The National Coalition announces its support for the demonstration next Tuesday
The leader of the National Coalition, and former Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, announced today, Saturday, his support for a demonstration next Tuesday, describing it as a "better response" to quotas.
Allawi said in a tweet on his social networking site "Twitter" that "Iraq is on a new date with its sons, to renew loyalty and belonging, the Iraqi master himself and will not care for campaigns of repression, kidnapping, killing and intimidation."
Allawi added that "the February 25 demonstrations that we support and support will be the best response to the policies of quotas, corruption, and shops for bullying militias or dependence on external influence."
It is noteworthy that a number of activists and sit-in protest protestors, have called for a large demonstration next Tuesday, in response to what they called the quotas and the division of positions in the new government.
Allawi had resigned from the membership of the Iraqi Council of Representatives on the tenth of last month because of the failure of the Council to perform its legislative and oversight role and its failure to deal seriously and positively with the demands of the popular and mass movement.
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