Diaa Al-Saadi and a number of members of the Bar Association and the participation of a large number of lawyers. 



During his speech, Saadi called for the need to find immediate remedies for the problems of the country, and to hold accountable the negligent and theft of public money and bring them to the investigation and trial, noting that the Iraqi lawyers are demanding an iron hand to fight the theft of public money and bring them to the investigation and trial.



The Bar Association pointed out that "the syndicate will follow up what is going on and will step up the means of expression by standing with the people and adopting its cases if the desired demands are not realized according to the legal and constitutional frameworks and to enable the people to get out of their current crises."
 

Parliamentary refusal to use force



In turn, the Presidency of the Council of Representatives directed the parliamentary security, defense and human rights committees to open an investigation into the events that accompanied the demonstrations in Tahrir Square. 



The Presidency of the Council of Representatives, in a statement received by the "morning" on the freedom of peaceful demonstrations guaranteed by the Constitution, according to Article 38, calling on security forces to maintain public order with restraint and not to use excessive force with demonstrators.



The Presidency of the Parliament also urged the demonstrators to be peaceful in expressing their demands and not to attack the security forces and preserve public and private property.



In the same context, a number of members of the House of Representatives refused to deal strongly with the demonstrators, deplored MP Majida al-Tamimi attack on the unarmed demonstrators in Tahrir Square, who came out demanding their rights, surprising the use of force to beat them with live bullets and tear gas.



Tamimi said in a statement received by "morning" that "the demonstration is an inherent right guaranteed by law and the Constitution, as long as in the framework of peaceful and not to exceed public and private property and that the Iraqi Constitution has guaranteed the right to freedom of expression according to Article (38)" stating that "the people source of power ".



The head of the National Approach bloc, Ammar Tohme, also rejected the use of violence against peaceful demonstrators or assault on security forces and disturb the relationship between them, calling on all parties to exercise restraint and avoid escalation on which the common enemy is betting.



Tohme called on the government to listen to and respond to legitimate demands in improving services, tackling unemployment, providing equal opportunities and finding serious solutions to the pressing problems of the Iraqi citizen. Amending the election law, ensuring the independence of the bodies responsible for conducting it, fighting financial and administrative corruption, and applying fair standards in the distribution of national wealth among Iraqis.






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A joint statement by the Iraqi Interior and Health Ministries confirmed the death of one person and the injury of two hundred, including forty members of the security services during the demonstrations in Baghdad.





The statement expressed regret for the violence during the protests in Baghdad and a number of provinces , and called on citizens to calm and restraint, with the continued security services in the performance of their duties in order to ensure the safety and security of the demonstrators. The protesters raised slogans demanding radical reforms and fighting corruption.


About these demonstrations, guest of the Iraqi concerns program on the radio "Sputnik" civil activist and Chairman of the Foundation for Human Development Hamid Jahjih:



[rtl]"This demonstration has only one demand, not a set of demands. This demand is for the dismissal of the government of Mr. Adel Abdul Mahdi, for failing to implement its program over a year, which the people promised to implement, in addition to not offering any real project to save the country, either. Concerning corruption, unemployment or deterioration in the health sector. " [/rtl]


Jahjih continued: "The government of Mr. Adel Abdul Mahdi could not name a minister of education for a whole year, how to solve the remaining thorny files and the implementation of its government program during the four years."
 

[rtl]"Public discontent is what led people to agree on yesterday's demonstrations, which came peacefully, despite the suspicious calls, and because they are devoid of power parties, they have been pounced with excessive violence against the demonstrators by the security forces," he said.[/rtl]


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Full stop for the "Facebook" all over Iraq


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A number of social networking sites, including Facebook, stopped suddenly on Wednesday in all parts of Iraq
The stoppage coincided with a growing crowd of demonstrators who decided to head to Tahrir Square in the center of the capital to join the protesters.
Witnesses in different parts of the capital Baghdad, as well as its center (Tahrir Square), demonstrations since yesterday evening and renewed this morning to demand reform. Finished 25 h



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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Iraqi ministers issue statement on demonstrations

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Iraqi ministers issue statement on demonstrations


02 Oct 2019 02:41 PM





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Direct: The Iraqi Council of Ministers issued a statement, stressing that it does not differentiate between demonstrators exercising their constitutional right to peaceful demonstration and members of the security forces who perform their duty to maintain the security of the demonstrators and the security of the country and stability and public property.

The statement stated that a clear distinction must be made between our victims, whether peaceful demonstrators or our heroic security forces protecting them, from non-peaceful aggressors who raised slogans punishable by law that threaten public order and civil peace and deliberately caused the deaths of innocent demonstrators and our security forces who were attacked by knives. Or burned with grenades.

He continued: `` Our priorities have been and will remain focused on achieving its legitimate aspirations and to respond to every fair demand of our dear citizens.We have been keen to develop real solutions to the many problems accumulated decades ago and began to see the desired results and we continue to work to achieve them. ''

"We applaud the sons of our armed forces who have shown a high degree of responsibility, restraint and adherence to the rules of protection of the demonstrators, as well as peaceful demonstrators who refused to be dragged into sabotage and respected law and order," he said.

