[size=38]Al-Maliki: Today's Demonstration Called On The Political Components To Have A "Common Word" To Cross The Crisis[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]08/12/2022 | 7:29 PM
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The head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, issued Friday, after the end of the demonstration called for by the coordination framework, indicating that the demonstration sent another message to all political components to come to a common word to cross the crisis.
Below is the text of the statement:
The massive demonstration called for by the coordination framework, expressed a great public interaction with the framework’s positions, and sent a clear message that the Iraqi masses, with all their orientations, interacted with the defense of the legitimacy of the state, and the protection of the constitutional, legislative and judicial institutions, and with its peaceful effectiveness it sent another message to all political components; Come to a common word to cross the crisis that is feared on the constitutional political track, and to avoid obstructing the formation of the new government, disrupting the elected parliament that was formed in accordance with the law and the constitution, and obstructing the holding of its sessions, at a time when Iraqis are looking for a service government that advances the people’s requirements and needs, and raises their concerns. He bears suffering and poverty...
The demonstrations also made it clear, without a doubt, that the street cannot be controlled by one party over the other, but rather it is an arena for interaction and response to everything that is constitutional and legitimate, and that the Iraqis who made the election wedding - with similar failures - demonstrated today, and they want to see institutions The state is working and active, providing services, care and reconstruction, and they do not want to see it broken without a legitimate, national or constitutional right.
May God bless their response, their participation, and the voices they raised