Al-Sadr's Minister issues instructions on Saturday: The crowd and the judiciary are a red line
The Minister of Sadr wrote, in a post on social media: "His Eminence (Sadr) says, it is forbidden to mention my name with a chant, words, picture, banner, banner or anything else."
He added that "the demonstration (next Saturday) is peaceful and to the end with all its details, and that the demands are to reform the system in all its details (judicial, legislative and executive) and to hold the corrupt accountable," adding: "It is strictly forbidden to demand the return of the Sadrist bloc to Parliament."
Al-Sadr’s Minister indicated, “The security forces and the Popular Mobilization are not only your brothers, but they are from you, you and you, and the attack on them is an attack on his Eminence (Al-Sadr), pointing out that “the march of the demonstration will be from Tahrir Square towards the Celebration Square, and that the judicial authority and its headquarters ( A red line) and if we demand that it be repaired, and we hope not to disturb the people.”
Yesterday, the "Minister of the Leader" who is close to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, had called on all Iraqis to go out in "peaceful, million" demonstrations in Tahrir Square in the center of the capital, Baghdad, "against corruption, militias and corrupt authoritarian parties."
On Wednesday, August 10, Al-Sadr asked the judicial authorities to work on dissolving the Iraqi parliament within a maximum period of the end of this week, urging at the same time the President of the Republic of Iraq, Barham Salih, to set a date for early legislative elections in the country.
The political scene in Iraq has been going through a dangerous turn since supporters of the Sadrist movement led by prominent Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr stormed the parliament building in the fortified Green Zone in central Baghdad, and staged a sit-in in protest against Al-Sudani’s nomination for the position of Prime Minister of the next federal government, at first, before the ceiling rose Their demands are to dissolve parliament and hold early elections, after a call from their leader Muqtada al-Sadr.
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