Tahrir protesters are threatening to "break into the green" again and call Abadi, to
Tahrir protesters are threatening to "break into the green" again and call Abadi, to make decisions, "courage."
13.5.2016 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad , dozens of demonstrators threatened in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad on Friday, broke into the green again , the region in the event of the central government to adopt the style of "procrastination" toward public demands, as called for Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi to make decisions "courageous and bold "to save Iraq from the current crisis, they stressed the adoption of professional standards and to be unaffected by the pressures of party in the selection of the rest of the candidates cabin cabinet. he said civil rights activist, Mohammed Jassim, said that" Tahrir Square has become popular platform and the voice of the will of the Iraqi people in general, and the presence of dozens of protesters where evidence of the continuing protests and push for correcting the political, cultural, economic and other other aspects of the track. " said Jassim, said that" the Iraqi government adopted procrastination in dealing with the demands of the demonstrators during the past period , which may for Aihamd consequences in the future, " and threatened to" storm the protesters to green Zone again in the event of insisting on such a government style and partisan towards wills reform. " He called Jassim," Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, to take a bold and courageous decision to remedy the situation and the current crisis taking place in Iraq , "stressing" the need for professional adoption and freedom from partisan pressures in choose the rest of the candidates names of ministers to the cabin ministerial. " it is noteworthy that 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, have resulted in many reforms announced by Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, while protesters say that these reforms "marginal and unimportant and did not check" their goals