Shiite forces "warns" of the demonstrations turned off course and calls for legislation regulated by law

Author: BS, ZJ
Editor: BK, BS

04/08/2015 12:13

Long-Presse / Baghdad
She Shiite forces, on Tuesday, fears of the possibility of deviation protests demanding services from its path, while approved Maliki's coalition, the existence of legitimate demands, called on the demonstrators to keep mobility within a peaceful framework, while the Islamic Supreme Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim called for legislation law regulating demonstrations, Counting parliamentary optical, that the accumulation of problems and the absence of solutions demonstrations may come out of the ordinary.

Law warns of chaos southern provinces along the lines of what happened in 2012 Gharbia

The leader of the coalition of state law, Salah Abdul-Razzaq, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that "follow-up events portend the possibility of causing the current demonstrations in a state of instability in the governorates Shiite, despite the acknowledgment of the existence of a mass demands legitimate private aspect of the service," and expressed concern about the "exceeded those demands to try to move the fight from the western region to the south leads to a state of chaos can not be with them to provide services to citizens."

He stressed Abdul Razzaq, on the need "not to remain silent on any occurrence of the disorder or something similar to Western sit-ins in 2012, despite sympathizing with the demands of the demonstrators," calling on Shiite forces to "more vigilant".
He urged the leadership of the coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki, the masses to "keep her demonstration peaceful framework and submit their demands to the authorities concerned," and urged civil society organizations to "control things to prevent any penetration Daasha or Baathist demonstrations calling for the provision of services."

Supreme Council: Leave demonstrations without the law leads to the risk of harm people and harm the national interests

For his part, leader of the Supreme Islamic Council, Hamid Maaleh, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The demonstrations must be under the law prescribed. House of Representatives," returned to "leave the demonstrations as it is today, may lead to the risk of harm the Iraqi people and hurt national interests. "

He Maaleh, that the "House of Representatives pass a law regulating demonstrations in accordance with the democratic situation, because the southern regions the security of Iraq and a red line we will not allow to cross, despite the need for service conditions to criticism and pretended to evaluate," noting that "the Council is counting on public awareness and smartness security services and His Highness the objectives set for the fight against corruption Daash and at the same time, to prevent deflection path these demonstrations. "

He said the leader of the council, which is headed by Ammar al-Hakim, that "the country fighting a war against terrorism, and will not allow Bachgalha for this purpose President," calling on political leaders and the government, to "recognize the need for the service mode to shocks and Akhozh to pay desolated institutions that are not doing their job as it should."

Parliamentary optical: the accumulation of problems and the absence of solutions may come out of the ordinary demonstrations

Meanwhile, a former MP for the province of Basra, Judge Wael Abdul Latif, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The accumulation of problems without solutions, and not to give the horizon for people the possibility of a serious solution, leading to the possibility of out demonstrations of the ordinary," returned "The current popular movement may not rest without the overthrow of local governments and a number of ministries."

The Abdul Latif, that "everyone touches the existence of administrative corruption, Mali and clear", proving that the "one of the new ministers appointed 500 of acquaintances despite the circumstances of the country, and the electricity issue there is no breakthrough and no one gives their commitment."

And went Parliamentary visual, "As for the province of Basra, the widespread unemployment and salt water is not available for treatment, poverty and disease and the decline of education, are all problems ceiling in time to solve them," and wondered "do not yet know what are the mafias which perched on the hearts of Iraqis, both the name of God or the mantle of Ali Ibn Abi Talib. "
Iraq has been mobility turnout and widespread since (the 31st of July 2015), in protest against the deterioration of services and rampant corruption and lack of the ability of successive governments to address that, especially in the field of electric power.