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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Iraqi delegation convey to EU officials the demands of the demonstrators .. Foremost change the government

Post by claud39 on Fri Nov 22, 2019 9:04 am

Iraqi delegation convey to EU officials the demands of the demonstrators .. Foremost change the government


Friday 22 November 2019



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BAGHDAD / A delegation of five Iraqis led by a leader of the Yazidi sect in Iraq handed a document of protesters' demands to EU representatives in Brussels, according to the American Hurriya website.

The delegation, which included Iraqis from Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and England, headed by Prince Anwar Muawiya, a leader of the Yazidi community, met with EU officials, including Gabriel Finnals, head of the Department of Political Affairs in charge of Iraq, the Arabian Peninsula, the Middle East, North Africa and regional politics. .



Muawiya said the purpose of the visit was to seek EU support for Iraqi demonstrations, adding that the delegation conveyed to the Europeans the true picture of what was happening on the ground.


He added that the most prominent demands conveyed by the delegation were the need to "change the corrupt government and change or amend the Constitution and support the demonstrations in all forms and cut off foreign hands from Iraq, especially Iran."


He pointed out that the delegation will be interviewing officials from outside the European Union and the United Nations to seek support for the demonstrators in Iraq.


Since Friday, October 25, Baghdad and nine other provinces have witnessed widespread protests demanding the dismissal of the government, bringing the killers of the demonstrators to justice and holding early elections under international supervision. Hundreds of demonstrators and security forces were killed and injured as a result of the brutal repression. Protesters suffered.



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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Alsumaria News publishes the text of the statement Sistani reference today on the demonstrations

Post by claud39 on Fri Nov 22, 2019 9:30 am

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According to the text: In the

name of God the Merciful

Dear brothers and sisters

read to you first , the text of what our response from Mr. Samaha Office (long live) in Najaf which is :

The religious authority has made clear its position on the peaceful protests calling for reform in the last Friday sermon through several points, They emphasized the peacefulness and freedom from violence and vandalism, the emphasis on the sanctity of Iraqi blood, and the need for political forces to respond to the rightful demands of the protesters. Pave to overcome the great crisis experienced by the country.


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Protests in Iraq .. The killing of demonstrators near the central bank and Sistani calls for accelerated reforms

Post by claud39 on Fri Nov 22, 2019 9:41 am

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - At least three protesters were killed on Friday and about 30 others were wounded by Iraqi security forces as they blocked protesters from reaching the heavily guarded central bank, witnesses said, while the Shi'ite authority called for speedy reform of electoral laws to break the current crisis.

Al-Jazeera correspondent in Baghdad said that hundreds of demonstrators managed to drop the first concrete barrier leading to the central bank located in Al-Rasheed Street near Al-Ahrar Bridge in central Baghdad.

The correspondent added that security personnel prevented the protesters from dropping the second barrier to reach the bank, and the barrier is only a few meters away from the central bank.

He pointed out that the security forces used tear gas and live bullets to disperse the demonstrators and prevent them from dropping the second barrier.

The area witnessed yesterday skirmishes of security forces and demonstrators tried to reach the Central Bank, killing seven protesters and wounding more than seventy.

The Reuters news agency, citing medical sources and eyewitnesses that seven demonstrators were killed and dozens wounded and suffocation cases yesterday in several areas, including the bridges of Alsink and Ahrar in central Baghdad.

Umm Qasr
The Reuters news agency quoted sources in the southern port of Umm Qasr that security forces dispersed protesters at the port gate, injuring a number of them.


Witnesses from the southern city of Basra said the protesters were gathering near the port of Umm Qasr, the country's biggest port overlooking the Gulf.

The sources added that the port authorities, which had been forced in the previous days to close because of the gathering of demonstrators, still closed the port even after the security forces dispersed the demonstrators using tear gas and batons.

The Reuters news agency that the workers managed to enter the port near the city of Basra, but its operations have not yet resumed.

The protesters had closed the port of Umm Qasr from October 29 to the ninth of this month, except for a brief resumption of operations for three days.

A government spokesman said at the time that the closure had lost Iraq more than $ 6 billion in the first week alone.

The port receives imports of grain, vegetable oil and sugar shipments in a country heavily dependent on imported food.

In a related context, a security source told the Anatolia that angry protesters set fire yesterday evening in the Department of Tribal Affairs Dhi Qar police directorate in the south of the country.

Shiite Marja
At the political level, the Shiite Marja in Iraq urged politicians to expedite the adoption of the laws of parliamentary elections and the Independent Electoral Commission.


The representative of Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani said in the Friday sermon in the city of Karbala that the supreme authority "stresses the need to accelerate the completion of the election law and the law of its commission, stressing that the supreme authority" stresses the need to accelerate the completion of the election law and law Country. ”

Since the protests began, 339 people have been killed and 15,000 wounded, according to Anatolia, according to figures from the parliamentary Human Rights Commission, the Iraqi Human Rights Commission and medical and human rights sources.

Source: Al Jazeera + Agencies




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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Iraqi army denies deaths in demonstrations today

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Iraqi army denies deaths in demonstrations today


22 November 2019 09:21 PM



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Mubasher: The spokesman of the Commander-in-Chief of the Iraqi Armed Forces, that the operations of the Ministry of Health, did not record any deaths in the yards of demonstrations, on Friday.

Lieutenant General Abdul Karim Khalaf, in statements to the Iraqi news agency "conscious", reported in some media about the deaths of demonstrators.

Demonstrations broke out in the streets of Iraq, weeks ago, to protest against the deterioration of living conditions, and high unemployment.


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Deputy ruled out meeting all demands within 45 days and warns of entering the "dark tunnel"

Post by claud39 on Sat Nov 23, 2019 7:55 am

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Al-Fateh MP Haneen al-Qadu on Saturday ruled out the government's ability to meet all public demands within 45 days, saying that the government does not have a "magic wand" especially that there are some demands with high ceilings, while warning against entering Iraq in a "dark tunnel."


He said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "There are many important and positive laws initiated by the House of Representatives, in the recent period, but we believe that the demonstrators will continue in their demonstrations, perhaps to demand a full change of government and dissolve the parliament," noting that "there are significant risks from this subject Iraq could enter a dark tunnel and the situation would be even worse. "






He added that "the meeting of political forces in Hakim's house a few days ago came out with a number of recommendations and gave the government a period of 45 days to implement them, and make real reforms and respond to the demands of the demonstrators, but I doubt the ability of the government to respond to those demands during the specified period because it does not have a magic wand to achieve this." He pointed out that "the government is required to carry out real reforms that meet the public demands."

"Does the resignation of the government satisfy the ascending masses?" He asked, stressing that "there are high ceilings for some demands, such as demanding the total removal of the government and the political system, offset by rational demands that can be met within a certain period of time."


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Health: The number of martyrs of protests reached 111 demonstrators and security

Post by claud39 on Sun Nov 24, 2019 9:27 am

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Health Minister Jaafar Allawi on Sunday that the number of martyrs of the demonstrations reached 111 people , protesters and security forces, while gas confirmed the tear does not contain toxic substances.

A statement issued by the Parliamentary Human Rights Committee received (Mawazine News), a copy of it, that "its president Arshad al-Salhi and members of the Commission hosted the Minister of Health Jaafar Allawi in parliament to discuss securing the medical reality of the demonstrators."