The statement also pointed out that a professional investigation was launched immediately, in order to identify the causes that led to the incidents.

He also noted that, earlier in the demonstrations, committees had been formed to receive all popular demands and work to meet them in accordance with the law, and these committees will continue to work seriously.

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Demonstrations in Iraq .. and an emergency meeting of the National Security Council


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Live: Demonstrations began Wednesday, in Baghdad and several provinces.

According to the Iraqi News Agency - conscious, more than one demonstration started in Baghdad, and other demonstrations in Dhi Qar, Diwaniya, Diyala, Muthanna, Babylon, Karbala, Najaf, and Kirkuk, so far .

Demonstrators called for better services, jobs and corruption. 

According to the Iraqi News Agency, the demonstrators attempts to storm the buildings of the provinces of Najaf and Dhi Qar, in addition to the province of Wasit.

The demonstrators tried to block several roads, including the main road linking Baghdad and southern cities.

The Information Office of the Iraqi Council of Ministers announced that the National Security Council held an emergency session chaired by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.




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And renewed Wednesday morning, demonstrations in areas north of Baghdad, as security authorities cut a number of vital roads in the center of the capital .

Baghdad and other southern provinces on Tuesday witnessed mass demonstrations demanding better services and fighting corruption, in which at least three civilians were killed and more than 250 wounded.

The Iraqi Ministry of Health yesterday, continued its medical staff to provide treatment to the injured who were received by health institutions, where it recorded one death, while the number of wounded 200 injured, including 40 wounded members of the security services. 



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Statement by the Iraqi National Security Council after an emergency session to discuss the demonstrations


02 Oct 2019 06:48 PM



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Mubasher: The Iraqi National Security Council issued a statement after holding an emergency session on Wednesday.

The Council said in a statement that it met under the chairmanship of Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Adel Abdul Mahdi to discuss the unfortunate events that accompanied the demonstrations on Tuesday and the loss of a number of victims and injured among citizens and members of the security forces.

 The Council affirmed the freedom of demonstrations, expression and the legitimate demands of the demonstrators, while denouncing the acts of sabotage that accompanied them.

The Council affirmed that appropriate measures should be taken to protect citizens and public and private property, as well as to define responsibility cutters for the security forces.

The Council stressed the use of all government efforts to meet the legitimate requirements of the demonstrators .

The Council stressed the importance of the role of the media in raising awareness of the importance of maintaining the security and stability of the country, through government media, the Iraqi media network and national media by highlighting the efforts and achievements of the government in all areas, and to detect violations and any attack or burning or looting of public and private property and targeting forces Security that performs its duty to protect demonstrators by various means.

And renewed on Wednesday, demonstrations in a number of Iraqi areas, as security authorities cut a number of vital roads in the center of the capital .

Baghdad and other southern provinces on Tuesday witnessed mass demonstrations demanding better services and fighting corruption, in which at least three civilians were killed and more than 250 wounded.

The Iraqi Ministry of Health yesterday, continued its medical staff to provide treatment to the injured who were received by health institutions, where it recorded one death, while the number of wounded 200 injured, including 40 wounded members of the security services.

According to the Iraqi News Agency, the demonstrators attempts to storm the buildings of the provinces of Najaf and Dhi Qar, in addition to the province of Wasit.

The demonstrators tried to block several roads, including the main road linking Baghdad and southern cities.

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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Sadr announces his refusal to encroach on unarmed protesters

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Muqtada al-Sadr, the leader of the Sadrist movement, announced on Wednesday his refusal to assault demonstrators.


Al-Sadr said in a tweet on his site "Twitter" and seen by Alsumaria News, "We do not want and do not see the interest to turn the popular demonstrations into demonstrations (currents) or else we ordered the revolutionaries of the reform demonstrators with them, but we want to maintain its popularity completely."






He called for "peaceful demonstrations, even if they are supported by peaceful sit-ins or a general strike involving all the people," expressing his rejection of "encroaching on unarmed demonstrators who do not want high ground, corruption or violence."
 
Hundreds of demonstrators have come out since Tuesday, in a number of provinces of the country, while dozens were injured as a result of clashes with security forces.


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Why are Iraqis Protesting against the Govt?

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Why are Iraqis Protesting against the Govt?

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From Al Jazeera. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.
Iraq’s barely year old government is being forced to deal with the largest nationwide protests since taking over.
Riot police contained demonstrators in Baghdad on Wednesday, 24 hours after bullets and tear gas were fired.
At least three people died and hundreds of others were injured in Baghdad as well as other cities.
The mostly young protesters are angry at high levels of corruption, unemployment, and poor public services.
Are Iraq’s leaders listening? And why isn’t the government able to deliver?
Presenter:

  • Folly Bah Thibault


Guests:

  • Ali Al-Nashmi – Political analyst and specialist on the modern history of Iraq

  • Judit Neurink – Political Analyst and founder of the Independent Media Centre in Kurdistan

  • Yusuf Alabarda – Middle East analyst











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As Anti-Iran Sentiments Rise, Protests erupt in Iraq

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By Ali Mamouri for Al-Monitor. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.

