Sources: al-Sadr arrived in Baghdad to attend the Central sit

Baghdad -arac Press -18 April: official source at Baghdad airport and activists Sadrists said, tonight, that the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, arrived in Baghdad, across the Najaf International Airport, coming from Beirut after a surprise visit and his meeting with the Secretary General of Hezbollah Hassan Nasrallah Allah.

The source explained that "political delegation from Sadr's Ahrar bloc, was greeted in the chest Baghdad International Airport," he said, adding that al-Sadr went to the office of the political body of the Sadrist movement, located in "Karada" in central Baghdad near the Green Zone.

In turn, said activist Mustafa Ali Sadr, said that "Sadr's return to Baghdad aimed at establishing a central sit in the Green Zone, after Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the parliament failed to form a new government of technocrats to end corruption in the country."

He said Al Ali in a press statement, that "hundreds of supporters of the leader of Sadr arrived, on Sunday evening, to Baghdad coming from the southern provinces and the center of the post of the Central sit", pointing out that al-Sadr offices in those provinces issued instructions to join the sit-in Baghdad, also provided cars for the transfer of the participants. "

He renewed hundreds of followers of the Sadrist movement, on Sunday, demonstrations in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, continuing even now, to demand the implementation of reforms promised by al-Abadi in changing the current ministerial cabin.

The monument, hundreds of followers of the Sadrist movement, Sunday, tents in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad area to begin sit-in to pressure to hold reforms and surrounded the ministry buildings in an attempt to put pressure on the three presidencies to choose a real government of technocrats, while security forces cut off the eastern door area.

He described Moqtada al-Sadr on Saturday, "a document of honor" which was signed by the three presidents and some leaders of political blocs to "contrary to popular opinion," calling Abadi to exploit popular support and do not obey the political blocs pro Balthzb.anth