Tahrir protesters warn of "procrastination demands" and renew their call to form a "government of technocrats"

2016-05-06 20:29:15 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Hundreds of people demonstrated in Tahrir Square, the center of the capital , Baghdad, on Friday, to emphasize the demands of reform and move toward completion, and as warned of "circumvent" the will of the mass and "procrastination" demands, renewed their calls for the formation of a technocratic and keep it away from the consensus of party government.

He said civil rights activist, and one of the participants in the demonstration, Ghazanfar and coffee, in an interview with (long - Presse), said that "hundreds of demonstrators came to the Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, to protest despite the strict security measures that Tmaytha security forces cut off roads and narrow access to the scene of the demonstration in the eastern section "stressing that" most of the demonstrators had the desire to challenge out a demonstration the day after they cut long distances, some of which exceeded ten kilometers. "

He and coffee, said that " the demonstrators renewed today their opposition to projects quotas and bypass the public demands and delay reform through cosmetic change", calling for " the formation of a government of technocrats and selection of candidates in accordance with the competence and experience , " warning " be subject to the consensus partisan and sectarian."

He pointed to coffee, that "there are some political parties had exaggerated the extent of the damage caused by the demonstrators who entered the Hall of the House of Representatives," returned " The prestige of the state is protected and reserved dimensions of the mafias of power and corruption."

The capital Baghdad and 10 Iraqi provinces are (Babil, Karbala, Najaf and Diwaniya, Muthanna , Dhi Qar, Wasit, Maysan, Basra and Diyala) is witnessing massive demonstrations since August 2015 to condemn the poor services and corruption in government institutions and the judiciary, resulting in many of the reforms announced by Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, while protesters say that these reforms "marginal and unimportant and did not check" their goals.