[size=36]Protesters set out in the specifications for the new prime minister[/size]
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The protesters of Tahrir Square in the capital, Baghdad, announced in a statement that was widely circulated on social media, on Wednesday, and they set out the specifications for the new prime minister.
According to the statement, the Prime Minister of Iraq must be independent and not affiliated with any party or stream and without a dual nationality, not a minister or the rank of minister or parliament or conservative, and be honest and courageous and not accused in any corruption case.
The statement continued that the age of the new prime minister must not exceed 55 years, and he pledges not to run for the upcoming elections, and he is obligated to implement the demands of the protesters in the sit-in squares, and that his decision is an Iraqi, independent, and not subject to pressure from political blocs or external interference.
"As you know, we are continuing to restore the homeland and the land. Yes, we feel that our land is usurped despite the fact that we are governed by an Iraqi. We have come out revolting in the face of injustice and oppressors, and every day of protest we bleed a lot of blood and shed tears and lost companions and friends, from owners Noble and honorable attitudes, who fell martyrs of heroes in the various cities of our beloved country, which is witnessing a peaceful struggle for the restoration of what the oppressors usurped from us.
"After patience and determination, we managed to bring down the government of killing by sniping, but now we are at the gates of a new stage that requires clarification from us, so after consultation, we found it important to define the characteristics of the Iraqi Prime Minister, who will receive the helm of government in the next transitional stage paved," the statement added. For early elections, the fact that the next stage is a sensitive stage will determine the fate of a nation. " M hn