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Iraqi demonstrators are preparing to leave with "millionaires" on February 25, activists on social media called, while others talked about their intention to go from their southern provinces to Baghdad.
On Twitter, Twitter launched the tag [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], with the aim of inviting the planned demonstration, to reach the list of hashtags that are most frequently discussed on the site.
The tweeters attached photos and video clips documenting events that occurred after the first of last October, the day of the start of the demonstrations that continue until now, some of them were demonstrators who were killed during their participation in the protests, among more than 500 martyrs and about 25 thousand wounded.
And February 25 coincides with the anniversary of the start of the 2011 [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] affected by the wave of the "Arab Spring" in Arab countries, when Nuri al-Maliki was in charge of his second government.
The demonstrators had demands, most notably the amendment of the Iraqi constitution and the end of sectarian quotas in the sharing of positions between political parties, and the protesters were subjected to violence inside Tahrir Square, some of whom were stabbed with knives.
School students, universities, and institutes are keen to renew the spirit of demonstrations, through mass marches towards the sit-in areas, in addition to feminist marches that roam the streets of some governorates heading to the same squares and denounce the abuse of women demonstrators by parties and religious groups.
The call to organize a million, with the aim of raising the frequency of protests on February 25, comes at a time when the person charged with forming the government, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, "rejected in the demonstration squares," faces Kurdish and Sunni political protests over his mechanism in choosing his cabinet, with a vow not to give his government confidence in Parliament. , Which is scheduled to be brought to the vote before March 2.
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