The statement added that "MP Salhi asked several questions to the Minister of Health about the number of martyrs and wounded in government and private hospitals who have died in the demonstrations since the beginning of last October and so far, in addition to disclosing the quality of gas used in dispersing the demonstrators and the number of medical detachments located in the field of Tahrir Square." .

Allawi said, according to the statement that "the number of martyrs reached (111) martyrs of the demonstrators and security forces," pointing to "the formation of a ministerial committee to verify the nature of tear gas, which revealed the absence of any toxic substance in the gas, which is natural and sometimes used for training." "The ministry distributed medical detachments in the yards of demonstrations to provide aid to peaceful demonstrators."





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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Interior Ministry instructs demonstrators

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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News

, the Interior Ministry, on Sunday, instructions to the demonstrators, while referring to its own number to report on the engineers.

The ministry said in a statement received (Mawazine News), a copy of it: Dear brother, your commitment to the following evidence of your awareness and culture:
 not to prejudice the public property because its return to the citizen and found to serve.

 The soldier and policeman is your brother and his presence to protect you.
 Your rights arrive faster when you demand them disciplined.
 Report the tolls and hooligans at the toll free number (130).

 Within ethics and good behavior make the state more interested in your future.
 Make the state preoccupied with the fulfillment of your rights and do not make it preoccupied with the reconstruction of the destroyed by the engineers and the chaos.




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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Iraqi Prime Minister: The release of 2500 detainees from the demonstrators

Post by claud39 on Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:43 pm

Iraqi Prime Minister: The release of 2500 detainees from the demonstrators


27 November 2019 12:04 PM


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Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi revealed during the regular session of the government on Tuesday that the courts issued decisions to release and release 2,500 detainees.

Adel Abdul-Mahdi, during his speech at a meeting of the Council of Ministers published by the Information Office of the Prime Minister on Wednesday, that there are only 240 of the remaining detainees;

The prime minister continued: "There is no detainee on the issues of demonstrations under the anti-terrorism law, which indicates the importance of dealing with that issue in cooperation with the state, and what events will be released all."

Adel Abdul Mahdi said the emerging democratic experience in Iraq did not establish trained special forces.

The Iraqi Prime Minister said that the conduct of the judiciary and the security services has been carried out with high responsibility and evidence of the decrease in the number of detainees despite the existence of murders, burning and assault against security forces and assault on public and private property.

He added: "Any adult government makes mistakes, but the lesson is how to carry out its duties in relation to the events it faces, when there are demonstrations in any place there is interference with the rules and there are rules and rules of conduct that they must abide by. Unarmed. "

Abdul-Mahdi stressed that I have sent an internal memo to the Supreme Judicial Council and Human Rights Council and the Ministry of Interior to follow up the places of detention of citizens detained during the demonstrations, and not to issue arrest warrants only in accordance with the laws and inform the Ministry of Interior so.

Abizaid and Abdul Mahdi: "The past period was the security forces on the defensive despite the killings against them, several properties burned every day in Iraq belonging to citizens and the state is losing billions of dollars, citizens want to return to work and the state can not stand idly by."

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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Video .. Mass march to the people of Basra .. In support of the Supreme Reference

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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Protesters burn down Iranian consulate in southern Iraq

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Protesters burn down Iranian consulate in southern Iraq
Six demonstrators killed by security forces as violence grips the country

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Anti-government protesters have burned down the Iranian consulate in southern Iraq, while six protesters were killed by security forces who fired live rounds amid ongoing violence in the country.


Protesters torched the Iranian consulate in the holy city of Najaf late on Wednesday. One protester was killed and at least 35 people were wounded when police fired live ammunition to prevent them from entering the building, a police official said.
The demonstrators removed the Iranian flag from the building and replaced it with an Iraqi one. Iranian staff were not harmed and escaped the building from the back door and authorities imposed a curfew in Najaf.
The incident marked an escalation in the demonstrations that have raged in Baghdad and across the mostly Shiite southern Iraq since the start of October. The protesters accuse the Shiite-led government of being hopelessly corrupt and complain of poor public services and high unemployment. They are also decrying growing Iranian influence in Iraqi state affairs.
Security forces have fired bullets, teargas and smoke bombs on a near daily basis since the unrest began. At least 350 people have been killed and thousands wounded in what has become the largest grassroots protest movement in Iraq’s modern history.


Two protesters were killed and 35 wounded when security forces fired live rounds to disperse them from Baghdad’s historic Rasheed Street, security and hospital officials said.

The street, which is adjacent to the strategic Ahrar Bridge, has been the focus of violence for a full week, with near daily incidents of deaths as a result of security forces using live ammunition and teargas to keep demonstrators from advancing beyond a concrete barrier.

Protesters are occupying three key bridges in central Baghdad – Jumhuriya, Ahrar and Sinar – in a standoff with security forces. On Wednesday, they also burned tires on Ahrar Bridge to block security forces from accessing the area.

The burning of the Iranian consulate followed tense days in southern Iraq, where protesters have burned tires and cut access to main roads in several provinces.

In Karbala, four protesters were killed by live fire from security forces in the previous 24 hours.

Three of the anti-government protesters were killed when security forces fired live rounds to disperse crowds in the holy city of Karbala late Tuesday, security and medical officials said. One protester died of wounds suffered when a teargas canister struck him in clashes earlier in the day.

Protesters have largely kept away from threatening Iraq’s economy, but in the southern city of Basra daily closures of the two main Gulf commodities ports has caused disruptions to trade activity, a port official said.

Protesters continued to cut major roads to Umm Qasr and Khor Al Zubair ports on Wednesday, reducing trade activity by 50%, according to the port official.

Protesters also blocked roads leading to major oil fields in West Qurna and Rumaila. A senior oil ministry official said crude production was not hit by the closures.

Three simultaneous explosions rocked Baghdad late Tuesday, killing five people and wounding more than a dozen, Iraqi officials said, in the first apparent coordinated attack since anti-government protests erupted. The bombings took place far from Baghdad’s Tahrir Square, the epicentre of weeks of anti-government protests that have posed the biggest security challenge to Iraq since the defeat of the Islamic State group.



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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Statement attributable to the Spokesman of the Secretary-General on Iraq

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The Secretary-General is deeply concerned over reports of the continued use of live ammunition against demonstrators in Iraq, which has led to a rising number of deaths and injuries, including today in Nasiriyah. He urges all actors to refrain from violence and to engage in peaceful and meaningful dialogue for the benefit of Iraq and the Iraqi people.


The Secretary-General reiterates his call on the Iraqi authorities to exercise maximum restraint, protect the lives of demonstrators, respect the rights to freedom of expression and assembly, and swiftly to investigate all acts of violence.

The Secretary-General also reminds the Iraqi authorities of their obligation to protect diplomatic and consular facilities and personnel, as well as public and private property.

Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General
New York, 28 November 2019


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty The UN chief is "deeply concerned" about the events in Iraq

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed "deep concern" over the continued use of live ammunition against demonstrators in Iraq, leading to a high number of deaths and injuries.


He urged all actors to refrain from violence and engage in meaningful peaceful dialogue for the benefit of Iraq and the Iraqi people. According to a UN statement.

The Secretary-General called on the Iraqi authorities to exercise maximum restraint, protect the lives of demonstrators, respect the right to freedom of expression and assembly, and promptly investigate all acts of violence.


