An international poll: the demonstrators in Iraq do not trust non-Sistani and the absence of America's popularity
13:15 - 12/12/2019
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A poll of the global company "Gallup" published today, Thursday, showed that the demonstrators in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] do not trust a person other than the religious authority, Mr. Ali Sistani, while it indicated that 93% of the demonstrators do not trust the American administration and what is issued by it.
"The biggest problem for any permanent solution is the profound lack of confidence in the current political players, except for the Shiite cleric," said Munqeth Dagher, director of the Middle East division of Gallup International, a pollster and founder of the independent research group, Munqeth Dagher, in an article published by the Washington Post. The most influential in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Ayatollah Ali Sistani, who enjoys the confidence of 60% of the demonstrators.
He added, “As for the other players in the state (legislative, executive, and even judicial branches), less than 5% of the Iraqis trust them, according to our latest poll, and more than 90% of the demonstrators welcome early elections, but because of their lack of confidence in state institutions, a small percentage of them agree To be conducted under the current electoral commission, not even under the supervision of Iraqi judges.
He continued, "The level of trust in external players is low. There are 7% who trust in America, 25% in the European Union and 30% in the United Nations."
He explained that “in these demonstrations, feelings changed. 94% of the demonstrators said that the demonstrations made them feel important people, and the same percentage said that participating in these demonstrations made them feel that they had a say in the future of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , while 97% said that their participation in the demonstrations made them more proud That they are Iraqis. ” Ended / 25