Abadi denies issuance of directives to prevent protests



Author: AB, BS
Editor: AB, BS

2015/08/24 18:21


Long-Presse / Baghdad
Denied Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Monday, issuing directives to prevent sit-ins, as he emphasized that with the right to peaceful demonstration which is guaranteed by the constitution and the protection of citizens and their property.
Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of it, that "any directives to prevent sit-ins not made by Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi."

The Information Office, that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi with the right of peaceful demonstration which is guaranteed by the constitution and the protection of citizens and their property."

The general commander of the armed forces face Haider al-Abadi, on Monday, the leadership of Babylon operations to lift the curfew for the city of Hilla, as called for young people to maintain cooperation with the security forces for keeping people safe.
The Matsamu Babylon accused, on Sunday, anti-riot forces of the police to maintain, (100 km south of Baghdad), broke up a gathering of peaceful, under the pretext of the existence of the directives of the prime minister, Haydar al-Abadi, required to "prevent the sit-ins", and argued that they had formed a delegation to discuss with the Babylon operations leadership on the subject.

The Squatting in the province of Basra confirmed, in (22 August 2015), that unidentified gunmen wearing military uniforms attacked the protest tent and assaulted the protesters beat and threatened to end the sit-in demanding the disclosure of the identity of the aggressors and hold them accountable, threatened reaction parallels the act and win public opinion against those responsible.

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