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    Iraqiya Slate criticizes Maliki’s abuse for demonstrators

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    Post by chouchou Thu 10 Jan 2013, 2:45 pm

    Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) -The Iraqiya Slate criticized the Iraqi Prime
    Minister for describing the demonstrators in Anbar, Salah il-Din and
    other provinces as “demonstrators of dollar”.

    A statement by the IS cited that “At a time the demonstrators wait
    for practical legal procedures towards meeting their demands, however
    they are chocked by the Government’s irresponsible measures such as
    blocking Trebil border outlet in Anbar province which represents a
    punishment for the province as a whole.”

    “Maliki is going on adopting the policy of launching accusations
    against the demonstrators instead of meeting their demands when he
    accused those demonstrators of being demonstrators of dollar, ignoring
    the fact that he abused the reputation of Iraq when his accusations are
    reported by international news agencies,” the statement concluded.


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