National Alliance regretted the attack on the Prime Minister in Wasit

03/02/2017 (0:01 pm) - The number of readings: 83 - Issue (3866)

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Denounced the National Alliance, on Wednesday, the attack on the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi procession inside the University of Wasit. He expressed regret about the business and "irresponsible."

To that condemned the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, the attack on the university students by protecting the prime minister.

The Prime Minister arrived on Tuesday, to Wasit province, to convene a session of the Council of Ministers in the city of Kut, the provincial capital. And through the presence of the prime minister inside the campus of the University of Wasit his convoy to stone-throwing by the students suspected of belonging to the Sadrist movement. Full protection of the crew Abadi on protesters with live ammunition and tear gas. To yield wounding more than 19 people.

The National Alliance, in a statement received (range) a copy of it yesterday, expressed regret about the events and actions "irresponsible" that accompanied the visit Abadi, members of the central government, the province of Wasit.

And on the Council of Ministers meeting in Wasit province, outputs, Park National Alliance "All decisions made by the Council of Ministers in its meeting held in the province," calling for "repetition of such meetings in other provinces in order to overcome the obstacles faced by our provinces cherished and resolve the outstanding issues."

Furthermore, it condemned the Human Rights Commission of attacks, which affected Wasit University students.

UNHCR said in a statement received (range) a copy of it yesterday, "We condemn and denounce what he suffered Wasit University students from violating the campus by the protection of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, during his visit to her, after the student demonstration of students calling for reform and the fight against corruption, in addition to the their rights. "

She stressed Human Rights Commission on the "freedom of expression and peaceful protest by all means available, as approved by the Iraqi Constitution in Article 38 thereof," asking "the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research to prevent the entry regiments protections for officials to campus, because the responsibility is vested in the protection of installations in charge of this duty, "and called on the Commission at the same time," the human rights Committee in Parliament to form a team to find out the reasons for the attack on the students. "