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    Anbar.. Al-Sudanese actions were widely welcomed amid the Al-Halbousi party's discontent and its rej

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    Post by Rocky Thu 06 Jul 2023, 4:59 am

    [size=52]Anbar.. Al-Sudanese actions were widely welcomed amid the Al-Halbousi party's discontent and its rejection of the demands of the people of the province[/size]
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    The actions of the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, have received the support of the people of Anbar Province, and they are waiting for someone to support them and stand by their demands to rid them of the influence of some parties that impose their authority on decisions in that province.
    Things became clear after the security forces stood up and opened fire on the demonstrators supporting the anti-corruption measures.
    Political parties confirm the existence of seven corruption files within the governorate that need urgent action by the authority, but the ruling party ignored the demands of the people, which generated a state of anger and directed towards demonstrations to stand by the government in order to combat corruption.
    “The demonstrations that took place were not the first spark, but rather support for the government measures announced by the Federal Integrity Commission,” said the leader of the Unified Anbar Alliance, Muhammad Dahham, in an interview with Al Malouma Agency.

     
    He added, "The security services in Anbar province seem to have obtained orders from political party parties in order to stand against the demonstrators, despite the fact that the demonstrations obtained approval from the Anbar province and therefore are officially licensed."
    On a related level, the independent politician Ahmed Al-Fahdawi confirmed to Al-Maalouma that "Anbar has 7 files of corruption, in addition to the director of integrity in the province being involved in that, at a time when the demonstrators demanded the realization of the right, the accountability of the negligent, and the referral of the corrupt to the judiciary.”
    He explained, "There has been a state of monopolization of power in Anbar for years, as the demonstrators demanded an end to this situation, compensation for those affected, and finding services for their areas."
    He pointed out that "the Taqaddam party did not deal with these demands and ignored them, which prompted the protest." 
    In the same context, Sheikh Sattam Abu Risha, in a tweet, called on the government in Anbar to submit its resignation and preserve what is left of its face, so that it is not a tool to ignite discord among the people of the province.

    He added, "The people have run out of patience because of the power of corruption and the domination of the corrupt over the facilities of government departments, with the support of the local Anbar government, which receives orders from political parties that support corruption." ended 25 n
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