As violent protests continued for a second day in Baghdad and other southern Iraqi cities, head of the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) Falih al-Fayyadh arrived in Washington to meet with US Defense Secretary Mark Esper Oct. 2.

This comes in conjunction with the US Embassy in Baghdad urging all parties to avoid using violence.

The mass protests erupted on Tuesday. According to the Iraqi government, at least two people were killed and more than 200 wounded, including 40 security officers, during the first day of protests.

Security forces used tear gas, water cannons and live fire to disperse demonstrators.


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty UN Special Representative meets protesters, calls for calm and stresses the importance of a direct dialogue

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Baghdad, 2 October 2019 - In line with UNAMI’s mandate to advise and support, the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, met with a number of protesters in Baghdad tonight. The Special Representative reiterated her call for calm and emphasized the importance of a direct dialogue between the people on the streets and Iraq’s leadership.


The protesters are demanding economic reforms, jobs, reliable public services, accountability, prudent and impartial governance, and an end to corruption. "These are legitimate and longstanding demands. A direct dialogue, to discuss ways forward and to bring about immediate and tangible results, is of great importance.”



Ms. Hennis-Plasschaert urged the authorities to exercise maximum restraint in the handling of the protests and to give peaceful protesters space to freely speak their minds, in keeping with the law. “The ability to preserve the right to protest is a sign of political and democratic maturity. Moreover, the use of force only fuels the anger, de-escalation is urgently needed" she said, warning against the infiltration of these demonstrations by parties with political and/or other agendas undermining the main cause of the protesters.



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Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy Baghdad, Iraq (October 3, 2019)


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Location:  Baghdad and other major cities, with the exception of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region.
Event:  Demonstrations have occurred throughout the week and are ongoing.  Although large, these are both sporadic and spontaneous.  Per local reports, several people have been killed and hundreds injured in the demonstrations.  Internet access was suspended in most of the country.  As of dawn on Thursday, October 3, the Iraqi government has imposed a curfew in Baghdad, barring both pedestrian and vehicle traffic throughout the city with the exception of emergency services and travel to Baghdad Airport.  Provincial governors have the option to impose a similar curfew in their provinces.  Therefore, routine consular services are suspended until the curfew is lifted.  Applicants should reschedule via the Embassy Web site.  The Embassy is staffed for emergency calls, although the section’s ability to respond continues to be limited due to the security situation.
Actions to Take:

  • Per the May 2019 travel advisory, do not travel to Iraq

  • Avoid areas of demonstrations

  • Comply with directives from authorities

  • Monitor local media for updates



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Follow-up Mawazine News

Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi announced a complete curfew in Baghdad from 5 am on Thursday until further notice.

Nine people, including a policeman, were killed in 24 hours in Iraq, where the demand for demonstrations widened.

The government, formed nearly a year ago, appears to have made a firm choice in the face of its first public exam, although this has not discouraged protesters who continued their influx into the central rally in Baghdad and several southern cities.

Five demonstrators were shot dead on Wednesday evening in Nasiriyah in Dhi Qar province, along with a policeman, the day after a protester was killed in the city, 300 km south of Baghdad, a local official said, without identifying sources of fire.

In contrast, two demonstrators have been killed since Tuesday in Baghdad, where protests spread to more than six neighborhoods in the capital. In several neighborhoods of Baghdad, demonstrators set tires and cut off key roads.

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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Halbousi invites coordinators of demonstrations to attend the session on Saturday

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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News 

Parliament Speaker Mohammad al-Halbousi called the coordinators of the demonstrations to attend Saturday's session.

A parliamentary source said that Halbousi invited the coordinators of the demonstrations to attend Saturday's session.
Halbousi said according to the source that the duty is to protect citizens and maintain property.

The Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi announced on Wednesday night, a curfew in Baghdad, as demonstrators continue to gather in the center of the capital for the second day of bloody protests.

The curfew, which runs from 5 am on Thursday until further notice, will affect "wheels and personnel in Baghdad."

The government, formed nearly a year ago, appears to have made a firm choice in the face of its first public exam, although this has not discouraged protesters who continued their influx into central rallying points in Baghdad and several southern cities.

Five demonstrators were shot dead on Wednesday evening in Nasiriyah, Dhi Qar province, in addition to a policeman, the day after a demonstrator was martyred in the city, 300 km south of Baghdad, according to a local official, without identifying the sources of fire.
On the other hand, two demonstrators were martyred since Tuesday in Baghdad, where the protests extended to more than six neighborhoods in the capital.

Demonstrators in several districts of Baghdad set tires and cut off key roads.

This came as the three presidencies (President Barham Saleh, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and Parliament Speaker Mohammed Halbousi) held an urgent meeting to "discuss the mechanism to respond to the demands of the protesters," while Iraqi Defense Minister Najah al-Shammari, on Wednesday, to prepare all military sectors to preserve the sovereignty of the state and facilities Government, vital targets, embassies and all diplomatic missions.

