[ltr]Abadi Office: government with demonstrations and there are specific places can not be overcome[/ltr][ltr][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - February 13: Office of the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi stressed that does not exceed the specified places for demonstrations, noting that the government with demonstrations in accordance with the law and order.
Saad al - Sabri, a spokesman for the Prime Minister 's Office in a press statement, said that " the government with the right of peaceful protest , which is law and order, and ensure that no attacks on public and private enterprises, and the property of citizens and ensures the safety of the public security in the country, and thus are sponsored demonstrations about more than year and a half, and in this period there were no frictions between protesters and security forces, but in case there are people among the demonstrators resort to friction with the security elements and carrying weapons, the responsibility of the government and security agencies are imposing order and the extension of the law. "
He added that "there are specific places for demonstrations can not be bypassed because it disturbs the peace year, and today 's Iraq in the war against terrorism, and therefore do not want to create chaos within cities, including a negative impact on the morale of the fighters who are fighting on the battlefield, on the basis of this the government position dealing with the subject of high responsibility. "
He pointed out that " it was opening an investigation in this regard by the authorities concerned under the guidance of the Prime Minister to determine the circumstances of what happened, and establish the liability of what happened from the friction and clashes between the people they wanted to break the law, and arrived outside the Square demonstrations, and rubbed the security services, and therefore this matter It is now being followed up by the committee in charge of this matter. "
On the subject of the Independent Electoral Commission and the replacement of its members and the election of a new Commission and the selection of members of the Board of Commissioners, this file that is currently given to the Iraqi constitution to parliament and not to the government, and the file in the custody of the parliament, which deals with him. " Q ended
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