Al-Maliki and Allawi's coalition recall the October protests and warn against "penetrating" them
The Parliamentary State of Law bloc said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, "We believe that peaceful protest guaranteed by the constitution is one of the pressing means in the framework of restoring matters to their rightful place, and the best way to correct the paths of the political process and evaluate government performance, and we are encouraged by the peaceful October demonstrators who are eager for a government." A service that meets their aspirations and addresses the country's urgent problems, foremost of which is restoring the prestige of the state and its security institutions, solving the problem of poverty and unemployment, fighting corruption and other files that directly affect the life of the citizen.
The bloc also commended the "discipline of those making the right demands, which requires all of us to take a serious stance to meet them and place them among the priorities of the upcoming government curriculum," warning at the same time against "being drawn behind calls for escalation and chaos through which some seek to ride the wave of protests, and harness them towards achieving their violent goals." and his unconstitutional demands.
The State of Law bloc reiterated its strong condemnation and denunciation of the operations of targeting the Green Zone with missiles and other armed practices that would stir terror and fear among the citizen, threaten his security and undermine societal peace, calling for "unity among Iraqis and the renunciation of differences, especially in this sensitive circumstance, to protect our country." Al-Aziz is one of the plots of sedition and conspiracy.”
In turn, the National Coalition said, "The October revolution changed many political equations and opened up the prospects for the popular role to draw the map of the future, despite the repressions faced by the peaceful October revolution."
In a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, the coalition affirmed its continued principled position that the logic of dialogue and political and constitutional paths should prevail to resolve the crisis that has clouded its negative effects on Iraq, state, authorities, institutions, administration and services, expressing its "increasing concern about the seriousness of the current conditions that are open to all possibilities." .
The coalition called, "the October revolutionaries to maintain the peacefulness of the popular demonstrations and not to allow any party to penetrate them to turn their revolutionary path into non-peaceful options, and thus give justifications for their suppression," calling on the Iraqi government to "preserve the lives of the demonstrators and ensure the rules of international humanitarian law respecting the right of expression." At the same time, preserving civil peace, state institutions, funds, public and private rights and freedoms, and ensuring transparency of information and news as a fundamental right of the citizen in light of the chaos of information and news, which was punctuated by dangerous incitement to practice violence, revenge and tampering with the capabilities of the country and the lives of citizens.
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