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Post by RamblerNash on Sat Oct 26, 2019 7:31 pm

UN offers help to Iraqi authorities: government measures take time

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2019/10/26 08:07:17
 
The United Nations Special Representative for Iraq, Jenin Hennes-Blachart, predicted on Saturday that the measures taken by the Iraqi government will take time to meet the demonstrators.

"I deeply regret and condemn further loss of life and injury," she said in a statement condemning the destruction of public and private property. It also expresses its deep concern at the attempt by armed entities to impede the stability and unity of Iraq and to undermine the right of people to peaceful assembly and their legitimate demands.

"Protecting human lives is always the first priority. Armed entities that sabotage peaceful demonstrations and undermine the government's credibility and ability to act cannot be tolerated. Iraq has come a long way and will not be able to slide back into a new cycle of violence.

"It is sad and disturbing to see a resurgence of violence and deaths and injuries. Social media restrictions remain and Internet service is intermittent."

"We acknowledge and welcome that the security forces, unlike in early October, have assisted wounded demonstrators and ensured the freedom of movement of medical units.

"All parties should redouble their efforts on the ground not only to prevent provocative actions and unnecessary confrontations, but also to stand together against armed saboteurs. In addition, while the report of the commission of inquiry is a welcome step in the right direction, the continuing calls for accountability should be met," she said. At the right level and without delay. "

The Special Representative reiterated that it would take time to implement the various measures announced by the Government in the past weeks. A constructive dialogue on the way forward will be in everyone's interest.

"The United Nations stands ready to help, including by supporting the Iraqi authorities in their efforts to meet legitimate demands for change: accountability and transparency, ending corruption, improving public services, strengthening governance, and creating an enabling environment for growth and employment.

“I also call on all leaders to set an example through their actions.

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