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Alsumaria News publishes the text of the statement Sistani reference on the events that accompanied the demonstrations

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Alsumaria News, the statement of the supreme religious authority Mr. Ali al-Sistani on the recent events that accompanied the demonstrations, especially in the provinces of Najaf and Dhi Qar.


The statement delivered during the second sermon delivered by the representative of the Supreme religious authority , Mr. Ahmed Safi on Friday, came in the text:


Dear brothers and sisters , we

read you the text of what was received from the Office of His Eminence (long live) in Najaf:






In the name of God the Merciful

, the Supreme Religious Reference follows with deep sorrow and regret the news of the recent clashes in a number of cities, especially wounded Nasiriyah and Najaf, and the destruction of much of the precious blood and exposure to many property burned and vandalized.

The religious authority, having mercy on the honorable martyrs, consoling their families and calling on them for patience and solace, and for the wounded to recover quickly, reaffirms the inviolability of the assault on peaceful demonstrators and the prevention of them from exercising their right to demand reform. Peaceful demonstrators should distinguish themselves from non-peaceful people and cooperate in the expulsion of terrorists - whoever they are - and do not allow them to exploit peaceful demonstrations to harm citizens' property and attack their owners.


Given the difficult circumstances in which the country is going through, and the apparent deficit in dealing with the authorities concerned with the developments of the last two months in order to preserve the rights and inject blood, the House of Representatives from which the current government is invited to reconsider its options in this regard and act in the interest of Iraq and the province It is called upon to accelerate the adoption of the electoral legislation package that is satisfactory to the people in preparation for holding free and fair elections whose results sincerely reflect the will of the Iraqi people, procrastination and procrastination in the conduct of this pain. R, which is the gateway to overcome the current crisis in a peaceful and civilized manner under the roof of the constitution will cost the country a heavy price and everyone would regret it.

Enemies and their tools are planning to achieve their malicious goals from spreading chaos and devastation to internal fighting and then bringing the country back to the age of abominable dictatorship. Everyone must cooperate to miss the opportunity.

The religious authority will remain a support for the Iraqi people, and they have nothing but advice and guidance to what they believe is in the interest of the people, and it remains for the people to choose what he deems fit for the present and future without guardianship of anyone.

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GENEVA (Reuters) - The number of victims and casualties has reached intolerable levels, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan said on Friday.


She Blaschart in its note on her Twitter, "" The increasing numbers of casualties and injuries reached levels that can not be tolerated. "

She Blaschart, that" there are lurking to take out peaceful protests derailed puts Iraq on a dangerous path, "she said , " I will inform the Security Council In New York for next Tuesday about what's going on. "




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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Friday he would submit an official letter to the House of Representatives requesting his resignation.


Abdul-Mahdi said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, "I listened very carefully to the speech of the Supreme Religious Authority on 29/11/2019 and stated that: given the difficult circumstances experienced by the country, and the apparent deficit in dealing with the authorities concerned with the developments of the two months The Council of Representatives, from which the current government emerged, is called upon to reconsider its options in this regard and act in the interests of Iraq and preserve the blood of its people, and avoid slipping into a cycle of violence, chaos and devastation. "





 
He added, "In response to this call and to facilitate and accelerate its implementation as soon as possible, I will submit to the House of Representatives the official letter requesting the resignation of the current government so that the Council can reconsider its options." It is in the interest of the people and the country. "


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The Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid al-Ghazzi, has resigned, the official Iraqi News Agency (INA) said Friday.


"The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Hamid al-Ghazzi, on Friday, resigned from his post," the Iraqi News Agency said.
 
The Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, announced earlier Friday, that he would resign from his post to parliament.



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Sadr's leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, said on Friday that the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi was the first fruit of the revolution and not the latest, suggesting that the nomination of the alternative prime minister through a referendum.


Al-Sadr said in a statement that Alsumaria read: "Thank God, thanks to the rebels. Thank you to those who supported and supported. The Prime Minister has resigned and all praise is due to the revolution."





 
In his statement, al-Sadr made proposals, the first of which is that the prime minister's nomination should be through a popular referendum on five candidates. Who spoiled and who will spoil. "
 
He also suggested that the new prime minister choose his cabinet far from parties, blocs and militias and away from sectarian, partisan, nationalist and factional quotas, as well as activating the role of the judiciary and avoiding the bickering of parliament, whose members are no less corrupt than the government.

 
He advised the leader of the Sadrist movement, "Anyone who sympathizes with us within the dome of parliament not to involve himself in the formation of the government only by voting with conviction and taking the opinion of the people directly and under the supervision of independent non-corrupt," stressing the need to "continue peaceful demonstrations and non-retreat .. and deal firmly with everyone who takes Violence from or against demonstrators, through the security forces of the army and police exclusively. "
 
"We ask friendly countries and others to give the Iraqis a chance to decide their fate," Sadr concluded.
 
The Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, announced earlier Friday, that he would resign from his post to parliament.




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The United States on Friday called on the Iraqi government to begin reforms and respond to the demands of demonstrators.


"We share the legitimate concern of Iraqi protesters," the State Department said in a statement.
 
The Foreign Ministry called on the Iraqi government to "initiate reforms, including corruption and unemployment."
 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi announced on Friday (29 November 2019) that he would submit an official letter to the House of Representatives requesting his resignation.


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Massoud Barzani sends a message on the current situation in the country

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Hello to the members of the forum, it is simply to indicate that I will continue to apply for this position related to the event, I applied for the other position on the resignation of the Prime Minister to focus on the subject of resignation , except that all this related to the event, so I will continue to apply what relates to the manisfestation on this post to have continuity on the subject!



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The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, sent a message on the current situation in the country.

"We are following with interest the recent developments and welcome any steps that contribute to resolving the crisis and prevent collapse or chaos or return to the times of the abominable dictatorship. Any change should take into account the rights of all components and be in accordance with It aims to establish security and stability and enforce the rule of law and achieve the just demands of the disadvantaged masses.

He added: "Finally, we condemn the killing of innocent people and the continuing violence and we condolences the families of the martyrs and wish the wounded a speedy recovery." is over





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On Saturday, the Parliamentary Human Rights Committee called for an emergency session on what it called the "Al-Senak" massacre, in the center of the capital, Baghdad.

The media department of the House of Representatives stated, “The Parliamentary Human Rights Committee called today, Saturday, to hold an emergency session of the Iraqi parliament to discuss the recent massacre that took place in the Al-Senak region and killed a group of young people,” stressing “the need to host security leaders to inform the Iraqi people of what happened On a terrible night for peaceful protesters yesterday, Friday. ”

The committee pointed out that “the occurrence of these violations against the rights of Iraqi citizens bears the consequences of international humanitarian law and puts Iraq before an international legal question as a member of the United Nations and a signatory of all international agreements regarding protecting civilians and preserving the safety of the Iraqi people from any attack, killing or assassination Of the wills against them. ”

Unidentified gunmen attacked the demonstrators, in Al-Khilani Square, near the Al-Sinak Bridge, in the center of the capital, Baghdad, with live ammunition, which resulted in dozens of dead and wounded, among them members of the blue hats tired of the Peace Corps that commanded the command of Muqtada al-Sadr.




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The US State Department, on Thursday, called for the need to stop targeting protesters in Iraq, while expressing its readiness to take an international action to mobilize against the "systematic killing" that is taking place.

"When people protest peacefully, we are convinced of the freedom to self-determination for them, including the Iraqis," said ministry spokeswoman Morgan Otagos, in a statement quoted by US websites.