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Demonstrators in Iraq do not want "no politicians or generalized" in their protests, which began two days ago, in opposition to corruption, nepotism and unemployment.

"This movement is unlike anything before it," said demonstrator Majid Saher, 34, in Baghdad.

Protesters say large gatherings in Baghdad and several major cities in the south of the country were not formed by the call of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr or Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, whose opinion is somewhat crucial in Iraqi political decisions. This is the first time such spontaneous protests have taken place.

"There is no leader in the demonstrations, look at our numbers! We are all young, we are all unemployed," Hussein Mohamed told AFP.

Unemployment affects 25 percent of Iraqi youth, while the public sector, which was the refuge of all university graduates under Saddam Hussein, has been hit by inflation and is no longer able to absorb them.

Almost every day in almost every city or district of Iraq, unemployed graduates organize modest sit-ins that are carelessly met. This time, however, they took to the streets, and all were indignant to the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, whose first candle was extinguished at the end of this month.

War-weary Iraq has suffered chronic power and water shortages for years and ranks 12th on the list of the world's most corrupt countries, according to Transparency International.

Official reports indicate that since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003, corruption has swallowed about $ 450 billion in public funds, four times the state budget, and more than double Iraq's gross domestic product.

"Stolen Dreams"

"We only get lies and promises from the government and the politicians that they never deliver. The parties have stolen all our dreams," she said. "There is no place for the poor in this country."
Former militant Walid Ahmed, who never stops coughing amid black smoke billowing from tires fired by protesters at key intersections in Baghdad on Wednesday, says the move cannot be brought down by politicians.

"Our first problem is corruption. We killed us. Today, we just want the people and our country. We don't want political parties, prominent figures or generalists, we don't want them to join our movement."

In the opinion of the expert in the Iraqi affairs Fanar Haddad that the spontaneous nature of the protests, the first exam of the government of Mahdi, unprecedented.

"This is the first time that there have been mass and violent demonstrations without the participation of the Sadrist movement," he told AFP.

Death of a "legend"

He points out that the demonstrations that began Tuesday, whatever the outcome, will show one thing for Iraqis and those who are watching, that "the myth that only followers of Moqtada al-Sadr can get people out of the streets is dead."

"It seems to me that the people themselves can take the people to the streets," Haddad said.

Sadr himself, when he called Wednesday night for a "general strike", was keen to stress that he did not want to turn "popular demonstrations" into "demonstrations."

But Haddad warns that the independence of the movement called for by social media and not supported by any party "is a double-edged sword for the government and the demonstrators."

On the one hand, the street has become aware of its weight through "an uncontrollable wave that extends from one neighborhood to another and from one city to another," and on the other hand no one knows "where this wave is heading?"

The famous slogan of the "Arab Spring" in 2011 "The people want to overthrow the regime" has no resonance in Iraq, where positions are distributed according to religious affiliation.

Therefore, Haddad believes that "power is distributed, so there is no king to send it to the guillotine" in Iraq.



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Seven people were killed Thursday in demonstrations in Iraqi cities, including six in the city of Nasiriyah in Dhi Qar province, and another in Hilla, south of Baghdad, taking the death toll to 28 since the demonstrations began Tuesday.
Demonstrators defied the curfew, which took effect in the Iraqi capital Baghdad at dawn on Thursday, coinciding with the decision to form a committee to deal with the demands of the demonstrators.
On Tuesday, Iraq witnessed the launch of a protest movement demanding the departure of the "corrupt" and securing job opportunities for young people, which now extended to most southern cities.
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On Thursday, Iraqi security forces again fired live ammunition to disperse demonstrators gathered in central Baghdad despite a curfew that went into effect at dawn.
This new day is a real test for the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, which at the end of this month completes its first year in power.
Since Tuesday, social discontent between resentment of corruption, unemployment and lack of public services has spread to cities in the south of the country. To date, this movement seems spontaneous. No political or religious party or leader has expressed support for it, in what is considered a precedent in Iraq.
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Riot police fired "live bullets" into the air to disperse dozens of demonstrators who lit tires in Tahrir Square and repelled the protesters towards sub-streets adjacent to the main gathering place.
Tahrir Square is a traditional starting point for demonstrations in Baghdad, separated from the Green Zone by the Republic Bridge, where security forces have been tightened since Tuesday.
Al-Hurra correspondent pointed to the demonstrations of hundreds, surrounded by security forces, in the Batawin area of ​​Baghdad, near Tahrir Square, a popular area with many alleys, which facilitates the escape of demonstrators from the security forces.
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According to the reporter, demonstrators stormed the municipal council of Rifai district in southern Iraq, and the security forces opened fire to disperse them. The reporter later reported the death of a protester and the injury of 27 others in the judiciary.
In the city of Amara, four people were killed and 62 injured, ranging from choking, gunshot wounds and injuries to stones. Al-Hurra correspondent pointed to the burning of the buildings of the Maysan Provincial Council and Maysan province and the headquarters of four parties.
In Kut, two people were killed and about 70 others were injured in violence that accompanied protests that took place on Wednesday evening and early Thursday.
In Najaf province, life appeared normal on Thursday with a curfew. Najaf police confirmed that they "will treat those who attack public and private property and institutions as a terrorist."
The province witnessed mass demonstrations on Wednesday for the second day in a row continued until midnight at night in Najaf and the third at dawn in Kufa and the occurrence of fleeing and clashes with security forces.
Demonstrators moved from Revolution Square to Sadrin Square near the governorate building and the provincial council before friction with security forces there, and set fire to the headquarters of Hezbollah, the Islamic Dawa Party, the Dawa Party of Iraq organization, the stream of wisdom and the National Congress.
Close the crossing
An Iraqi official said Baghdad had closed the Khosravi border crossing with Iran in the eastern province of Diyala because of the unrest, adding that it would remain closed until further notice.

Iranian state television reported that the border had been closed because of the "situation" in Iraq.
Explosions in the Green Zone
The US-led coalition issued a statement saying it was monitoring the protests. "We call on all parties to reduce tensions and renounce violence."
Coalition spokesman Colonel Miles Cajens said Thursday morning explosions had been heard in the Green Zone. Iraqi forces are investigating, noting that no coalition facilities have been hit.
"Coalition forces always reserve the right to defend ourselves, and attacks on our personnel will not be tolerated."

An Iraqi security official said two mortar rounds landed in the Green Zone in an open place and caused no casualties.
Committee and national dialogue
In the meantime, the Iraqi agency said that the three presidencies decided to "form an official committee to deal with the demands of the demonstrators and launch a comprehensive national dialogue on reform and the pursuit of job opportunities."
He called the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbusi coordinators of the demonstrations to attend the meeting of the Council next Saturday.
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi announced a curfew in Baghdad after a number of people were killed and hundreds injured in protests against the government, which began on Tuesday and spread in most of the Iraqi provinces, demanding accountability for corrupt people and the fight against unemployment.
The curfew, which runs from 5 am Thursday (3 GMT) until further notice, will affect "wheels and personnel in Baghdad."
A loud explosion was heard late Wednesday night in Baghdad's fortified Green Zone, which houses government buildings and the headquarters of foreign embassies, witnesses said.
It was not immediately clear what caused the explosion, but an Iraqi soldier working inside the area confirmed that the explosion occurred there, without giving further details.


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The meeting of the presidencies with the blocks resulted in 12 points to absorb the anger of the demonstrators


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The three presidencies and leaders of blocs and political parties in the House of Representatives held an urgent meeting in the Peace Palace in Baghdad following the impact of the protests in the country, has resulted in a number of points to contain the crisis.

The meeting was held at the invitation of the President of the Republic Barham Saleh on Wednesday evening in the presence of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbousi and leaders and heads of blocs.

A statement issued by the Presidency of the Republic said on Thursday that it was stressed during the meeting the need to respect democratic principles that guarantee the right of citizens to demonstrate and express their protest by various peaceful means. 

The meeting appreciates the national keenness shown by the peaceful demonstrators to maintain security and maintain order and adhere to the peaceful nature of the demonstrations, and appreciation of the important role of the military and security forces and their dedication to the service of the country and the protection of public order Remnants.

The statement added that the meeting stresses the need to accelerate the taking of accurate and honest investigative measures on what happened in the demonstrations of the past two days, and to emphasize restraint and respect for the law and prevent the use of excessive force in dealing with events, and emphasize the legal and social responsibility in the face of engineers who want to target Public security and diverting demands from their popular and peaceful paths.

The meeting also stressed the following:

- The need for direct communication between the government and representatives of the demonstrators to maintain good understanding and work together for reform and desired change in a way that preserves the country and the people and establish security and stability.In this context, it was emphasized to form an official committee to deal with the immediate demands of the demonstrators.

- Support the government and the House of Representatives to achieve structural economic and government reforms and meet the legitimate aspirations of the people and the development of a program and action steps and real timetables to achieve these demands on the groundSpecifically:

Immediately initiate the adoption of the Law of the Reconstruction Council and the Social Security Law and the formation of the Federal Service Council to determine employment contexts with transparent and fair mechanisms.

Constructive and productive cooperation between the government, parliament and the judiciary to take direct action on corruption cases and files, and to work with the various forces represented in the parliament, in order to facilitate the task of the judiciary in order to preserve the rights and public money under deterrent legal procedures.

- Providing job opportunities to eliminate unemployment and improve the lives of young people by equitably distributing appointments and employment in the government sector, expanding employment in the investment sector, and stimulating small and large enterprise initiatives.

- Ensure the necessary conditions for initiating the agreements and understandings concluded by the government with companies and countries for major projects in the field of services that are delayed in solving their problems.

- Constructing constructive plans to provide adequate housing for all and to consider improving minimum per capita income.

- Launching a frank and constructive national dialogue on reform and its requirements, so as to ensure that the reform steps are collective, real and far-reaching.

- Emphasizing that the citizen is the basic wealth of Iraq, including the prevention of any violation of the rights of the citizen and his dignity.

- Emphasize the formation of a national parliamentary bloc in support of reform and support necessary changes in the ministerial composition to achieve the reform program and the provision of services.

- Inviting Iraqi intellectuals and researchers to contribute to reform through their proposals and proposals.

The participants stressed the importance of respecting the peaceful popular movement, and investing it as an added means to promote the will of reform, and that our people be wary of the trainees and engineers who are trying to divert the path of peaceful popular movement to target the national security and the higher interests of Iraqis.

The participants called on the media to commit themselves to objectivity, avoid excitement and emphasize social peace and maintain public security.

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Video: Death Toll rises to 20 as Unrest Spreads


4th October 2019 


From Al Jazeera. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.

The death toll from three days of mass anti-government protests in Iraq has risen to 20, with hundreds more wounded as authorities imposed curfew in several cities and cut internet access across much of the country to quell unrest.

The protests, which began in capital Baghdad on Tuesday, are mostly spontaneous and without political leadership, staged by disenchanted youth demanding jobs, improved services, such as electricity and water, and an end to Iraq’s endemic corruption.

The demonstrations have since spread to cities across the mainly Shia south, making it the most serious challenge to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi’s year-old government.

Al Jazeera’s Osama Bin Javaid has the latest:







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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty UN Special Representative welcomes PM Abdul-Mahdi’s address Dialogue must pave the way to understanding, reconciliation and progress

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Baghdad, 4 October 2019 - The Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, welcomed last night’s address of Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi emphasizing the need for unity, dialogue and action.


Ms. Hennis-Plasschaert: “Iraqis have overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges in the past. Their resolve and spirit of unity triumphed in the fight against Da’esh, a brutal enemy that threatened the country's very existence. If Iraqis are to rebuild a prosperous, inclusive and resilient country - a nation whose sovereignty is strong enough to resist entities that actively seek to hinder, delay or undermine Iraq’s stability - this same unity must continue to prevail. There is an opportunity to move forward. 

The interests of the country must be prioritised above all else. Its people and its forces must join hands to defend hard-won victories. Dialogue must pave the way to understanding, reconciliation and progress.”

“The longstanding demands are legitimate, and immediate, tangible results are of great importance to revive public trust. At the same time, one cannot expect quick fixes or miracles in dealing with the legacy of the past and the many challenges of the present. 

Moreover, a government cannot go it alone: it is a joint responsibility. Iraq’s daunting challenges did not arise overnight, nor are they solely the product of Iraqi actions. The harsh reality is that it takes time to deliver. Iraqis must press ahead, in unity, and with an engaged United Nations at their side.”

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For more information, please contact: Mr. Samir Ghattas, Director of Public Information/Spokesperson
United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq, Phone: +964 790 193 1281, Email: ghattass@un.org
or the UNAMI Public Information Office: unami-information@un.org



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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Abdul Mahdi in a speech after the escalation of protests: Iraq before the options of state and state

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 Abdul Mahdi addressed a truce speech to Iraqis today after the escalation of protests in the country during the last hours in an unprecedented warning that this is starting to increase the pace of losses.


He pointed to the danger of politicizing the demonstrations, kidnapping and taking them away from their goals. 

He said Iraq is between two options now, namely the state and the state. He stressed that all detainees will be released and the victims will be considered martyrs in advance.

Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said in a televised address to Iraqis early Friday morning that Iraq was "now in a delicate situation that we are trying to avoid, from breaching security to the destruction of the state. "We have two choices: state or non-state."


He stressed his standing with the people, reviewing what he called the achievements of his government within a year of its formation .. He called on Iraqis to "not pay attention to the advocates of despair who are trying to deceive you and seek to militarize society again." 


He pointed out that his government has embarked on wide political, economic and service reforms, providing job opportunities and fighting corruption. He stressed the need to restore life to normal in all provinces and respect the rule of law.


"The security measures we are taking, including curfews, are compulsory for them, such as bitter medicine. Security is our first responsibility to preserve the lives, property and interests of citizens," he said.


He also warned against those who said he was trying to politicize the demonstrations, kidnap them and get them out of their legitimate targets.



"The escalation of the demonstration is starting to increase the pace of loss of life, but we have made firm plans not to use excessive force," Mahdi said. He said it was decided to release all the arrested demonstrators and consider the victims, including them, and security men as martyrs with their rights.


He called on the House of Representatives to allow a ministerial change away from political quota. "Your voice is heard before your protests and your demands to fight corruption, job opportunities and care for young people are true demands," he told the protesters. "Our goal is also to help the government achieve your aspirations. We will cooperate with you in implementing your demands."


But he pointed to the lack of magic solutions to all the problems of the country within one year "because the legacy is old and heavy" .. He stressed, "I bear the leadership of the country at this sensitive stage."


Abdul Mahdi promised to work on reforming the country's political system and stressed the demonstrators should not allow the language of escalation to rise in a sensitive and insecure atmosphere.
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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty UN: No quick reforms or miracles can be expected to address Iraq's challenges

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Follow-up Mawazine News




The Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq, Ms. Jenin Hennes-Blachart, welcomed Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi's speech last night in which he stressed the need for unity, dialogue and action
. They cannot overcome them. Their resolve and the spirit of unity prevailed in the fight against IS, the brutal enemy that threatened the very existence of the country.

 If Iraqis want to rebuild a prosperous, inclusive and resilient state - a sovereign that is strong enough to resist entities that are desperately trying to disrupt, delay or undermine Iraq's stability - this same unity must continue. There is an opportunity to move forward, and the interests of the country must be prioritized above all else, and the people of Iraq and troops must unite to defend hard-won victories. Dialogue should also pave the way for understanding, reconciliation and progress. ”


The Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq added: “Long-standing demands are legitimate, and immediate tangible results are of great importance for reviving the confidence of citizens. At the same time, one cannot expect quick reforms or miracles in dealing with the legacy of the past and meeting the many challenges of the present. Moreover, the Government cannot do this alone because it is a shared responsibility.

 
“The enormous challenges facing Iraq have not arisen overnight, nor are they the product of Iraqi actions,” Haines-Blaskhart said. The bitter truth is that it takes time to achieve results. Iraqis must move forward with the unification and with the involvement of the United Nations on their side. ”

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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Sistani calls on the Iraqi government to take clear and practical steps towards reform

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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News 

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's top Shi'ite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani warned on Friday of serious repercussions of violence and counter-violence, referring to clashes in some areas between demonstrators and security forces that fired live bullets and tear gas.

He condemned the attacks on peaceful demonstrators and security forces, and warned of serious repercussions in the event of violence against protesters.

The Iraqi police sources, in addition to medical sources, reported on Friday, the death toll of demonstrations in Iraq to 44 and hundreds of wounded, according to Reuters news agency reported. The sources added that the highest number of deaths occurred in the southern city of Nasiriyah, where 18 died, while 16 were killed in the capital Baghdad.

Sistani stressed in a statement Friday sermon on the need to fight corruption, saying, "The judiciary did not do its duty to fight corruption." He called for the Iraqi government to take clear and practical steps towards reform.

He also called on the Iraqi government to provide employment opportunities for citizens.

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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Sadr calls on others to suspend their membership in parliament until a government program is accepted by the people

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Called the cleric Moqtada al - Sadr, are moving deputies to suspend their membership in parliament until the government program acceptable to the people
, he said al- Sadr said in a statement, said that the deputies are moving suspension of membership in the House of Representatives without delay. "

He added that" it will continue until the issuance of a ministerial program satisfies the people and reference Religious. "
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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Iraqi Prime Minister calls on parliament to grant him the power to make government amendments

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Iraqi Prime Minister calls on parliament to grant him the power to make government amendments


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Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has urged lawmakers to support his cabinet reshuffle and called for calm after three days of bloody unrest rocking the country.


He said in a speech broadcast on state television, "We demand the House of Representatives and political forces full commitment to give the Prime Minister the power to complete his cabinet and make ministerial adjustments away from political quotas."
Abdul Mahdi said there was no "magic solution" to the problems of governance and the exploitation of chronic power in Iraq, but vowed to try to pass a law that would give poor families a basic wage.
"Your voice is heard before you demonstrate and your demands to fight corruption and comprehensive reform are right," Abdel Mahdi told the demonstrators.
 







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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty The Fatah Alliance grants the Prime Minister full powers to implement the reform package

Post by claud39 on Fri Oct 04, 2019 4:40 pm

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In light of the directives of the supreme religious authority, we stand with the legitimate demands of the demonstrators and adopt some of the directives and recommendations of the religious authority. Cooperate with other political blocs to provide these reforms within a maximum period of ten days.


We also entrust the Prime Minister with full powers to implement the reform package, including any ministerial reshuffle, government change or any legislation he deems necessary to achieve this reform package.


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Maliki calls MPs to take responsibility and attend the meeting tomorrow

Post by claud39 on Fri Oct 04, 2019 4:44 pm

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Head of the State of Law coalition, Mr. Nuri al-Maliki today called on the deputies of parliament to take responsibility and attend to the sessions of the parliament a quorum in order to find legal exits for the demands of peaceful demonstrators.


The following is the text of the invitation:

Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim

Consistent with the convergence of views and the opening of dialogue between the relevant government bodies and the peaceful popular movement demanded, and in response to the rational reference speech today and the need to respond to the legal demands of the demonstrators and the formation of a higher committee to put corrective touches on the course of the political process and outputs, we call on all political blocs and members of the House of Representatives to Take full responsibility and contribute to meet the demands of the people who elected them and chose them for this task, and mobilize all political forces and tighten the button of serious work and holding sessions of the House of Representatives full quorum to find legal exits In order to respond to the ministries and state institutions to the real popular demands in the provision of services, and that the Council responds to the call of reference and directions of the government and the voice of legitimate demands of the demonstrators, and find quick remedies for the appointment of holders of certificates and the employment of unemployed hands and support farmers and agriculture and private sector projects and address the lack of services and structure






On the other hand, we also call on our protesting children to preserve their demands and not to waste them with the propaganda of those who are riding the popular wave with the support of foreign trumpets whose role has been exposed publicly through campaigns of intimidation and spreading lies. Protesters, and the protection of public and private institutions and property from the hands of the abusers, and to distinguish between the demonstrator for a real demand and those who want to sabotage, killing and destruction.


