Liberation protestors renew their rejection of offering names previously rejected for the post of prime minister
The protestors renewed their rejection of any of the names previously rejected for the position of prime minister in the next government.
They said in a statement that the political blocs continue to fight the struggle of state shares, and share their wealth, ignoring the demands of the people, by correcting the course of the political process, by ending the custom of sectarian quota and the concurrence of power forces, which serve their narrow interests at the expense of the country's interest.
The statement continued: "As we continue our revolution until achieving the demands that we set since the beginning of our movement, we confirm our opposition against any attempt to re-submit names that had been rejected by the sit-in squares before, to assume the position of prime minister.
The statement stressed that the next stage requires the presence of a prime minister who pledges to implement What the revolution has determined before, by preparing for early elections, is the end date for it at the end of this year, to impose security and confine arms to the state, and to bring the killers of the demonstrators to justice, so that they receive their fair punishment.
The statement pointed out: "While we reaffirm our commitment to adhere to the peaceful option, in order to preserve the security of squares and demonstrators, we call on national officers in the Ministry of Defense, for direct intervention, in protecting protesters and squares, after kidnappings and repression continued, without the Ministry of Interior It is concerned with the maintenance of internal security, that is, any role in protecting the protest squares.
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