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Post by rocky on Sat 07 Dec 2019, 2:07 am

[size=35][size=35]Others are asking the security services for a "quick explanation" of what happened yesterday in central Baghdad[/size]
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[size=18]A deputy of the Saeron Alliance considered today, Saturday, that what happened yesterday from the attacks on peaceful demonstrators in central Baghdad, requires a quick explanation from the government and its security apparatus.


Salam al-Shammari said, in a press statement, Alsumaria News received a copy of it, "The entry of cars carrying armed persons to the protesting square without preventing or searching is something that cannot be tolerated and the concerned authorities must clarify this quickly."

Al-Shammari added that "the attacks by these armed men against peaceful and unarmed demonstrators are dangerous and clearly reveal the existence of losing parties if the peaceful movement continues to achieve positive results."







He explained that "most groups of the people, with different orientations, with the peaceful mass movement to achieve legitimate demands, which apparently pulled the rug out of the parties driven internally and externally, and started to carry out illegal and negative actions."

Al-Shammari stressed the necessity that "the government and its security services, in all their forms, bear the responsibility for what happened and must assure the people of their ability to establish security and stability."
 
Yesterday, Friday, the Ministry of Interior announced the opening of an investigation with gunfire in the Al-Sinak area, and confirmed that it had resulted in the death of four people and the wounding of 80 people.


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