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    Parliamentarians: we are with peaceful demonstrations and their legitimate demands

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    Parliamentarians: we are with peaceful demonstrations and their legitimate demands Empty Parliamentarians: we are with peaceful demonstrations and their legitimate demands

    Post by day dreamer Wed 05 Aug 2015, 11:38 pm

    Parliamentarians: we are with peaceful demonstrations and their legitimate demands

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     8/6/2015 0:00


     
    BAGHDAD - morning
     While supporting the parliamentarians demonstrations that started in more than one province, against the backdrop of a lack of basic services continued for many years, popular protests have continued to lack of services and nose "electricity" in various cities and provinces of the country, amid promises and "responses" government "is not satisfactory" to hatred demonstrators
    which had lost considerable support by the three presidencies and parliamentary blocs as well.
    The outskirts of Baghdad

     The last of those demonstrations, came out yesterday on the outskirts of the capital, Baghdad, and specifically in the "neighborhood laboratories" to demand the provision of services, and a number of demonstrators cut off the road leading to oil depots near the place of putting on airs.
    As called for in the neighborhood said the local council, to send officials to negotiate with the protesters.
    He said local council member Kadhim al-Mahmoudi said in a statement: "The hundreds of people Ahaaourh, happiness and dignity, east of Baghdad areas came out this morning (yesterday), a demonstration spontaneous as the rest of demonstrations in the rest of Iraq to demand better services," noting that "those areas do not
    where services are available, it is located on the administrative border between the provinces of Baghdad and Diyala. "
    He added that "these areas belonging to the Diyala geographically and administratively Baghdad," noting that "the demonstrators cut off the road leading to the oil depots Rusafa, threatening to cause a severe crisis, in case of failure to respond to their demands."
    Mahmudi called on the government to "send officials to negotiate with the protesters and handed their demands," explaining that "the most prominent demands are the provision of water, and the electricity they become above the level of officials."
    Maysan

     
    In Maysan, head of the provincial council promised Munther griller, the demonstrators to meet their demands and deliver their voice to the central government, noting that "the positive engagement between demonstrators and security agencies missed the opportunity to Almtshehadan in troubled waters."
    Griller said: "The legitimate right to demonstrate and to be given rights are taken, so we will not allow our rights to leave or become complacent in the claim or defense."
    As demonstrated Almisaon a few days ago in front of the provincial council in protest at the poor services provided to citizens, as well as the rampant financial corruption in state institutions.
    Preparing a number of activists and intellectuals of the central and southern provinces to organize a demonstration kicks off on Friday against financial corruption and poor services.
    Karbala

     In Karbala, Deputy Prime Karbala province Ali al-Maliki said: "The local government is the demands of the demonstrators Secretariat, and Karbala will not tolerate the lack of electricity crisis, and the council will do his best to please the fans that come out to demonstrate," adding that the local government directed not to
    Commitment programmed machining selected from the central control until the Ministry of Electricity in response to the demands of the masses of the province.
    Maliki said that "the problem of electricity has become chronic because of poor planning by the Ministry of Electricity and its policy is sick with a share of the Middle Euphrates provinces in general, particularly Karbala deliberately reduce the share of electricity."
    He added, that "the Karbala Provincial Council with the protests launched by citizens to demand higher Karbala share of electric power, because this was of their rights guaranteed by the Constitution in order to improve the services provided."
    Sulaymaniyah

     Demands the demonstrations spread to the provinces of the Kurdistan region, as demonstrated in dozens of Sulaimaniyah to protest the lack of basic services, as well as it happened in the city of Khanaqin.
    It is hoped that the new graduation demonstrations in different parts of the country, in the coming days to the beat of promises and governmental responses and described as "timid" by observers.
    Parliamentary support

     
    In a related development, following the political backlash pro-demonstrations demanding better services and accounting spoilers, under frequent invitations to Slmatha sustainability and the preservation of public lands of the futility of "lurking."
    As parliamentarians supported these demonstrations, which started in more than one province, against the backdrop of the continued lack of basic services for many years, and the inability of institutions involved in your treatment, despite the enormous money Almsrovh.mn between these MP Abdul-Hadi al-Saadawi, who expressed in a statement the "morning" support
    Popular protests, praising Bslmatha and responsibility "not to be public money."
    Said Saadawi: "We are with peaceful demonstrations and claim rights, and at the same time we call on the demonstrators to maintain public money and prevent infiltrators from drag it to another track," and expressed his fear of "infiltrators" and their quest "to discredit the demonstrations and give it a different picture to those that we have seen in the past few days
    . "He added," The demands of the demonstrators are legitimate and we are with the questioning of the Minister of Electricity and take strict measures by the government and by the Committee on Energy and integrity to question any official in the Ministry of Electricity, a normal procedure and must be held accountable for negligence. "
    Legitimate demands

     
    For his part, MP Rubaie called on the demonstrators to intensify their activity in order to meet the rights, saying the "morning": We are with the legitimate demands of the people, and the "masses to pretend more and more because state officials are afraid of the demonstrations and the media."
    Support the demonstrators, in the words of MP Ahmad milkfish, which also stressed the legitimacy of their demands, and said in this regard: "The Parliament understands the anger of the street and stand with the protesters," and urged the relevant authorities to consider the demands raised.
    He said milkfish, a member of the "strong alliance": "We are serious in our ministers accountable and stand with the street also in their legitimate demands and to hold accountable corrupt," stressing in "if the evaluation by the House of Representatives negatively ministers Forces Union will change them."
    Like other MPs, milkfish expressed "dissatisfaction with the performance of services, especially that what is offered is not at the required level," and urged to open all files of the previous governments, particularly spent on the Ministry of Electricity.
    It is said that the three presidencies (the Republic, the Ministers, Parliament) expressed its support and support for the demands of the demonstrators, which focused mostly on service demands and accounting thieves of public money.



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