Al-Halfi: The Iranian scenario in suppressing the demonstrations will not be repeated in Iraq
The Communist Party leader and former deputy Jassem Al-Halfi emphasized that the Iranian scenario in suppressing the demonstrations will not be repeated in Iraq.
Al-Halfi said in a press statement, "The withdrawal of the security forces, extinguishing electricity and entering the groups to kill the demonstrators in Al-Sank and Al-Khilani last Friday night, represents an aggression and a heinous crime that will not pass, because the entire civilized world stood against it."
He added, "There are those who believe that the repression that took place in Iran against the demonstrators can be repeated in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and obtain the same results, but this will not happen," noting that "the continuous killing will not achieve the goal, because the protesters will increase their presence and the spread of their spread."
He continued, "What happened in Al-Khulani was a shooting by an armed force against peaceful demonstrators," adding that "we lived in the deep state, and today we live in non-state, and targeting demonstrators is aimed at ending the protests."
And Al-Halfi indicated that "conducting pro-regime protests against the demonstrations is an Iranian method, and those who come out with a mandate do not have the same approach, and come out for an hour or two, and those who come out with pro-regime demonstrations in Iran believe that the regime's survival guarantees their economic interests."
He explained, "The regime that produced ruin and corrupt people cannot be accepted for its survival or reform within this same system, without holding the corrupt people accountable or opening their corruption files," stressing that "people demand radical demands, and the uprising is going towards forming real state institutions that depend on the criteria for building a state." And not the interests of parties that dominate state institutions and confiscate their resources. "
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