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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Oct 31, 2019 10:53 pm

Thousands come to Tahrir Square to reject the President's speech

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31-10-2019 09:39 PM

Baghdad / News

Thousands of protesters flocked on Thursday to Tahrir Square in central Baghdad and other demonstration yards to express their rejection of President Barham Saleh's speech.

Saleh said he would agree to hold early elections, amend the election law, and form a new commission, but this did not meet the wishes of the demonstrators who raised the ceiling of their demands to change the parliamentary system. Some, according to observers.

After the end of Barham Saleh's speech, the protesters took to the Tahrir Square in Baghdad, the demonstration yards in Basra in the south of the country, and the provinces of Babylon and Dhi Qar. , As they put it.

Demonstrators said in a statement to an Arab site, "mass demonstrations will start hours after now in a number of fields of Baghdad, as it was agreed to come out at a specific hour, not in Tahrir Square alone, but in various areas; to express the rejection of President Saleh's speech, he is He did not bring anything new, and what he talked about was promised by politicians previously, and today he repeats it. "

According to the coordinator of the demonstrations, "tomorrow Friday will be a huge rally in all provinces of the country, in conjunction with the letter of religious authority in Najaf, as it is expected to issue several directives concerning the protest movement and related demands, and the fate of the Prime Minister."

In the first place, the Iraqis are demanding the removal of Iran's penetrating influence in the country and the end of the role of its proxies and associated armed groups, which have dominated the political arena for years and influenced its influence, with millions of citizens remaining below the poverty line in an oil country.

Saleh said in a televised address to the Iraqi people, demonstrators and security forces, that `` Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has agreed to submit his resignation, asking the political blocs to reach an acceptable alternative, in light of the commitment to constitutional and legal contexts and to prevent a constitutional vacuum. ''

He added that "the demands of the Iraqi people put us to the test, and in the afflictions and adversity shows the sincere and sincere and the real men of the homeland." He stressed that "the status quo is not sustainable, and we really need major changes must be made."

But this was met with indignation by Iraqi activists and observers, who saw these “promises” as a procrastination to the real demands of the protesters, and to maintain the influence of powerful forces and parties.

The journalist Omar al-Shaher: "The president reproduced the prime minister's speeches and re-broadcast .. It was clear the failure of all efforts of understanding during the past three days, as the president tried to suggest that he is not with them, by stressing that he is biased to the demonstrators, and the conclusion is that the group is not in the Ward To give up the miss of their interests to the people. "

Al-Shaher said in a blog post on Facebook that "the solution is a new and new million, so that they understand that events have gone beyond the structural speeches, and the development of a list of demands within the battlegrounds include clear steps during the transition, to respond to the attempt to strike demonstrations by accusing them of marching to the unknown."

President Saleh's speech on social media was also criticized and rejected, as activists considered him not to touch the essence of the problem plaguing Iraq and still in the “patchwork” circle of the political process, which protesters are demanding to remove all its symbols.

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