[size=36]Millions of protests in Baghdad against the new government .. Pictures[/size]
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A million protest movement started today, Tuesday, in the capital Baghdad, with a large influx of people from the provinces of central and southern Iraq, to confirm the fulfillment of the demands, before the parliament went to vote to grant confidence to the government headed by Muhammad Allawi.
The protesters, in their millionaire rally hosted by Tahrir Square, in the center of Baghdad, renewed their demands, foremost of which was the "rejection of the newly appointed Prime Minister, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi," and the choice of an independent alternative, from outside the circle of parties that passed in Iraq since the change of 2003, until now.
And the demonstrators, many of whom flocked from the governorates of central and southern Iraq, in response to the call they had mobilized through social media during the past days, carried to the February 25 million, placards of demands in which they also asked Parliament to ratify the new election law in preparation for a comprehensive change in the political process. Current.
The demonstrators continued to arrive in large numbers, to the Tahrir Square, the Turkish restaurant building, the Garden of the Nation, and the liberation tunnel from Saadoun.
Human rights activist Ali al-Makdam said that Tahrir Square has been crowded since the early morning hours with tens of thousands of demonstrators, students, and students, from the central and southern governorates.
Al-Mekdan added that the liberation square is witnessing millions of protests, and it confirms its independence, and that the October Uprising will not cool down, there is a fighter break, but February 25 is the beginning, not the beginning of the end, our path is long and continuous.
The most prominent thing in the protests today is the rejection of the party candidate, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, in addition to the independence of the protest, and the assertion of the independence of the November revolution, and that the demonstrators will not, and have not been affected by, any political party whether the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, or anyone else.
Al-Makdam concluded his statement that the popular revolution is independent and will not be subject to the direction of anyone, noting that the million protests in Tahrir will continue until late at night, after its start at dawn today.
The demonstrators in Najaf Governorate also continue their protests, despite the announcement of the first recorded infection of the Corona virus by an Iranian "Hawzoy religious" student, yesterday.
The protesters in Najaf, central Iraq, adopted gags to prevent the outbreak of the new virus that had been recorded in their city, whose official working hours were suspended, with many institutions closed to avoid contracting the disease.
The escalation of demonstrations, and the February 25 revolution, comes before the Iraqi parliament went to vote on the government booth provided by Prime Minister Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, who was rejected by the protest yards in Tahrir Square, in the heart of Baghdad, the central and southern governorates, since the first day assigned to him by the president The Republic, Barham Salih, at the beginning of this month.
The demonstrators in the capital, Baghdad, and some Iraqi governorates, continue their popular protests since the beginning of last October, and until now, until their demands are met, foremost of which is choosing an independent president for an interim government that paves the way for early elections under international supervision. Ended 29 / A 43
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