She added, "Countries should allow the protesters to express their opinion. They are demanding good government and transparency, and we support all those in the countries of the world, including Iraq, because they want to hold governments to account."

"We support peaceful protesters who are trying to improve their standard of living. We want governments to undertake a reform process, to act responsibly, and to be held accountable anywhere in the world," she added.

On targeting Iraqi activists by outlaw agencies, Otagos expressed her country's "readiness to mobilize international public opinion regarding the ongoing systematic killings."

"We have taken some steps recently, and we are continuing to push in this area diplomatically," she added.

And she added: "The United States cannot always guarantee the security of people completely, but we can work with the Europeans and other democratic countries in the world by bringing them together in the United Nations and international forums, and we call for accountability for these regimes that kill peaceful demonstrators." Ended 29 / h




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The US State Department renewed its call for the need to stop targeting protesters in Iraq, while expressing its readiness to mobilize international public opinion regarding what is being described as "systematic killings" targeting activists in Iraq.



"When people protest peacefully, we are convinced of the freedom of self-determination for them," said ministry spokeswoman Morgan Otagos, in press statements published (Thursday evening), stating that "it is appropriate for countries to allow protesters to express their opinion. They demand good government, transparency and Washington that supports All of these are in the countries of the world, including Iraq, because they want to hold governments accountable, they must undertake a reform process, act in a responsible manner, and be accountable in any part of the world. "






The American Embassy in Baghdad announced yesterday, Thursday, that the acts of threat and kidnapping of demonstrators and activists cannot be tolerated, pointing out that security, stability and sovereignty cannot be achieved without stopping the kidnappings and violence, while the Al-Wathba incident was described today as a "horrific thing."


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On the politicization of tomorrow's demonstrations: Let the people exercise their constitutional right - Page 4 Empty Raghad Saddam Hussein announces her position on the popular protests

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Raghad, the eldest daughter of former President Saddam Hussein, has announced her stance on the popular protests that are still ongoing in the capital, Baghdad, and the central and southern regions of the country, since the beginning of last October.


Raghad said, in a speech broadcast by her voice recording, on her official Twitter page: "We do not strive or ride the wave, we are an important part of the history of Iraq, we have what we have, and we have what we have, and we are sure that we will build a better, cleaner Iraq, and it will end The plight of Iraq soon, God willing, and let another stage begin as it should for our great Iraq. "






Raghad added: "As we live in this difficult circumstance, we must understand that every stage has its faults. This is natural, not only in judgment, but in every single vocabulary of life and its human experiences."

Raghad, in her speech, addressed a message to the demonstrators, and said: "Your cohesion, and your solidarity, will be recorded by you for history and the whole world in letters of light, so keep it strong. Repression, to deviate from your noble goals of change for the better. "




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Post by Jayzze on Sat Dec 21, 2019 10:45 am

it does not matter what the people say. iran is systematicly breaking the moral of the Iraqi people slowly into submission. there own leaders are being threatened by general soleimi on orders from iran. the only way out for Iraq is help from the us and the un
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Four members of the US Congress sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo demanding that they support the aspirations of peaceful protesters in Iraq and impose sanctions on Iraqi groups backed by Iran that killed hundreds of protesters and wrote the four Republican members, who are each of David Tron, Jean Shakovsky, Dean Philip and Colin Allard. 


Their message to Pompeo is that protesters in Iraq are at a crossroads and searching for support from the United States after more than 500 people have been killed by Iranian-backed elements while fighting for their democratic and human rights and members of Congress praised the administration's steps For the US to impose sanctions on members of the corrupt and those who support the repression of peaceful demonstrations in Iraq, but they demanded the implementation of these sanctions are fully and make sure that other partner countries to take similar measures and called on members of Congress four Pompeu that the United States be willing to work with a candidate for prime minister takes the demands of the people





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Baghdad, 20 January 2020 – With public demonstrations across many parts of Iraq in their fourth month, the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, is urging a renewed push for reform and expressing concern about ongoing human rights violations. She emphasizes the importance of pressing ahead to meet the needs of the Iraqi people: building resilience at the state and societal level is challenging but essential work.

“In recent months, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis from all walks of life have taken to the streets to voice their hopes for better times, free from corruption, partisan interests and foreign interference. The killing and injury of peaceful protesters, combined with long years of undelivered promises, have resulted in a major crisis of confidence.”
Two months after the Prime Minister announced his resignation, political leaders remain unable to agree on the way forward. While there was public acknowledgement by all actors that urgent reform is needed, it is now high time to put these words into action and to avoid further derailing of these protests by those pursuing their own objectives, not wishing well for this country and its people.
“Any steps taken so far to address the people’s concerns will remain hollow, if they are not completed. Domestic unity, cohesion and determination are urgently necessary to build resilience against narrow partisan interests, foreign interference and/or criminal elements which actively seek to hinder Iraq’s stability.”
The recent escalation in regional tensions has understandably taken much attention away from urgent unfinished domestic business. However, geopolitical developments must not eclipse the rightful demands of the Iraqi people. This will only further fuel public anger and distrust.
The Special Representative urges the Iraqi authorities to do everything to protect peaceful demonstrators. “Violent suppression of peaceful protesters is intolerable and must be avoided at all costs. Nothing is more damaging than a climate of fear. Accountability and justice for victims is critical to building trust, legitimacy and resilience.” She calls on protesters to remain peaceful, avoiding counterproductive violence and destruction of 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
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi security forces fired teargas and live bullets in renewed clashes with protesters in Baghdad and other cities on Sunday, a Reuters witness and security sources said, following a push to clear a sit-in camps across the country.
Demonstrators are demanding the removal of what they see as a corrupt ruling elite and an end to foreign interference in domestic politics, especially by Iran, which has come to dominate state institutions since the toppling of Saddam Hussein in a 2003 U.S.-led invasion.
Iraqi populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called for demonstrations against the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad on Sunday and in other cities.
This followed a large march on Friday in which tens of thousands protested against the U.S. military presence in Iraq.
Protesters on Sunday threw petrol bombs and stones at security forces which responded by firing tear gas canisters and live rounds into the air.
The authorities' latest attempt to push back protesters and restore order came after Sadr, who has millions of supporters in Baghdad and the south, said on Saturday he would end his involvement in anti-government unrest.
"We protest because we have a cause, I don’t think Moqtada Sadr or any other politician will change our mind," said a protester in Baghdad who declined to give his name.
Sadr's supporters had bolstered the protesters and sometimes helped shield them from attacks by security forces and unidentified gunmen, but began withdrawing from sit-in camps on Saturday following his announcement.
Security forces then removed concrete barriers near Baghdad's Tahrir Square (NYSE:SQ), where demonstrators have camped out for months, and across at least one main bridge over the Tigris River.
"I don’t go to protests often but I came out today because of what they did yesterday, I want to express my solidarity with my brothers in Tahrir," said Hussain Ali, a student.
Protesters in the capital were coughing and washing their faces and eyes to rid themselves of the effects of the gas while Iraqi Red Cross workers provided first aid, as the site was inaccessible to ambulances, a Reuters reporter said.
At least 14 protesters were injured in the clashes in the capital, security and medical sources said.
Tuk tuks evacuated wounded protesters in clouds of tear gas and black smoke from burning tires.
Earlier on Sunday, hundreds of university students gathered in Tahrir square, the main protest camp, chanting slogans against the U.S. and Iran.
UNREST IN THE SOUTH
Clashes with security forces in the southern city of Nassiriya left at least 17 protesters wounded, four of them by live bullets, police and medical sources said.
Protesters set fire to two security vehicles in the city center and as hundreds of other demonstrators controlled the key bridges in the city, a Reuters witness said.
In the southern city of Basra, more than 2000 students from different universities pooled into the protest camp, another Reuters witness said.
Protests also continued in the cities of Kerbala, Najaf, and Diwaniya in defiance to attempts by security forces to end their months-long sit-in, police sources and Reuters witnesses said.
The unrest resumed last week after a lull of several weeks, following U.S. air strikes that killed Iranian Major-General Qassem Soleimani and an Iraqi militia commander.

