Al-Sadr Minister: The current demonstrations are against (a malfunctioning parliament)
Al-Iraqi said in a blog on social networking sites "Facebook" today, "The current demonstrations are against (a broken parliament) that cannot enact service laws and has not fulfilled its oath to serve its people and did not observe the constitutional deadlines to form a government," wondering, "even if the current demonstrations were not It is in front of the House of Representatives, so was the framework able to form a government with the intensification of framework disputes with all the other blocs as a whole, without exception, even some independents without the exploiters?
He continued in his publication, speaking about the coordination framework, "They say: their demonstrations are to support the state, so they are constitutional... As for the reform demonstrations, they are against the state, parliament and the judiciary. They are not constitutional."
The Leader’s Minister replied, “We say: You are against the current prime ministership, and perhaps it is against the President of the Republic, according to the fact that their terms have expired.. and you were against Parliament because you only got a few chairs and you claimed forgery, which country do you support?!! Especially since we disagree with the judiciary except Our disagreement is peaceful and we have not violated its respect.”
He continued by saying, "They say: Your demonstrations are uncivilized because there are (graves), ostriches, and the like. We say: Yes, but if we compare it with: (the drone) over the prime minister's house, for example, and after a direct threat and an explicit threat from (Abu Ragaiba), which one is less? worse?!"
And he continued, "In general, which country are you defending, and our Iraq is without electricity, services, security, stability, sovereignty, or budget, and with an army that is not respected by Spykerman and a *cash* he describes as cowardly and with a reference that closed the doors in the faces of all politicians?"
He asked, "Which country and pills and drugs filled Iraq and uncontrolled weapons in the hands of those who are bulls and bears? And which country and state money is looted and the corrupt and the thieves play and have fun?"
He concluded his publication by saying, "Which country and the waters of Mesopotamia have dried up, the people of the villages have been displaced, and crimes are increasing day by day, and Iraq is isolated because of your actions and your corruption? So, stop laughing at your beards."
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