Chest of editing: Abadi dawdle on the implementation of the reform and is at stake


BAGHDAD / long - Presse

He confirmed the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, on Friday, the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is at stake after they rose up the people, and as pointed out that the prime minister dawdle for repairs after it has enabled to achieve them, he stressed that al-Abadi binding radical reforms do not prosthetics.
He announced the chest, his innocence of the corrupt and unjust, whether they are close to his movement or belonging to the party or political entity. The previous government accused of internal and external crises experienced by the country.
Sadr said, in a speech during his participation in a demonstration Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, where thousands of supporters participated in support of his initiative to reform, and attended (range Press), "The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is now at stake, especially after the authority's voice and the voice of home and abroad and after the people rose up and still Mentvdha Mentvdha will remain and will continue on the uprising. "
Sadr spoke to the demonstrators, "I am with them in the coming weeks." He added that "al-Abadi After that enabled him dawdle reforms", stressing that "the prime minister binding radical reform, not Prosthetic, although not fit immediately going to say yes to reform and yes to hold accountable corrupt and both both to corruption." And waved the leader of the Sadrist movement to move the demonstration to inside the Green Zone, said, "Today we are on the walls of the Green Zone and tomorrow people will be where to regain the rights of corrupt oppressors," warning "the cry of the oppressed", stressing the chest that "the cry of the oppressed will win inevitably O behind the walls of the green Zone ", thanking the protesters on the" dedication and organization. "
The new chest rhetoric of the demonstrators, saying "anyone from the government's refusal voice must step down to be his honorable stand with the people and will suffice unfairly, and that any one of the members of the government does not represent me at all but it is representing himself and that sympathy for us or belonged to us."
Sadr declared his innocence "of all the corrupt and unjust, whether close to me or belong to a mother out of it, and each party been shot to his party, pinched and everyone been shot for himself and each employee been shot to his advantage." He pointed out the leader of the Sadrist movement that "the government has left people struggling with death and fear, hunger, unemployment, occupation and left him even brought him to a severe security crisis and an economic crisis deadly and service poor and to the rickety political crisis," adding that "this crisis is one of the crimes left by the previous government to wrestle the current government both internal and external crises. "
He said the leader of the Sadrist movement, that "these crises experienced by the country has not spared only those who are behind the walls and plays Bakot people" .ohdd chest, the need to be "above the Voice of Iraq without the other," Addressing the participants in the demonstration, to "be your voice those who heard behind the walls and take your strength and your summit and your voice heard and to those outside the walls of Iraq and for the occupier and you hear all the world that the people want to reform the government. "
He said Sadr "This is the sound that I hear is the voice of widows and orphans, a Voice of the Martyrs and the voice of Displacement and Migration and the voice of the innocent prisoners," noting that "the homeland and the citizen's voice and the voice of minorities and the majority voted Shiites oppressed and the voice of each student for reform".
He stressed the leader of the Sadrist movement on the need that "this sound is above all a corrupt and must be louder than all the occupier and Daasha repugnant," noting that "your voice the voice of resistance and jihad and valiant army and security services and crowd hero."
In conclusion, he instructed the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, the demonstrators in Tahrir Square to withdraw and perform Friday prayers both in his area.
The al-Sadr, announced last week, for the establishment of Friday prayers united to the demonstrators in Tahrir Square, imamate and called for the build-up of the demonstration by all available means, and raising the Iraqi flag only national emblems, after meeting with Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri at the headquarters of the political body of the Sadrist movement in the Karrada district, central Baghdad, and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in the threshold of Kadhimiya.
The cleric Moqtada Alsdrkd arrived in Baghdad from the holy city of Najaf, on Saturday.