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Al-Maliki: We refuse to fire against demonstrators or topple the government with violence

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Post by rocky on Thu 17 Oct 2019, 3:58 pm

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[size=18]The head of the coalition of law, Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, refused to fire live against demonstrators or overthrow the government through violence, in what was considered "the presidential system" is the most appropriate in Iraq.


Maliki said in a television interview with a number of satellite channels, including Alsumaria, "we refuse to fire live bullets at the demonstrators and demand to respond to their legitimate demands."

"We refuse to overthrow the government through violence and we ask the House of Representatives to support it seriously or terminate it through parliament," Maliki said.







Maliki also demanded, "the investigation committees to identify who ordered the shooting against the demonstrators."

Maliki said that "the presidential system is the most appropriate in Iraq and the beginning of the correction of the political process begins from the Constitution."

He pointed out that "the parliamentary system needs a strong government that protects the elections, employees and the political process."


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