[size=41]The latest developments until 3 dawn on Saturday: Abdul Mahdi escapes to resign!
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- Reports of a resignation to be submitted by Abdul-Mahdi before Saturday noon
- Parliament is determined to re-consider the demonstrators after a speech by President Mohammed Halbousi and news of a number of important decisions during Saturday's session
- Associated Press: An Iraqi policeman fired a bullet at the leg of a demonstrator talking to Iraqi journalists near Tahrir Square. The number of demonstrators near the area was about 1000 people and security forces opened fire in the surrounding streets to prevent the arrival of more demonstrators.
- Lifting curfew in Iraq starting from five dawn Saturday and the Washington Post quoted a spokesman for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights Ali al-Bayati:
(Arrest of 35 people from hospitals in Baghdad And Nasiriyah).
Source: Ministry of Health: Victims of demonstrations in Iraq exceeded 100 Said and 1100 wounded
- Statement of Abadi:
* Abadi rejects the method of treason demonstrators and demands a national declaration of the right to peaceful protest, and have mercy on the martyrs.
* Abadi calls for early elections to avoid the pains of government failure and blocking the horizon of the political process.
* Abadi calls for freezing the provincial councils and consider their governments caretaker governments.
* Abadi calls for a fair election law and fair election mechanisms under wide supervision to ensure its integrity and not to repeat the violations of 2018 that distorted political life.
* Abadi calls on the government and political forces official pledges to ensure freedom from quotas, weapons, corruption and swallow the state.
* Abadi provides a vision for the current and next stage puts the government and political forces in front of options to test the seriousness and credibility to get out of the current impasse.
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