The tribes "Albu Jiaash" in the province of Muthanna on Saturday to go to the scene tomorrow to sit in the city of Samawah in response to the invitation issued by the highest religious authority for Shiites in Iraq, represented by Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani.
The capital Baghdad, and a number of provinces with a predominantly Shiite demonstrations since the beginning of last October to protest the deterioration of service and living conditions, and the spread of unemployment within the community and the spread of financial and administrative corruption in state institutions and departments.
"We call on all the members of the Bugiach tribes, elders, dignitaries, academics, youth and all spare members of our ancient province, to participate in the demonstrations that will start on Sunday afternoon after the second and half of the hostel Albugiach towards the sit-in in Samawah," said the head of the Bugiach tribes, Rajeh Rahim Ajja. .
He explained their demonstration comes in support of the reference, which called for the support of sit-ins to expel the corrupt parties and blocs and change the current system that caused the destruction of our dear country.
Demonstrators rose to the sack of the current federal government headed by Adel Abdul-Mahdi and the removal of political parties that emerged after 2003, and go to early elections in Iraq under the auspices of the United Nations.
More than 300 protesters were killed and about 15,000 wounded during clashes with security forces in different parts of the country.
The Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani refused to attack demonstrators or security forces during the protests, which he described as a reform battle.
Sistani said in a statement during the Friday sermon delivered by his delegate Ahmed al-Safi, "The government derives its legitimacy - in non-authoritarian regimes and the like - from the people, and there is no one to grant it legitimacy, and the will of the people is the result of the secret ballot if conducted fairly and impartially, Hence, it is important to speed up the passage of a fair electoral law that restores citizens' confidence in the electoral process and does not prejudice political parties and currents, and gives a real opportunity to change the forces that have ruled the country over the past years if the people want to change them and replace them with new faces. Such an opportunity for voters will not be acceptable and useless. Must also approve a new law of the Commission entrusted with overseeing the conduct of the elections, so that documents the impartiality and professionalism and are credible and popular acceptance. "
He added that "not long after the start of popular protests calling for reform, and the blood of the hundreds of martyrs and thousands of wounded and injured in this honorable way, but the demands of the protesters have not been achieved to date on the ground deserves attention. Especially in the field of prosecution of the corrupt senior and the recovery of looted money from them and the abolition of unfair privileges granted to certain groups at the expense of the rest of the people and away from quotas and favoritism in taking special grades and so on, which raises doubts on the ability or seriousness of the ruling political forces in the implementation of demands Ehren even minimal, which is not in favor of confidence-building verification of something real reform on their hands. "