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The Deputy Speaker of Parliament calls for an emergency session next Monday

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The Deputy Speaker of Parliament calls for an emergency session next Monday Empty The Deputy Speaker of Parliament calls for an emergency session next Monday

Post by rocky on Sat Dec 07, 2019 8:52 am

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[size=18]Deputy Speaker Hassan Al-Kaabi called today, Saturday, to hold an emergency session next Monday in the presence of the highest security leaders, especially the Baghdad Operations Command, to discuss targeting peaceful protesters.


Al-Kaabi said, in a statement that Alsumaria News received a copy of, that "the security leaders should shoulder their responsibilities in preserving the security of peaceful demonstrations demanding reform, change and fighting corruption," noting that "security measures must be tightened to save the lives of protestors protesting in Baghdad and the provinces."






 
He stressed that "all parties and personalities that appear to be involved in the killing of demonstrators in Baghdad and the provinces will be held accountable, as well as the air targeting of the Hanana region in Najaf," calling on parliament to "hold an emergency session next Monday."
 
It is noteworthy that Al-Khulani Square and Al-Senak Bridge in central Baghdad witnessed yesterday evening live fire by unknown persons, in addition to tear gas bombs on the demonstrators, while the Ministry of Interior announced the opening of an investigation into the incident that led to the death and injury of 84 people.


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