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Leading the opening: demonstrations weakened the fortunes of Abadi second mandate

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Post by rocky on Thu 19 Jul 2018, 2:47 am


Leading the opening: demonstrations weakened the fortunes of Abadi second mandate

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Information / Baghdad ..
A member of the Fatah Alliance, the former deputy, Abdul Hussein Azerjawi, on Thursday, that the protest demonstrations witnessed by the country weakened the chances of Prime Minister Haider Abadi in the second mandate, indicating that the people sent his message to the government through his abstention from the elections and launch demonstrations to demand his legitimate rights .
"The political blocs, especially after the large demonstrations witnessed by Iraq, are moving towards achieving the demands of the people and provide service to him, where it is imperative for the government and its blocks to prove good faith and trust with the public," Azirjawi said in a statement to / The pressure of the masses makes some give up to others or may agree with him in order to reach a formula that satisfies the people and fulfill his demands . "
He added that "Prime Minister Haider Abadi is not solely responsible for what happened in Iraq, but there is a full team of officials and deputies bear the deterioration of the service reality of the Iraqi citizen, but the current situation weakens the chances of Abadi in his re-power ."
"The people proved that they are alive and demanding their legitimate rights, and the reluctance to vote was a clear message that (the people are not satisfied with the government and have lost confidence in them)," he said, noting that "what happened from demonstrations must be sustained in order to pressure the government to assess the country, Provided that the demonstrations are organized does not harm the institutions of the state, and do not go towards sabotage, where it is possible to deliver the message through the sit-in after the demonstrations. " Ending / 25 n

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