Abadi's coalition warns of the "demise" of the political system in Iraq
Activists and bloggers are gathering for a new protest in Iraq starting October 25, after the 40th visit.
"All the political class, including the government and parliament, must either prove to the Iraqi street that the political process is capable of dealing and correcting the course and able to address the problems," said Faisal al-Issawi, a coalition MP. Iraq all. "
Al-Issawi said that "so far there is no consensus to say that these demonstrators are right, and there is no consensus to say that these are not right, and there is no consensus to suppress them or unanimity to absorb them, therefore what is happening in the street can be reflected on all the activities of Iraqi society and Every geographical area in the country, so everyone should be careful. "
The leading Shiite cleric in Iraq, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, last Friday, gave the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, a maximum of two weeks, to prosecute aggressors against demonstrators who demand their legitimate rights.
The Iraqi government will immediately announce the formation of an investigation committee, the results of which will be announced within seven days.
The Iraqi capital Baghdad and other cities since the beginning of this month, large-scale popular demonstrations, and the anger of demonstrators increased after the increasing confrontations with the security services, which resulted in the deaths of more than 110 people and wounded about 6 thousand.