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    Tahrir protesters: civil power is not linked to any political or parliamentary bloc

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    Tahrir protesters: civil power is not linked to any political or parliamentary bloc Empty Tahrir protesters: civil power is not linked to any political or parliamentary bloc

    Post by Rocky Sat 08 Oct 2016, 2:56 am

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    Tahrir protesters: civil power is not linked to any political or parliamentary bloc


     Saja Hashim / long-Presse 

    Tahrir Square protesters said they continue to protest and demands for reform while to achieve all the demands of the people, which stands in the forefront of the elimination of corruption and prosecuting corrupt. They also stressed the need to eliminate the quota system that the enemy one of the causes of corruption. They also stressed that the civil power is not interested in any political alliance intervention entities and currents to participate with him in the demonstrations.
     
    It says civil activist (Bushra Abu eis) in her (long): The civil power did not issue him any statement in regards to the election. Noting that last statement confirms the continuation of the demonstrations until the achievement of the people's demands. Noting that the tide against any alliance establishes quotas and sectarianism because the first demands of the protest is to eliminate the quota system.
    And the government's response to the demands of the protesters explains Abu-eis: recent government changes which came from which some competent ministers came from their organization structure.Afterthought: But this came interconnected system of quotas does not prevent them to say that. Msttrdh: that the demonstrations have a significant impact on the parliament and the government and guide the great conflict that is happening now between the executive and legislative institutions. It is described: that the demonstrations will continue until we achieve demands advocated by the people and the protesters Tahrir Square. This Friday and banners carried by the demonstrators said Abu-eis: Hussein that revolution is the revolution of reform and the people's demands, including that the reform and change so it will be one of the slogans of the demonstrations derived Hussein revolution. Stressing the importance of benefiting from the reformist legacy of this revolution. In addition to the slogans raised in the last combination.
    Furthermore, said a source in the Interior Ministry, on Friday, that the security forces cut off bridges Republic and Sinak toward the Green Zone, the four roads leading to Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, to secure the weekly demonstration demanding reform. The source told (long-Presse), said that the security forces cut off a number of the main streets in the capital Baghdad and Sinak bridges Republic, the direction of the Green Zone in central Baghdad. Indicating that the cutting of roads and bridges is part of strict measures for security forces to secure the weekly demonstration every Friday demanding government reforms. The source, who asked not to be named, said pieces also included four axes toward Tahrir Square, on the one hand Khilani, aviation, victory and Abi Nawas Street.
    Civil rights activist and one of the leaders of the popular movement (Ahmed Abdul Hussein) mentioned in his speech (range): that the movement is not linked to any bloc in parliament, and to preserve the independence movement will not Nzj ourselves in any political alliance. Stressing: that slogans demanding reform of the judiciary and an end to the rule of the quota system and the provision of services of demonstrators have not changed since the start of the protests will not change unless these demands fulfilled. Noting that the current civil explained his position on the participation of the Sadrist block free that participated the meetings of the National Alliance have made our position clear from this alliance through demonstrations in the previous combined data.
    He said Abdul-Hussein said the civil power to insist on the importance of the participation of youth protest by involving them Bfalyate, and today will see the participation of young poets read poems and songs blaring to renew the protest activities.
    The capital Baghdad and 10 Iraqi provinces are (Babil, Karbala, Najaf and Diwaniya, Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Wasit, Maysan, Basra and Diyala) is witnessing massive demonstrations since August 2015 to condemn the poor services and corruption in government institutions and the judiciary, resulting in many of the reforms announced by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, while protesters say that these reforms "marginal and unimportant and did not check" their goals

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