The killing of Soleimani, to which Iran responded by ballistic missile attacks on two Iraqi military bases, has revived tensions in Iraq's domestic politics and delayed the formation of a new government.




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Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, said that the situation in Iraq is cause for concern and alarm, in light of the escalation of confrontations and violence, particularly against peaceful demonstrators, which threatens civil peace.


The Secretary-General stressed that the use of violence will not be a way out of the crisis, expressing his hope that wisdom will prevail and that the current escalation will be defused to avoid the country slipping into bad conditions.
The Secretary-General of the university considered that the external interventions in the Iraqi affairs had brought the country to an unprecedented state of polarization, and made it a arena of conflict for regional and international parties, causing great suffering to the Iraqis, especially that the people of Iraq do not want to see their country as a theater of settling accounts or proxy wars.

Aboul Gheit appealed to the Iraqis, with all their spectrums, to put the interest of Iraq first, and to seek to address the current political crisis through dialogue and peaceful means.

Aboul Gheit stressed that stopping interference in Iraqi affairs by external parties would help to calm the situation and reach the required political solutions.




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467 Iraqi Protestors Killed since October




31st January 2020 


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467 Iraqi demonstrators have been killed and more than 9,000 injured since the start of the anti-government protests in early October, the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) has announced:

With ongoing violence and rising casualties in the context of protests and ahead of further planned demonstrations, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, is urging stepped up efforts to break the political deadlock and press ahead with substantial reforms, warning that the use of force costs precious lives and will not end the crisis.

“The continuing loss of young lives and the daily bloodshed is intolerable. At least 467 protesters have been killed and over 9,000 injured since 1 October,” lamented the Special Representative.

“A recent increase in the use of live ammunition by security forces, reported shootings by unidentified gunmen at protesters and the continued targeted killing of demonstrators and human rights defenders are alarming. It is imperative that the Iraqi authorities protect the rights of peaceful protesters and ensure that all use of force complies with international standards. Equally important is full accountability: the perpetrators of unlawful killings and attacks must be brought to justice.”

A climate of fear and distrust will bring nothing but further damage. Political action and progress in the search for solutions must replace indecisiveness to deliver on the many promises and intentions. Building resilience at the state and societal levels is the only way forward to draw the people out of despair and into renewed hope, the Special Representative emphasized.

“Many have sacrificed everything to have their voices heard. Solutions are urgently needed. Iraq cannot afford the ongoing violent oppression nor the political and economic paralysis.”

The Human Rights Office of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) has consistently monitored the human rights situation in the context of the demonstrations. Since the beginning of the protests in October, it issued three reports* documenting human rights violations in the periods from 1 October to 9 December and presenting recommendations to the authorities. Since 17 January, UNAMI has recorded at least 19 demonstrators killed and over 400 injured by security forces in Baghdad, Basra, Dhi Qar, Diyala, Diwaniya, Karbala and Wassit. Preliminary information attributes most deaths and injuries to the use of live ammunition and the impact of tear gas canisters, while additional injuries occurred as a result of security forces beating demonstrators with sticks. Most violence used by security forces occurred in the context of attempts to clear roadblocks or disperse demonstrators.



In Baghdad, efforts by security forces to clear the Mohamed Qassem highway and areas in the vicinity of Tahrir Square using live ammunition and tear gas resulted in at least 11 deaths and 53 injuries. In Nasiriya, Dhi Qar on 25 and 26 January, security forces fired live ammunition and tear gas canisters causing at least three deaths and injuring over 100 protesters. Similarly, in Basra, in the early morning of 25 January, security forces demolished more than 20 tents set up by protesters as part of a sit-in and forced the protesters out of the area. 

In Karbala, security forces also used violence against protesters, resulting in at least 4 deaths and injury to over 150 others. In Diyala, the use of live ammunition by security forces resulted in the first death attributed to this cause and context in the governorate and injured at least four others.

There were cases of unidentified armed men shooting protesters. This happened on four consecutive nights in Basra from 21 to 25 January, killing two protesters and injuring nine others. In Nasiriya, on the night of 26 to 27 January, a group of armed men of unclear affiliation shot live ammunition at protesters in Haboubi Square, killing at least one protester and injuring four more, and set fire to several protestor tents.

Targeted killings continue against demonstrators and activists. Since 1 October, at least 28 incidents have taken place in which persons associated with demonstrations, either as participants, journalists covering the protests or prominent activists, have been targeted by armed men or improvised explosive devices, resulting in 18 deaths and the injury of at least 13 others. 

The cases include the targeted killing of two Dijlah Television reporters in Basra on 10 January. In Missan alone, credible reports indicate seven incidents in which civil society activists were shot at by armed men, resulting in two deaths and the injury of five others.

UNAMI also continues to track and monitor reports of physical attacks against demonstrators, including stabbings, cases of missing demonstrators and activists, and incidents of threat and intimidation.

Stressing the futility of violence in responding to the protests, Special Representative Hennis-Plasschaert said all efforts should instead focus on how to fully implement reforms and initiate a constructive dialogue to tackle the country’s problems in a spirit of unity.

“It is high time to restore confidence by setting aside partisanship, acting in the interest of the country and its people. Hard work and goodwill gestures will resonate with the people, and will be met in kind, strengthening the country’s resilience as it seeks to emerge stronger from this crisis.”



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(Source: UN)

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Iraq's Sadr Urges Renewed Peaceful Protests


31/01/2020


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[size=19]ERBIL - Iraqi powerful Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr on Friday called for renewed "peaceful" anti-government protests, a week after he withdrew from demonstrations.[/size]
Sadr, who has millions of supporters in Iraq, called for a mass protest to be staged near the fortified Green Zone to protest the delayed formation of a new government.
"I find that it is beneficial to renew the peaceful reformist revolution," Sadr said in a statement on Friday, without giving further details to specify a date for the possible demonstrations.
Former PM Adil Abdul Mahdi resigned from his position in mid-November in hopes of addressing the recent evolving situation and meet the demonstrators' demands.
Sadr on Friday also called for a "massive" protest in Baghdad "to pressure politicians to form a government based on the aspirations of the marjaiyah [Sistani] and the people,"

 as reported by AFP.
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Tuesday 04 February 2020





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Yasser Al-Mitwali 
 
Although more than 100 days have passed since the events that the country is going through, which is a natural matter and an inevitable consequence of the continued peaceful and popular youth movement for legitimate demands, there is a noticeable stability in the Iraqi commercial market.



How do you explain this?



