Iraqi protest arenas reject politicization efforts ... and condemn the continued assassination of activists and demonstrators
In the capital, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and the provinces, there is a large influx of demonstrators, as warnings of a decision to end the demonstrations by the military forces increase.
Activists on social media circulated images of demonstrations containing slogans rejecting attempts to politicize protest spaces by some parties.
He condemned the killing, crime and threat of peaceful demonstrators, reiterating their demands for choosing an efficient Iraqi figure capable of leading the new government until the early elections.
He pointed out that the power parties are betting on procrastination and procrastination to buy time, in order to pass their corrupt candidates.
On the other hand, the protests continue in Al-Haboubi Square in the city of Nasiriyah, the capital of Dhi Qar Governorate, expressing its anger at the continued neglect of their demands by the government and parliament, most notably an urgent trial of the demonstrators' killers in Dhi Qar and the rest of the provinces, stressing that their demonstrations cannot end with repression, killing and intimidation.
On the other hand, the demonstrators in the Basra sit-in square uploaded the photos of the journalists Ahmed Abdul Samad and Safa Ghali, on the occasion of a week since they were killed by an unknown party near the square.
They pointed out that there has been a major failure in the work of Governor Asaad Al-Eidani and security leaders in the file of the killing and kidnapping of the demonstrators, which is run by influential militias known to all.
Despite the security measures imposed by the police and riot police in Karbala, the protesters protested in the city.
And they raised slogans calling for the accountability of violators of human rights in the province from security officials and leaders, in addition to calling for the speedy formation of a new government, provided that it is independent, away from the power of the power parties.
A member of the Iraqi Human Rights Commission, Ali al-Bayati, expressed his fear of the deteriorating security situation in Karbala, and the impact of this on the security of the demonstrators, pointing in a tweet on Twitter, to the deterioration of security in the province, the proliferation of crime gangs, kidnappings and assassinations, the theft of shops, homes and assault On it, she added, "The security services cannot remain spectators and hand over civilian lives to crime gangs."
Meanwhile, former Deputy Prime Minister Bahaa Al-Araji warned of a political decision aimed at ending the popular protests, indicating in an interview with an Iraqi satellite channel that there are those who want to end the demonstrations in various ways, including the military solution.
Al-Araji indicated that there was no trust between the people and the political forces, due to the actions of the parties that made [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] turn into an arena for settling accounts, indicating that most of the political blocs are thinking about their gains and benefits, and that its decision is not Iraqi.
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