Sadr supporters: participated demonstrations next Friday in Baghdad exclusively 8/24
Sadr supporters: participated demonstrations next Friday in Baghdad exclusively
By Mohammed Emad
Et al - Najaf
He called the cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, his followers of the inhabitants of the province of Baghdad to take part in demonstrations next Friday in the capital exclusively, as asked them to call for a reform of the judicial institution and isolate the corrupt and trial, face to prevent lifting Photos Al-Sadr or any personal Hozoah or political in the demonstrations.
Sadr said in a statement read by his spokesman Salah al-Obeidi, "We call on the followers of the Sadrist movement to take part in demonstrations next Friday."
He explained that "participation in the demonstrations next Friday to be a resident of Baghdad exclusively and only in the capital, and they attend all claimants," noting that "participating in other provinces will be in time to time be specified in a subsequent statement."
Sadr called on his followers who will participate in the demonstrations that "be uniform demands by calling for comprehensive reform of the judicial institution and isolate the corrupt and prosecuted, and the rejection of sectarianism and the consequent extremely Kalmhassh band evils among the sons of the homeland, and the need to implement comprehensive reforms package within a specific timeframe and reasonable."
Face and chest to "prevent the lifting Photos Al-Sadr, but any image of the hand or Hozoah personal or political, as well as prevent all manifestations of insults and verbal abuse and breach of public morals".
Sadr demanded the participants in the demonstrations of the sons of the rib line with "the merger with fellow demonstrators Bbotqh an Iraqi one."
It is noteworthy that al-Sadr issued Thursday (6 August 2015), some instructions and general guidance of the demonstrators demanding their legitimate rights, as called on them to non-aggression on public and private property, asked them not to raise any pictures of any political figure or a religious and not wear military uniforms.