Al-Asadi: Most of the forces agreed to keep "Abdul-Mahdi" and we tried to distort the demonstrations
22:44 - 07/11/2019
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Information / Baghdad
Al-Fateh MP Ahmed al-Asadi confirmed on Thursday that most political forces agreed not to dismiss Prime Minister Adel Abdel-Mahdab, noting that there is a complete diagnosis of people and tools that seek to divert demonstrations from their peacefulness, pointing out that all forces met to pay attention to the demands of the people and implement them.
Al-Asadi said in a televised statement followed by (information), that "the demands of the current demonstrations are cumulative and not new demands, and meetings of the forces are continuing and we are trying to develop solutions quickly, as the meeting of forces lasted for more than two hours to reach a solution to the crisis and pay attention to the demands of the people and implementation."
He added: "We know that the people who demanded the right is our public and we will work to please him, and we have a full diagnosis of people and tools that seek to divert demonstrations from peacefulness."
He said: "Constitutional amendment has become inevitable and no political force can stand in the face of the constitutional amendment, although he was not offered to vote in 12 years, as the immediate response to the demands of the people is more important than discussing the most appropriate for the prime minister."
He stressed: "All forces were present at yesterday's meeting and most of the forces at the meeting agreed not to dismiss Abdul Mahdi, and most political forces are convinced of the need for constitutional amendment." Finished 25 N