From the beginning of the phase of change in 2003 and until not long ago, if a simple thing was accompanied immediately by chaos in the commercial market and price inflamed and quickly curbed by any government action, and beyond that, any rumor issued, regardless of whether true or false, inflames the market and the citizen rushes to the market In anticipation of a crisis that may occur and take advantage of some in a timely manner.



As for the current events in all their forms did not stimulate the market, but prices remained largely stable and did not take advantage of the circumstances at the moment of writing this article.



Of course, the delay in the shipment of goods and the interruption of roads have caused the loss of commodity stocks, especially food, which are the most important in the life of the citizen and the continuity and permanence of life.



All of this is of course calculated by the jealous national position of the Iraqi trader, who preferred not to take advantage of the circumstances and raise the prices, thereby registering a humanitarian position in the first place, the basis, nationally, and honorable. Therefore, he deserves to be raised hats to him in tribute to his original positions. It means wholesalers only, even if it is the basis, but all the owners of commercial markets and even small stores.



On the other hand, another supportive position falls within the same value and evaluation of the Iraqi citizen who is patient and old and did not rush and rush to store foodstuffs. This is the sacrifice and altruism enjoyed by the people of the country. Souls calm down and all issues are resolved peacefully and with the will of rational people.



Then there is another honorable stance that is calculated for the rest of the relevant authorities and they are the owners of banking and banks. The exchange is also worth 
Praise.



We find in this ordeal that it has brought about the phenomena of goodness, cohesion and national unity, and that the Iraqi is a person who is steadfast in his humanity and patient, and we call for this crisis to unfold as quickly and stability and tolerance prevail, and that he studied and tested hard for the Iraqis to take for authentic values.









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[size=32]Al-Haddad: We warn of the danger of the aggravation of the situation and the unfortunate events that took place in Najaf. We strongly reject it, and the current government should shoulder its responsibilities and take urgent and necessary measures to protect the demonstrators and the stability of the province.[/size]


February 6, 2020





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The Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Dr. Bashir Khalil Al-Haddad, expressed his deep concern over the events of the Najaf governorate yesterday and the fall of dozens of martyrs, victims and wounded in the sit-in squares, while his criticism of the security services and the responsible authorities in the province for not controlling the general conditions and the occurrence of problems and clashes between the crowds of demonstrators and exploitation The infiltrators to create a new crisis in Najafi Street.




The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives said in his statement that he added: “We warn of the danger of aggravating the situation and the unfortunate events that occurred in Najaf. We strongly reject it, and the current government should shoulder its responsibilities and take the necessary measures to protect peaceful demonstrators, stabilize the province, accelerate the implementation of the necessary measures, and form a crisis cell to find out the details The accident and holding the perpetrators and those responsible for this chaos and accountability accountable, while His Excellency called for peaceful demonstrators in Najaf and all of Iraq’s provinces to maintain peaceful demonstrations and cooperate with the security forces to secure the protest squares and protests and prevent the infiltrators and vandals from choosing S ranks to continue to claim legitimate rights in a civil and civilized.




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Post by Captain259 on Thu Feb 06, 2020 2:19 pm

Maybe TONY and RAY can ask them how the DINAR is HANGING---or maybe THERE DONG_____

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Post by claud39 on Thu Feb 06, 2020 6:09 pm

[size=48]Iraqi Protesters Clash With Sadr Backers In Deadly Najaf Standoff[/size]


February 06, 2020





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An Iraqi demonstrator sits amid burning tires blocking a road during anti-government protests in Najaf on February 2.








At least eight Iraqi protesters have been killed in clashes after supporters of influential Shi'ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr stormed an anti-government protest camp in the southern city of Najaf, medial officials and activists say.

Medical officials said at least 52 others were injured in the unrest on February 5.

The fighting marked the deadliest clash yet in the escalating tensions between Sadr, a radical cleric-turned-politician, and the largely leaderless rallies that have demanded the resignation of what they term government "elites."

The populist Sadr initially backed the demonstrations but split with them over the past few days, endorsing Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, who has been designated the country's prime minister.

Iraqi President Barham Salih on February 1 appointed Allawi in hopes of ending more than two months of political deadlock.

Allawi will run the country until early elections are held. He has a month to form a new government.

In November, Adil Abdul-Mahdi resigned as prime minister amid the protests over corruption, falling living standards, and foreign influence in the country, particularly by Iran but also the United States. Nearly 500 protesters have been killed in a deadly crackdown by security forces.

In the latest clash between the rival groups, security sources told AFP that supporters of Sadr -- known as "Blue Hats" for the caps they often wear -- had attempted to clear the area of anti-government protesters when fighting broke out.


Sadr later appeared to attempt to calm his supporters, saying, "The 'Blue Hats' have a duty to peacefully secure schools and service centers, not to defend me or suppress the voices that chant against me."

Allawi condemned the violence and in a Twitter posting called on the country's caretaker cabinet to "protect protesters."


Sadr has said he opposes all foreign interference in Iraq, but he has aligned himself more closely with parties backed by Tehran in recent months.

He has backed Allawi's candidacy in an agreement with Iranian-backed parties that dominate Iraq's government and state institutions.



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The United Nations representative in Baghdad, Jenin Hennes-Blackshart, stressed today, Thursday, the guarantee of protecting peaceful protesters at all times and "not too late".



The international actress said in a tweet on Twitter, that she "strongly condemns the violence and the high number of victims in Najaf last night."

Blackshart stressed, "Ensure that peaceful protesters are protected at all times, and not too late."






The European Union’s ambassador to Baghdad, Martin Hutt, described earlier Thursday the events in the city of Najaf as "unacceptable intimidation and violence," calling for "the identification and accountability of the perpetrators."

Yesterday, Wednesday, Najaf governorate witnessed clashes between demonstrators and owners of blue hats, which led to the fall of martyrs and wounded.


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2020-02-06



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On Thursday, the US embassy in Baghdad condemned what it described as a "brutal attack" against demonstrators in Najaf province, calling on the Iraqi government to put an end to what it called "bullying", while urging the demonstrators to keep their demonstrations peaceful.


The embassy said in a statement, Alsumaria News received a copy of it, that it "strongly condemns the brutal attack that took place in the city of Najaf yesterday, Wednesday, which led to the killing and wounding of a number of peaceful demonstrators, it is regrettable that armed groups are still allowed to violate the rule of law in Iraq with impunity. Punishment against peaceful citizens who exercise their democratic right to freedom of expression, including their demands for political and economic reform. "






She added, "It is the responsibility of the Iraqi government and its security forces to put an end to this bullying, which includes the kidnapping and assassination of civilian activists and journalists, as well as beatings, the use of live ammunition, and the burning of tents in peaceful demonstrations, calling on the Iraqi government to" put an end to these criminal practices and bring their perpetrators to justice. "

The embassy concluded its statement by saying: "We salute the peaceful demonstrators for their commitment to restraint in the face of these deadly tactics, and we urge them to maintain the peacefulness of their demonstrations, just as the United States fully supports their basic democratic right to freedom of peaceful assembly and expression."




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2020-02-06



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On Thursday, Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan Al-Kaabi responded to the US embassy statement on the Najaf incidents, while addressing her by saying: "Leave the Iraqi issue to the Iraqis and start evacuating your forces."


