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State of Law: We're going after al-Maliki Conference Mguethami criminal claims

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State of Law: We're going after al-Maliki Conference Mguethami criminal claims


 Baghdad / long-Presse 

He denied the State of Law coalition, on Wednesday, to be political blocs have sponsored demonstrations against the president's recent visit to the southern provinces. He said the coalition events in the province of Basra as having "criminal side , " expected start of arrests of people who broke into the Congress building on a lawsuit campaign. 
In contrast, a coalition of citizens called for restraint and resort to dialogue, cooperation and understanding, and surround any problem can get. 
The visit was met with Nouri al - Maliki, Vice President of the Republic, last weekend, to the provinces of Dhi Qar and Basra, Maysan, protests amounted to storm the conference was supposed to take place in the presence of the President of the State of Law coalition. 
The circles of the state of law and the Dawa Party , the followers of the finger at the Sadr movement of being behind the demonstrations, and to disrupt the al - Maliki , a tour of the southern provinces. 
He criticized the National Alliance, said in a statement Monday, recent events in the southern provinces against the backdrop of a visit by the president of a coalition of state law , and Vice President of the Republic. 
National Alliance also expressed its rejection and regret for what he called " the attack on the symbols of leadership," describing the demonstrations as "uncivilized methods to express their opinion." 
Dawa Party supporters and student preparedness for the "Charge of the Knights of second decisive" against the demonstrators , believed to be followers of the Sadrist movement, opposed the visit of the President of a coalition of law Nuri al - Maliki to some southern provinces. 
The MP said Salah Abdul Razzaq, a leader of a coalition of state law, " The events that took place in Basra and other will not continue, it is just a passing wave , " stressing that "some were driven to a particular goal , but it 's over." 
He said Abdul Razak, in an interview with (long - Presse), "Even if there was a hand her a hand with what happened, but did not formally canal, the fact that the act is not acceptable socially and politically." However , saying "Yes , the right to demonstrate is guaranteed, but what happened in Basra was attacked for a meeting in a fortified place, the Constitution also guarantees the right of assembly." 
And she saw the leader of the coalition of state law that "what happened in Basra along with a criminal and not a normal demonstration, and there are complaints against those who attacked the meeting, so it may begin arrests against them." 
He said Dawa Party member , said "South secure our provinces do not want to get into trouble in those provinces private and it 's in dire need for the continuation of security at the time of the fiercest fighting a war against terror Daesh." 
On the other hand, MP for the citizen Habib Terminal block , "said we do not want to exaggerate what happened in Basra and we call the conflict", but he also said , "Yes , there may be disagreement and differences of opinion, but they certainly will not reach the level of conflict." 
The terminal, in an interview with (long - Presse), said that "everyone understands the seriousness of the bout and its impact on the street, there are sensible people want to avoid any dispute that may happen, especially since the National Alliance turning into an institution and different views are part of the coalition." 
He explained a spokesman for al - Hakim , the block "Yes , these things are disturbing but not scary. Everyone understands even those who disagree with the opinion that the seriousness of it turns into a violent controversy", stressing that "resorting to the street is very dangerous." Terminal and called for "restraint and resort to dialogue, cooperation and understanding, and surround any problem can get, because the only winner is our enemy."
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