[size=36]State of law compares the abuse of Maliki and Abdul-Mahdi with demonstrations[/size]
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The former deputy of the State of Law coalition, Awatef Nehme, confirmed on Sunday that the government headed by Nuri al-Maliki, did not suppress the demonstrations that began in Mosul and Anbar in 2013, as did the Mahdi government, with demonstrations in Baghdad and the south 2019
. "The government led by Nuri al-Maliki, in 2013 did not attack the demonstrations in Mosul and Anbar violence, which faced the government of Abdul-Mahdi demonstrations in Baghdad and the south."
She added, "Maliki's previous government allowed the demonstrations to continue for several months in the yards of the sit-in."
On the demonstrations of the first of October, Neama stressed that "all the demands of the demonstrators were legitimate," attributing the demonstrations to "the wrong policies of the current government and lack of equitable distribution of the federal budget."
She pointed out that "the recent demonstrations were not without some engineers and the external agenda that entered into those demonstrations."