[size=36]The Iraqi Communist demands the resignation of the government and early elections[/size]
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Iraq's Communist Party called on Wednesday for the resignation of the government and early elections.
A statement issued by the party received (Mawazine News), that "the final results issued yesterday, to investigate the government committee in the bloody repression of the October demonstrations, and the conclusions and recommendations, showed that the last hope that the government and its institutions bear political responsibility and criminal responsibility for "The killing and wounding of thousands of innocent and unarmed people has been completely dashed, just as the hopes for the government to complete its program, on which the parliament gained confidence a year ago, have been dashed."
The statement added: "
He pointed out that "to spare our people and our country the negative and dangerous possibilities, and to ensure a peaceful and smooth democratic transfer of power and in accordance with the Constitution, imposes the resignation of the existing government and the formation of a new government of national elements efficient and impartial and efficient, a government with exceptional powers to be formed away from the approach of political sectarianism and the abhorrent quota system and corruption system ".
He stressed, "The tasks of the new government are: to accomplish the immediate steps to secure the people and reassure their urgent needs, and to reform the economic, social and service conditions of the country, and to bring just retribution to those who committed the murders of protesters and those who ordered them, the release of detainees and absentees, and stop the campaigns of prosecution. And the chase. "
He pointed out, "It is also important to move the files of corruption and bring the spoilers to justice and the restoration of looted funds, and confine weapons to the state and end the role of militias and armed elements outlaws, and to preserve the sovereignty of the Iraqi state and ensure the independence of national decision."
He pointed out, "Preparing for early elections to be preceded by, the development of a new democratic and fair election law for the House of Representatives and the provincial councils, which enshrines the principle of citizenship, as well as amending the law on political parties to ensure the establishment of a healthy democratic political life."
He continued: "Also the election of a new high commission for elections, truly independent and includes competencies from outside political parties and blocs and under the supervision of the judiciary, and to ensure effective international supervision."
The statement concluded: "Finally, we believe that it is necessary to encourage and support the popular and peaceful peaceful pressure and orderly and the continuation of its momentum, until the achievement of the objectives and demands of the people mentioned."