Office of the Adjutant General of the Communist celebration prevents the exit of the occupation
On: Sat 31/12/2011 9:55

□ Baghdad / term
Government banned the Communist Party of the holding of the celebrations was to be set up in Tahrir Square in Baghdad today on the occasion of departure of U.S. troops from Iraq after nine years of occupation.

In a telephone conversation with him, according to a reliable source of the organizers of the celebration of "The Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces, the party was not granted approval to set up a ceremonial" delaying them "until further notice", and without a specific date to it. "The security authorities reported that the license can be obtained in the last day after the date of 31/12/2011.

He said the security services justified not to grant the license that the current situation does not allow demonstrations or assembly, especially as these devices are now warning that if the degree will be "100% c" today.

For his part, the source of the Communist block that was not for security reasons as it conceives of a political position. He noted that the party was forced to move the venue of the celebration to the headquarters of the Central Committee in Andalus Square and at the same time, ten o'clock in the morning.

The government considered this the last day of this year to celebrate the day and fired him (on Iraq) on the occasion of the full exit of U.S. forces from Iraq.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has launched, in November 26 last name "day to meet" on the day of the U.S. withdrawal. The United States ended a few days ago an official presence in Iraq after nearly nine years of its military invasion in 2003, and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, a decision of the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush.