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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Oct 07, 2019 11:22 pm

Saleh: There are no orders to shoot demonstrators

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2019/10/07 11:07:16
The President of the Republic Barham Saleh, on Monday, the absence of orders from the government to shoot demonstrators.

Saleh said in a televised speech that "the government and the leaders of the security services confirmed the absence of orders to shoot at the demonstrators," noting that "it is painful to see the Iraqi blood wasted among the demonstrators and security forces."

"Targeting demonstrators and security forces with live bullets is unacceptable in Iraq, which we have accepted and pledged to be democratic and in which all abide by the constitution," he said.

"The protests came against the backdrop of misery, grievances and a sense of need for reform," Saleh said.

He pointed out that "the Iraqi economy has been depleted due to security challenges, but financial and administrative corruption hampered the chances of progress and the possibility of transferring the country to the ranks of other countries," adding that "partisan quotas refuse to leave us, and will be held accountable for the outlaws," calling for "peaceful demonstrations and lack Allow anyone to steal your dreams and aspirations. "


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