The coordination framework for its supporters: You are the national majority and no party can confiscate the will of everyone
Shafaq News / The coordinating framework announced, today, Friday, that it stands by the demands of the demonstrators from its supporters, which include the demands of the "national majority." ".
In a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, the coordinating framework said that it "is extending its deep thanks and great gratitude to the Iraqi masses, with their different groups and various social segments, as they demonstrate in Baghdad, the capital of the state and the center of the steadfast national project in the face of attempts to abolish, and in Basra, Al-Fayhaa, Iraq's material and moral reservoir and its economic capital, and in Nineveh. The mother of the two springs and the bride of liberation expresses the unity of her position and the legality of her demands in defending the state and its constitutional institutions, especially the judiciary and the legislative authority.
The coordination framework expressed "its solidarity with the will of the demonstrators, which affirmed the demands of the national majority for a free and dignified life and the establishment of a government of national service that provides a decent life for all the Iraqi people."
The coordination framework continued, "We pledge to the Iraqi masses to work hard and continuously in order to achieve their demands, and we will not deviate from these major national goals as long as they are linked to the hopes, aspirations and aspirations of this people in equality and social justice."
And the coordinating framework indicated that "most importantly, this country is managed only through dialogue and understanding between all its people, and no party can confiscate the will of everyone under any pretext or pretext. ".
The coordinating framework also offered "thanks and appreciation to the organizing committee, its subcommittees and the media, which all cooperated in order to show the beautiful picture of the demonstrations," noting that "we will always be with you in all arenas and situations."
The head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, said, on Friday, that the street cannot be acquired by one party over the other, but rather it is an arena in response to every constitutional position.
Baghdad and Iraqi governorates witnessed the launch of demonstrations by the Sadrist movement in the Green Zone, in central Baghdad, and the rest of the Iraqi governorates, which were met by demonstrations of the coordination framework in the governorates of Basra and Nineveh, as well as at the Green Zone gate from the side of the suspension bridge, which ended with an open sit-in as well.
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