Minister of Justice and Finance that give their staff a vacation until further notice

April 20, 2016 1:15
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Reported early on Tuesday a source, that the Ministers of Justice and Finance ministries grants staff, holiday open until further notice, while attributing the cause to some demonstrators besieged buildings ministries.
The source said, in a press interview that "the Ministers of Justice and financial grants on the headquarters staff of the President and the two ministries vacation open until further notice."
The source, who asked not to be named, said: "The decision came against the backdrop trapping numbers of protesters to the entrances of the two buildings to the ministries of Justice, Finance, and what caused it to restrict the movement of exit and entry of personnel."
The sitters House announced on Tuesday (19 April 2016), their rejection of the initiative of President Fuad Masum resolve the Presidency of the Council of Representatives crisis, and stressed send the initiative to the president includes several points to resolve the current crisis, as called for demonstrators to "exercise restraint and not to prejudice the ministries." , demanded foreign diplomatic missions to "non-interference in Iraqi affairs."
And surrounded the protesters are angry followers of the Sadrist movement, on Monday (18 April 2016), Ministry of Communications, the center of the capital, Baghdad, to put pressure on the minister to resign, while cut off Abu Nawas Street to prevent and Communications Minister Hassan Kadhim Al-Rashed from entering the ministry building.
The angry protesters surrounded the Sunday of the (17 April 2016), the headquarters of the Ministries of Justice and Foreign Affairs in the area of ​​fitness, and culture at the entrance to Haifa Street, reconstruction and housing in the Alawi neighborhood, central Baghdad, to demand that ministers to submit their resignations, and in charge of the security forces sealed off to protect those ministries gates and barred employees from leaving, helicopters flying in the sky above the capital, protesters were seen.
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called Saturday the (16 April 2016), the ministers to submit their resignations, "immediately", and gave Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, "a period not exceeding 40 days to correct the rest of the political process", as asked him to "exploit" popular support and "disobedience" of the political blocs and the signature "contrary to the opinion of the people agreements", threatened to "entrust the matter to the people and the lineup with him in the event of non-Abadi response."