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The Chernis discuss the future of the protest movement and stress the activation of the parties' law

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The Chernis discuss the future of the protest movement and stress the activation of the parties' law Empty The Chernis discuss the future of the protest movement and stress the activation of the parties' law

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[size=52]The Chernis discuss the future of the protest movement and stress the activation of the parties' law[/size]

[size=45]Dhi Qar / Hussein Al-Amil[/size]
[size=45]The participants in the symposium on the future of the protest movement in Iraq stressed the activation of the parties’ law in the field of pursuing political money, the chaos of arms and parties with external loyalty, stressing that the process of real change will be through the renewal of the October movement and the liberation of the judiciary from political pressures and the pursuit of political money by law. Where did you get this from.[/size]
[size=45]The participants in the symposium organized by the Amassi Street team on the gardens of the lobby of the local administration in Nasiriyah, which was attended by a large number of activists in the October movement, discussed a number of issues related to the starting points of the October movement, popular demands, the active forces in it, and the future prospects of the aforementioned movement.[/size]
[size=45]As civil activist Faris Haram spoke during his hosting in the symposium moderated by the poet Kazem Shaker and attended by (Al-Mada) about the most prominent achievements in the October uprising and the future tasks that awaits, indicating that “October achieved good results, whether by changing the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi, amending the election law and changing The commission, the electoral package, and the dissolution of Parliament,” he added, “but the structural defect remained represented in the failure to activate the parties’ law and its application to the parties involved in corruption and with external links that have armed arms, and this necessitated the adoption of the option of boycotting the elections.”[/size]
[size=45]And he indicated that “the chaos of weapons, targeting and assassination of activists, using corruption funds in electoral campaigns and buying votes were among the main reasons that called for boycotting the elections,” noting that “the boycott movement was influential in shedding light on the Iraqi elections and activating the international role in monitoring them.”[/size]
[size=45]Regarding the future of the protest movement, Haram said that “Tishreen has not given everything it has, and it has the social tools for change that are stronger than the partisan tools,” stressing that “the masses are a great force for change capable of imposing their conditions.”[/size]
[size=45]He revealed that “the next struggle for Tishreen is the insistence on implementing the parties’ law and activating the law, from where did you get this, because their failure to implement them means the existence of an improper political life.” On the parties that violate this law.”[/size]
[size=45]He added, "This is in addition to purifying the judiciary and liberating it from political influences and pressures, reformulating parliamentary representation and clearly defining the largest bloc in the election law so that there is no room for political interpretation that disrupted the political process and negatively affected people's lives."[/size]
[size=45]Article VIII of the Political Parties Law No. 36 of 2015 stipulates that (the establishment and work of the party shall not take the form of military or paramilitary organizations, nor may it be associated with any armed force, and that there shall not be among the party’s founders, leaders, or members who are proven by virtue of a decisive advocacy Or participate in the promotion in any way of publicity of ideas that contradict the provisions of the Constitution).[/size]
[size=45]Article 9 stipulates that whoever establishes a party must be “not convicted by a final judgment of a competent court for the crime of premeditated murder, a crime against honor, crimes of terrorism, financial or administrative corruption, or international crimes, not covered by accountability and justice procedures, and not affiliated with the dissolved Baath Party. The rank of an active member or above.[/size]
[size=45]Haram stressed the need to “form a front for the forces of change that brings together all the forces and social activities, with the need to treat the diseases that afflicted the protest movement,” stressing the possibility of removing the repressive government through peaceful struggle.[/size]
[size=45]Haram referred to "the leadership tendency of some of the participants in October, describing it as a dangerous tendency for the societal movement," calling for revolutionary humility.[/size]
[size=45]And about the chaos of arms, the civil activist said that “who killed the October people is the political weapon, and the problem of weapons is the main obstacle facing the process of change,” noting that “the suppression of the demonstrators since the first day of the October demonstrations was carried out by multiple parties, some of them political and others militia, not to mention the suppression of power.[/size]
[size=45]The participants in the symposium pointed out that “Tishreen proposed new national and social values, different from what is prevalent, represented by the wide participation of women and challenging the prevailing values ​​by demanding a healthy homeland and taking to the street to restore a stolen right as well as revolutionizing the Husseini cause.” They added, “As transformations and societal initiatives have emerged that express On revolutionary and academic humility, as doctors, artists, and professors even engage in cleaning work in the demonstration yards, painting the sidewalks, and decorating the walls with expressive paintings.”[/size]
[size=45]In turn, Haram spoke about the prevailing values ​​in society and among the majority of the demonstrators, stressing that "society was and still suffers from a crisis of values ​​as a result of corruption, fraud, political deception, the chaos of arms, the imposition of convictions and tyranny." He stressed that "October is a struggle of values, new values ​​advocated by the demonstrators and youth to confront antiquated values ​​based on corruption and deception," noting that "the participation of students is a starting point to revolutionize the youth and express social anger and reject oppressive values ​​and failed authority."[/size]
[size=45]Haram pointed out that "Tishreen was characterized by the entry of young people and students to the protest line, not to mention the toilers, as it had the support of many academics and intellectuals," stressing that "the generation of the October uprising is a generation that is like a miracle in insisting on extracting its rights."[/size]
[size=45]Haram added, "Despite the good academic support for Tishreen, but on the other hand, there is a clear discrepancy in the opinions and positions of the academics," noting that "some of them supported it, supported it and participated in it, and some of them adopted neutrality, and some opposed it traditionally, while some hardcore opponents incited against it and incited the suppression of its participants." He cited his experience with the demonstrators in Al-Sadreen Square in Najaf and in the academic community to which he belongs at the University of Kufa.[/size]
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