Iraq demonstrators: President Saleh's assignment to al-Zarfi underestimated the minds of Iraqis and ignored the demands of the sit-in
The organizing committee of the October demonstrations announced its categorical rejection of what it called the corruption sectarian candidate parties of the people of Najaf city, its corruption and loyalty to the Dawa Party and its participation in two elections, renewing the demand to dissolve the parliament.
The Organizing Committee of the demonstrations said in a statement, that President Saleh's selection of Al-Zrafi to the post of prime minister is a clear disregard for the minds of Iraqis and a deliberate disregard for the demands of peaceful protestors who repeatedly stressed that those who contributed to the institutions of the legislative and executive system and were part of the corruption system that plundered [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] money will not be acceptable to the revolutionaries For the post of prime minister.
The committee stressed that the protesters will carry out all peaceful escalatory activities and activities to drop the candidacy of Adnan Al-Zorfi, President Saleh's note of the demands of the protesters to dissolve a parliament and appoint an independent national figure to head a transitional government away from the sectarian quota system. Its main task is to freeze the constitution and conduct fair and fair elections under international supervision in accordance with the fair elections law It is shared by all Iraqis alike.
A political source stated that the process of assigning Al-Zrafi was carried out in the presence of the President of the Federal Court, Medhat Al-Mahmoud, Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faeq Zidan, and Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi.
In a statement issued by the presidency, Saleh expressed his hope that he would work to conduct early and fair elections, achieve the aspirations of the Iraqis, and meet the legitimate demands of peaceful demonstrators by carrying out the required reforms, and to preserve the sovereignty, stability, and security of Iraq.
Zarfi, a member of the Dawa Party and then in the "Victory" coalition headed by former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, has 30 days to form a government, gain the confidence of Parliament and organize early parliamentary elections.
Al-Zarfi’s assignment came after Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi’s apology for forming the government due to the inability to find political accommodation, and therefore the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, who has been resigned since December, is still conducting business.
Al-Zarfi will also have the task of resolving the issue of the presence of foreign forces on Iraqi soil.
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