Baghdad protesters refuse "politicized technocrats" and waving the possibility to ret
Baghdad protesters refuse "politicized technocrats" and waving the possibility to return in front of the green
2016-04-24 21:55:29 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad
It showed demonstrators and protestors in the capital Baghdad, Sunday, refusing to about what they called "politicized technocrats", as they waved the possibility of their return to the Green Zone in the event of political forces did not respond to their demands, they called for the transfer of "welfare" witnessed by the green to all parts of Iraq.
A spokesman for the organizing committee of the demonstrations and sit - ins in Baghdad , Yahya al - Moussawi said in an interview for the program " a quarter of an hour , " which aired Sumerian, " The demonstrations popular, peaceful and their demands are summarized supporting fair to raise the level of the country of corruption and decline to a level of transparency and reforms, justice , political forces, and be on top of that adoption of the cabins cabinet of technocrats that the technocrats do not have a political or politicized. "
Al - Moussawi said that "demonstrations next Tuesday will include the whole of Iraq by the pool at one point is Baghdad , " pointing out that the "present in green transport level of well - being in the region to all parts of Iraq."
In response to a question on the possibility of widening the presence of demonstrators and protesters in Tahrir Square to other regions and to return to protest in front of the green, al - Moussawi said that "every incident and can be expanded to support the direction of peaceful reforms".
The cleric Moqtada al - Sadr announced, on Sunday, for the postponement of the demonstration , "million - man" which was scheduled to launch tomorrow, to next Tuesday.
This came after the parliament speaker Salim al - Jubouri , the decision to hold "comprehensive" session of parliament next Tuesday to discuss the government 's reform and readiness to host the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi.
Iraq has been a political crisis following the declaration of the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi his intention to make a cabinet reshuffle, while deputies from different blocks began a sit -in inside parliament since Tuesday night (April 12, 2016) to protest against the delay in the change, as thousands of followers of the Sadrist movement staged a sit - in Tahrir Square and in front of ministries to press for the formation of a government of technocrats.