[size=36]The Sadrist Movement: The sit-in in Parliament will remain open until the corrupt are removed from power[/size]
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, the director of the office of the leader of the Sadrist movement in Baghdad, Ibrahim al-Jabri, confirmed today, Sunday, that the sit-in of the Sadrist movement's supporters in the parliament building inside the Green Zone in Baghdad will remain open until the "corrupt clans" are removed from power.
Al-Jabri said: "The sit-in in Parliament is open, and we say to the Iraqi people, who walked and came from most bridges to Baghdad and entered Parliament, and said that there will be an open sit-in until this corrupt group is removed from the bench of power."
He added, "The first and last goal of the sit-in is to remove corruption. If corruption is removed, Iraq will flourish, and if it is not removed, Iraq will not recover."
And he continued, "Sectarianism will remain, and those who relate to this sectarianism will remain, unfortunately, and those who are related to the love of homelands outside their homeland, and this is not satisfied by the living conscience of those who came and entered Parliament from among the Iraqi people."
Regarding the Sadrist movement's readiness for dialogue with the "coordinating framework" after the leaders' calls yesterday to sit down and negotiate with the movement, al-Jabri asked, "Who represents the framework? Is it Nuri al-Maliki, Haider al-Abadi, Hadi al-Amiri, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, or who?"
He continued, "They all said we demand the framework and the Sadrist movement to sit at the negotiating table. Who is the framework? We do not know who."
He continued, "Is there a split so that we know that so-and-so has left the framework? All of them today are calling for the framework, so who is the framework? The framework is inside Iraq or outside Iraq?"
The demonstrators supporting the Sadrist movement had organized protests inside the Green Zone in Baghdad, in protest against the nomination of the "Coordinating Framework" coalition, Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani, for the position of prime minister.