Arab League: We will not interfere with the crisis of the demonstrations in Iraq and we want to restore stability quickly
09:28 - 21/11/2019
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The Arab League said on Thursday it would not intervene in the crisis of demonstrations in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
for weeks, stressing its desire to restore stability in the country as soon as possible.
The Assistant Secretary-General of the Arab League Ambassador Hossam Zaki in an interview with the newspaper "Asharq Al-Awsat" and informed him / information /, that "for Iraq has already issued a statement on violence, and agreed with the Iraqi parties themselves, and noted that the Iraqi Constitution guarantees the right to demonstrate, and enter The Arab League on this line needs a lot of reflection before the Secretary-General decides whether it is required or desirable to intervene to help. ”
Zaki added, “In any case, contact is continuing to check on the Iraqi situation in order to provide assistance. "If assistance is done through intervention, this is something Iraqis must ask for, and we want to restore stability to Iraq as soon as possible."
He added that “the crisis in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Lebanon is a common element, that the two peoples are convinced that the political system based on sectarianism is unable to meet the economic needs and development and that the regime may have reached a point where it is difficult to continue, but it is important so that there is no vacuum in any of The two countries must agree if this system should be changed or modified, what is the alternative and how can this alternative be reached at the lowest possible cost so as not to have economic and security consequences.
Zaki stressed that "we in the Arab League encourage the continuation of internal dialogue between all political and popular parties; because the internal national dialogues are the best way to come up with conclusions that meet the aspirations of the two peoples." Done / 25