Al-Kaabi said in a brief statement that Alsumaria News received a copy of, in response to the American embassy in Baghdad regarding the events of Najaf:






The United States Embassy in Baghdad had condemned earlier, today, Thursday, "the attack that took place in the holy city of Najaf yesterday, Wednesday, February 5, which led to the killing and wounding of a number of peaceful demonstrators," stating that "it is regrettable that groups are still allowed Armed with violating the rule of law in Iraq with impunity against peaceful citizens exercising their democratic right to freedom of expression, including their demands for political and economic reform.


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Sadr militia, supporters kill 8 Iraqi protesters and wound dozens in Najaf: reports

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Iraqi demonstrators sit on the street near burning tires blocking a road during ongoing anti-government protests in Najaf, Iraq, Feb. 5, 2020. (Photo: Reuters/Alaa al-Marjani)




ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Followers and militiamen of the Sadrist Movement led by firebrand cleric Muqtada al-Sadr allegedly killed at least eight protesters and wounded dozens more as they stormed areas where demonstrations took place in the Iraqi city of Najaf late Wednesday.


Members of the “blue hats” supporters of Sadr and his militia group Saraya al-Salam raided a protest camp in Najaf, burning tents and shooting demonstrators to disperse them as a confrontation grew more violent.


Reuters cited medical and security sources in a report saying at least eight people had been killed while 20 others had been wounded. Local al-Dijla TV cited sources that said close to 140 protesters had been wounded, including six members of the security forces who were attempting to break up the two sides.


Dijla TV also wrote that similar clashes occurred in other parts of Iraq, including Baghdad, Diwaniya, Karbala, and Dhi Qar, among others, with Sadr supporters cracking down to quell the demonstrations. One protester had been killed in the capital’s Wathba Square.


This marks one of the deadliest nights of a crackdown against anti-government protesters since they took to the streets in October, during which members of the Iraqi security have killed at least 550 demonstrators and wounded tens of thousands more, according to official data by the parliamentary human rights commission.


Protesters demand a better standard of living and an end to institutional corruption. Iranian-backed militias have been accused of carrying out part of the violence, targeting demonstrators and activists with sniper rifles and carrying out targeted assassinations.


As demonstrations kicked off in October 2019, Sadr announced his support for them. But, in recent days, he has switched positions multiple times, leading to many questioning his initial motive for backing the protests.


Related Article: More Iraqi protesters dead as crackdown intensifies, Sadr withdraws support


Last week, Iraqi President Barham Salih officially designated Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi to form a cabinet to await a vote of confidence by the national legislature. This is after outgoing Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi resigned in early December after days of violence that have been the bloodiest since protests began.


Sadr expressed his support for Allawi and decided to turn on demonstrators, calling on his supporters to withdraw from protests and, instead, attack those still voicing their opposition to Allawi, whom they consider to be part of a ruling elite that would continue to ignore the public’s demand.


Amid the developing violence in Najaf, Allawi called on the security forces to protect protesters.


Editing by Karzan Sulaivany

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The security expert, Dhafer Al-Shammari, sent a message to the United Nations Representative in Iraq, Jenin Hennes Blackshart, regarding the suppression of the demonstrators in Iraq.

Al-Shammari said in response to Blashart's tweet, saying: "Your words no longer mean anything to us. You refuse to understand the mentality of the militia leaders who appear to you in the politicians' uniforms."

"You have to understand that the Iraqis need a UN resolution that protects them ... You are losing your credibility," he added.







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Post by claud39 on Thu Feb 06, 2020 10:55 pm

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo condemned the violence that has recently targeted protesters in Najaf at the hands of militias. He called for allowing "peaceful protesters against Iranian influence to demonstrate", calling on the Iraqi government to bring the killers of the demonstrators to justice.
"We strongly condemn the violence in Najaf . Peaceful demonstrators must be allowed to demonstrate for a government without Iranian influence without facing death and violence. The government must bring the killers to justice," he wrote in a tweet on his Twitter account .


This position came after the Najaf governorate witnessed during the past two days a suppression of protesters by supporters of Muqtada al-Sadr, where the protesters' tents in Sadr Square were burned, and live bullets were fired at them , killing 8 people and wounding 158 others.
Designated Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi, who was charged last week with forming a new government, has condemned the violence and demanded the outgoing cabinet, which is conducting business now, "to protect the protesters."
It is worth mentioning that Al-Sadr’s positions were transferred and contradicted during the last period. He announced at the beginning that he stood beside the Iraqi protesters demanding the deportation of the entire ruling elite, but he later returned and called on his supporters to get out of the demonstration arenas. The security forces assisted them in opening the roads after the blue hats owners (Ansar al-Sadr of the Peace Brigades militia) attacked the demonstrators in a number of regions, due to his support for assigning Muhammad Allawi as prime minister, which was rejected by the Iraqi movement.
It is noteworthy that since October 1, Iraq witnessed massive protests, which were launched to demand the improvement of living conditions and the fight against unemployment and corruption, which later turned into political demands, calling for the formation of an independent government away from partisanship, holding early parliamentary elections and holding the demonstrators accountable.
These protests included violent stations that killed more than 500 protesters, according to the latest toll announced several days ago by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. The Commission announced last Sunday evening that the death toll from the demonstrations reached 556.

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Iraq’s Protest Movement Is an Existential Challenge for the Political Elite



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nti-government protesters in Iraq have spent more than four months calling for political and economic reforms and venting their anger at the failure of successive governments to provide better living standards and economic opportunities.
 
Security forces, caught off-guard by the strength and resilience of the youth-driven protest movement, have responded with a campaign of repression that has killed more than 600 people and wounded tens of thousands more across the country. But the crackdown has only intensified the crisis, as Iraqis continue to take to the streets demanding justice for slain demonstrators and reforms of the political system.

The government has been largely ineffective in the face of the unrest. Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has led a caretaker government since announcing that he would resign in late November, as the country’s leading political factions—the pro-Iran Bina coalition and the Sairoon bloc, which is headed by the influential Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr—took two months to settle on a compromise candidate to replace him: Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi, a former communications minister. But immediately after President Barham Salih announced Allawi’s nomination earlier this month, protesters denounced Allawi as part of the same political establishment that they have been railing against. Like Abdul Mahdi before him, Allawi was chosen after weeks of behind-the-scenes negotiations between the leaders of the largest blocs in Iraq’s parliament.

That does not sit well with young Iraqis who make up much of the protest movement, and who have largely been left out of the political process. Nearly 60 percent of Iraq’s population is under 25 years old—too young to remember the horrors of Saddam Hussein’s regime. After Saddam’s overthrow in the U.S. invasion in 2003, this generation has grown up in the shadow of poor governance, corruption and weak democratic institutions that exist mainly to serve the interests of elites. They are worn out by years of mismanagement and continuous violence.

Their protests are a challenge to the elites framed not around sectarian identities but concrete political and economic issues. They are demanding an overhaul of the economy, better delivery of basic services, an end to corruption, and changes to the constitution and electoral system that make it easier for regular people to participate politically. Iraqis throughout the country are united in a rejection of the “isms” that have sequentially ravaged the nation for over a century: colonialism, monarchism, republicanism, communism, nationalism, Baathism, authoritarianism and sectarianism. With youth unemployment at 36 percent and the population growing by around 1 million per year, Iraq’s demographics are a ticking bomb. There is nothing close to an acceptable social contract on offer for Iraqis, which has led protesters to calculate that things will not improve without pressure, and they are willing to risk their lives to force change.

