Deputy to the government: We must learn from the past, the next worse
MP Nada Shaker Jawdat called on the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] on Thursday to "learn from the lesson", warning that the next may be "worse" in the case of the legitimate demands and corruption cases continue, while the judiciary demanded to investigate all cases of "overflow Security and targeting of demonstrators. "
Jawdat said in an interview that "the representatives of the people are on the street with the masses and are fully aware of all the problems suffered by the citizen and what he wants, but the executive bodies are concerned with responding to the demands and the issues raised to serve the street and citizens," saying that "the government It was built on quotas, which reached the level of special grades.
Jawdat added that "the government should learn from the lesson because the next may be worse if the legitimate demands are being proclaimed and the continuing cases of corruption and the sale and purchase of positions and waste of public money," calling on the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to "preserve the prestige of the country and the wealth of the people and to consider realistically the demands of the masses rather than suppress ".
`` The judiciary should investigate all cases of abuse, insecurity and targeting of protesters, and put the points on the letters and hold the negligent accountable because the street is boiling and not fulfilling the demands or achieving justice, which means that the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] will continue and the revolution of the hungry will return stronger. ''
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