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Fatah deputy: The government failed to deal with the crisis of demonstrations

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Fatah deputy: The government failed to deal with the crisis of demonstrations Empty Fatah deputy: The government failed to deal with the crisis of demonstrations

Post by rocky on Wed 20 Nov 2019, 2:06 am


Fatah deputy: The government failed to deal with the crisis of demonstrations

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Information / Baghdad ..
Al-Fateh MP Qusay Abbas on Wednesday blamed successive governments for what the country has reached for 16 years, noting that the government has failed to deal with the crisis of demonstrations.
Abbas said in a statement to the information, that "the government failed to deal with the crisis of demonstrations as it failed in its government program and fulfill its commitments in accordance with timetables."
Abbas added, "The parties of the Authority bear the responsibility for failure and failure to rectify political reforms, especially with the crisis of demonstrations," stressing that "reform of the political system and a national duty rests on everyone."
The judge and former MP Wael Abdel-Latif described in a statement earlier to the information, meeting political blocs as dead before being born and will not bring any good, stressing that the government of Abdul-Mahdi will not continue amid the attraction of the blocs and the continuation of demonstrations. Finished / 25 h


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