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BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - May 26 / May:, called onPrime Minister Haider al - Abadi, said Thursdaythe demonstrators to postpone the demonstrations on Friday in Baghdad, at a time when the local government agreed in Basra to set up yet, therelocation organize demonstrations and do not letbe set up near the Office of the province for security reasons.
Ebadi said in a speech during his visit to theheadquarters of the Fallujah operations with Parliament Speaker Salim al - Jubouri , the head of the Sunni Endowment Abdul Latif Alhmam and Planning Minister Suleiman al - Jumaili, said that "on the demonstrators to postpone thedemonstrations on Friday."
Abadi said that " the reason for that goes back to the preoccupation with security forces in the liberation of Fallujah."
For its part , the local government announced in Basra on Thursday, the relocation organize demonstrations and do not let beset up near the Office of the province for security reasons, while confirming its consent to a request to organize ademonstration on Friday.
The governor said Majed Nasraoui told a press conference that " the local government agreed with the citizens want todemonstrate to set up their demonstrations in certain places , including Piazza leader Abdul Karim Kassem, not near the Officeof the province , " noting that " the measure aims to cut the road to those who try to break into the Office of the province because the Court if it fell probably cause the fall of the province, and then chaos may occur difficult to control. "
Nasraoui and pointed out that " the local government has received more than one application for organizing a demonstration, and was approved on this basis, with the right of citizens to demonstrate peacefully in certain places and specific times, and thesecurity forces of their duty to protect them, and we are committed to send to represent us to receive their orders . " he said , adding that "any approval not made to organize a sit -in in Basra, and the approval of the establishment of sit - ins of thepowers of the presidency of the Council of Ministers, and not the local government."
Iraq has been weekly demonstrations on Fridays out of every week since late July of last year, demanding the implementationof reforms in state institutions, and the fight against corruption and improve services to citizens. Q ended
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