I pray to God to spare Iraq and the Iraqis all the plot and conspiracy and ask him to reconcile all the government and people to harmony on the supreme national interest and to find decent living, security and stability.


Peace, mercy and blessings of God be upon you


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Iraq .. Muqtada al-Sadr calls for the resignation of the government and the holding of early elections

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Iraq .. Muqtada al-Sadr calls for the resignation of the government and the holding of early elections


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The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, on Friday, called for the resignation of the government "cracking down" and start holding early elections.




Sadr said in a handwritten statement: "Inject the Iraqi blood Sharif resignation of the government" Shala Qlaa "Let's begin early elections under the supervision of the United Nations."


He continued: "What happens from the disregard for Iraqi blood can not be tolerated."


The leader of the Sadrist movement, the Governor of Zamili in a statement to the network "Rudaw" media, the authenticity of the statement attributed to Sadr. 




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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Iraq .. Haider al-Abadi calls for early elections and the formation of a constitutional government

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Iraq .. Haider al-Abadi calls for early elections and the formation of a constitutional government


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The head of the "Victory Coalition" and former Iraqi Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, on Friday, called for early elections and the formation of a constitutional government.




In a blog post on Facebook, Haider al-Abadi made a series of proposals on the current situation in Iraq against the backdrop of protests in the country.

The position of Abadi, a former prime minister, hours after the position of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, who called for the resignation of the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi.

In an open letter to the people and political forces, Abadi said that "to ensure that the horizon is not blocked by the reforms demanded by the people, early elections are called for the formation of a legitimate constitutional government capable of carrying out its national tasks with a time limit not exceeding 2020."

He called for "the formation of a criminal court for corruption, independent of judges known for their impartiality and impartiality and the removal of suspicions of corruption from the judiciary, and draws on international expertise, and the court is committed to open all files and bring the spoilers to the courts by 2020."

He also proposed in his letter "to freeze the work of the current provincial councils, and to consider local governments caretaker governments until the election of new provincial councils 2020".

The leader of the coalition victory (has 42 seats in parliament) on the need to "the government is committed to neutralize political parties and entities from interfering with the work of the state with all its institutions, and directly to confine arms to the state."




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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Halbousi: Iraqis are running out of patience and we need a real revolution

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Halbousi: Iraqis are running out of patience and we need a real revolution


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The speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Mohammed al-Halbousi, that "the patience of Iraqis ran out", and there is a need for "a real revolution," noting his support for the demonstrators and calling on the government to listen to their voice.






Halbousi said in a speech on Friday amid continuing mass protests in Iraq, it must be to maintain the peaceful demonstrations, and property and public facilities, stressing at the same time the need to provide jobs for graduates.

The President of the Iraqi Council of Representatives that he is working to resolve the housing crisis by building housing for low-income, and support the Housing Fund, pointing out that the State is working to resolve the housing crisis through three axes, while saying: "We confirm our support for the demonstrators and their demands."

Al-Halbousi stressed that the country needs a "real revolution" to fight the so-called "whales of corruption", calling for accountability of the corrupt and fighting the bureaucracy.

The speaker of the House of Representatives warned of the engineers who are trying to sabotage the Iraqi facilities built from the sustenance of the Iraqi people, pointing at the same time that the message of the demonstrators arrived.

Al-Halbousi called on Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to investigate the circumstances of the deaths during the demonstrations. He also called on the government to listen to the voice of the people and fulfill the demands of the demonstrators.

The capital Baghdad and southern provinces in Iraq are witnessing mass protests for the fourth day in a row over the deteriorating economic and living conditions in the country and the failure to prosecute corrupt people, demanding the overthrow of the government and improve services and fight corruption. The demonstrations resulted in dozens of deaths and injuries and the arrest of more than 400 people.

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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right Empty Dozens of the Iraqi community in Germany are demonstrating and chanting the overthrow of the regime

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Dozens of the Iraqi community in Germany are demonstrating and chanting the overthrow of the regime


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Dozens of members of the Iraqi community in Germany on Friday staged demonstrations in the city of Berlin in support of protests in the capital Baghdad and a number of central and southern provinces.

"The people want to overthrow the regime," "Iran is his righteousness," and "Mansoura, Baghdad," they chanted.

The protesters chanted slogans against the parties in power, stressing the need for the European Union and the United Nations to support the protests in Iraq.

The demonstrators demanded Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to resign.
Sweden witnessed similar demonstrations by the Iraqi community yesterday afternoon.

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