Despite being rejected by protesters, Allawi has nevertheless tried to distinguish himself from other Iraqi leaders through public statements in support of holding early elections and a commitment to meeting demonstrators’ demands for reforms. He has until March 2 to form a credible government that can win a vote of confidence from the parties that make up Iraq’s fractious parliament, while trying to remain relatively independent. But even if he is successful, he may not have enough political power to follow through on his promises and win back the trust of a skeptical population. Regular elections must be held by April 2022 but are likely to be called sooner, so Allawi will not have time to enact any far-reaching reforms.

Realistically, he can only hope to make progress on two issues. The first is protecting protesters and achieving a measure of justice for those who have died in clashes with security forces and other armed groups that operate with impunity. By restoring a sense of security on the streets and guaranteeing the freedom of assembly and expression, Allawi could give demonstrators space to take stock of their position and organize themselves so that they can engage in dialogue or outline a practical roadmap for reforms.

The second is delivering on early elections, which will require parliament’s cooperation to agree on a date and a vote to dissolve itself—likely a difficult task. Even if a date can be set, there is no guarantee that turnout would be higher than the alarmingly low rate of 44.5 percent in the last general election, in 2018. But recent changes to election laws, despite being widely panned by protesters, should make the process fairer and encourage new faces to participate. To ensure that demonstrators have a voice in the elections, the new government could help facilitate the creation of a new party composed of protest supporters and ensure that elections are conducted fairly.

The deeper reforms that demonstrators are calling for, however, will be beyond Allawi’s reach. The best he can hope for is to manage expectations until new elections can be held. Already, he is struggling to form a Cabinet of his own choosing, and there are rumors that he may not even be confirmed as prime minister.

That puts the protesters in a difficult position. Even if Allawi’s government is able to protect them in the short run and help give them a greater voice in elections, Iraq’s political system is fundamentally resistant to the kinds of substantial reforms they are calling for. The most influential parties and interests—including Bina coalition members like Asaib Ahl al-Haq and the Badr Organization, which have seats in parliament as well as armed wings in the paramilitary Popular Mobilization Forces, and their rivals in the Sadrist Sairoon bloc—can call on vast networks of patronage and financial power. They also retain major influence in the state bureaucracy and over government ministers, and some enjoy substantial backing from foreign powers like Iran, making it unlikely that they will willingly give up power.

Even so, the events of the past few months have shaken the political elite. The resilience of protests, even in the face of killings and crackdowns, and the government’s loss of popularity have shown that the tide is turning against the status quo. Sooner or later, the rulers of Iraq will need to come to terms with the fact that they are not as popular or as acceptable as they once were. Every year that passes by without improvement in the daily life of the average Iraqi means an ever-greater loss of trust.

Iraq’s political elites are approaching the point of no return, after which the only possible result is the collapse of the system. For protesters, this means there is room to seek incremental reforms, if they are willing to compromise. The next two years may represent the last, best chance for those changes.



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PM Kadhemi promises new approach to social unrest, meeting protesters and consulting with them rather than backing previous government’s efforts to crush or ignore turmoil



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Iraq's new government promised on Saturday to release demonstrators arrested during mass protests that erupted in October and pledged justice and compensation to relatives of more than 550 people killed during that unrest.
The announcement was made in a televised address following Prime Minister Mustafa Kadhemi's first cabinet meeting, AFP said.
Kadhemi, who with 15 of his proposed 22 ministers won the confidence of Parliament on Wednesday evening, promised "the truth about everything that happened" during the months-long protests.
He vowed to "hold to account all those who shed Iraqi blood".

Kadhemi has already promised to take a new approach to the social unrest, meeting protesters and consulting with them rather than backing the previous government’s sporadic efforts to crush or ignore the turmoil, the New York Times said.
The October uprising was revolutionary, an unprecedented inclusive movement for a common struggle incorporating the poor and working classes to the educated middle class. University students, workers' unions and young civil society activists joined forces, MEE reported in January.
Kadhemi was Iraq's spy chief when the protests broke out and his address to the nation comes as calls spread on social media for renewed demonstrations on Sunday. 
The government of his predecessor Adel Abdel Mahdi had since October repeatedly said it could not find the "unidentified gunmen" who fired on protesters who took to the streets to demand the overhaul of the political system. 
At the start of the protests that would become the largest and bloodiest social movement in Iraq's recent history, many demonstrators carried portraits of General Abdulwahab al-Saadi - a highly popular figure in the military campaign to dislodge the Islamic State (IS) group from Mosul in 2017. He had been dismissed by Abdel Mahdi in September. 
Kadhemi on Saturday reinstated the general as the head of counter-terrorism, putting him back in charge of units created and armed by the Americans. 
The new Iraqi premier has long been seen as Washington's man in Baghdad, but he has also forged close ties with America's arch-foe Iran. 
Kadhemi also called on parliament to adopt a new electoral law needed for early elections that had been promised by his predecessor. 

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The new government had presented itself as a "transitional" cabinet on Wednesday evening. 
It rescinded a decision taken by the outgoing government just before it stepped down that blocked all state spending, including civil servants' salaries and pension payments - relied on by one in five Iraqis. 
Pensions will be paid out in the coming days, Kadhemi promised. 
But an implosion of oil prices amid the coronavirus pandemic indicates that Iraq will have little option but to impose austerity policies that may give rise to renewed protests.

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BAGHDAD (23 May 2020) – A United Nations report published today on the abduction of protesters in Iraq since last October details their ordeals from the time of abduction through interrogation to acts of torture.


In its fourth report on the protests, the UN Human Rights Office of the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) documented cases involving 123 people who disappeared between 1 October 2019 and 21 March 2020. Of these, 98 people were located, but 25 remain missing or are in an unknown status.

Since the protests erupted at the start of October, the UN has verified 490 deaths of activists and 7,783 injured. 
Most of the protesters are young and unemployed, and have been demanding that their economic and social rights be respected. The demonstrations have continued even after the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country.

The report found that the “absence of accountability for these acts continues to contribute to the pervasive environment of impunity in relation to demonstration-linked reports of violations and abuses”.

“The establishment of a high-level fact-finding committee by the new Government to investigate casualties and related harm is a crucial step toward justice and accountability,” said Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Iraq. “The Government’s commitment to provide medical treatment for injured demonstrators and compensation to the families of victims is encouraging.”

The report notes that the abductions and disappearances occurred amid numerous incidents involving additional violations and abuses targeting activists and protesters, including deliberate killings, shooting and knife attacks, threats and intimidation, and excessive and unlawful use of force at demonstration sites.

None of those interviewed knew the identity of those responsible for their abduction, although most speculated the involvement of ‘militia’. They added that they did not believe official Iraqi Security Forces were directly responsible, nor that ordinary criminal gangs were to blame.

The report does not speculate on who might be behind the abductions, points to “the involvement of armed actors with substantial levels of organisation and access to resources”.

The report provides concrete recommendations to the Government of Iraq, including:

• Make immediate efforts to comply with its obligations under international law, including by making all efforts to locate those demonstrators and activists who remain missing.

• Take immediate action to protect protesters and activists from abduction.

• Take immediate action to investigate all alleged cases of abduction, disappearance and torture/ill-treatment, and to prosecute those responsible.

• Publicly identify the so-called unidentified force, armed group or ‘militia’, behind the abductions.

ENDS
The report in English and Arabic:
English: https://bit.ly/2A7oe75
Arabic: https://bit.ly/3ecuHwk


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