Sadr addressed two letters to the Abadi pitched tents in front of the protesters and the Ministries of Interior and Planning

Baghdad -arac Press -17 April: implementation of the directives cleric Moqtada al-Sadr set up dozens of protesters on Sunday, their tents near the ministries of interior gates (east of Baghdad) and planning the center of the capital.

According to the directives of the chest in his statement on Saturday, the tents will focus sit in front of all the buildings of the Iraqi ministries until all ministers Abadi resignations.

He says reporter / Iraq Press /, said security forces surrounded the tents displaced strict measures, especially the Interior Ministry, as similar moves in the vicinity of other ministries taken in anticipation of any emergency.

Deadline set by the Moqtada al-Sadr for the three presidencies and requires coordination among them to provide a list of candidates for the technocrats voted on by the parliament within three days.

Sadr also called on all ministers to submit their resignations and drew supporters sit near the ministry buildings, without exception, to get them on the move before the deadline.

And apparently, the chest is not convinced the move taken by the interior minister Mohammad Al Ghabban when put at the disposal of his resignation Organization chairman Badr Hadi al-Amiri, who has been nominated for the post by.

Also, Planning Minister Salman Jumaili the step more pronounced when he presented his resignation to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

Observers believe that al-Sadr sent a letter to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi protesters erected tents in front of the Interior Ministry that, "The change must include the security ministries after being excluded Abadi defense and interior ministers from the list the previous two candidates."

The semantics erected tents in front of the Ministry of Planning P "for its entry within the confines of the Green Zone (Iraqi government headquarters) and thus the pressure on al-Abadi and urged him to submit candidates in the prescribed time limit." Ended (1