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Post by rocky on Wed 23 Oct 2019, 7:31 am

The three presidencies emphasize ensuring the protection of demonstrators and meeting their legitimate demands


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Baghdad / News
The meeting of President Barham Saleh, Speaker of Parliament Mohamed Halbousi and President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, stressed the need to protect the demonstrators and meet their legitimate demands.
The office said that "Saleh, hosted a meeting held at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, on Wednesday, for Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbousi and President of the Supreme Judicial Council Judge Faiq Zidan."
He pointed out that the meeting discussed the current political and security situation in the country, and stressed the importance of moving fixed timetables to implement the legitimate demands of the demonstrators in reform and fighting corruption and to secure the protection of the constitutional right to peaceful demonstration and freedom of expression and protection of security and public property and community peace.


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