August 24, 2015
Baghdad/Iraq news network called the leader of the sadrist movement of Moqtada Sadr, Monday, followed the million man demonstration in Baghdad next Friday, and stressed the need for prompt demonstrators to hold accountable leaders who fail and bring them to justice while refraining from insults and verbal aspects.
Spokesman Salah al-Obeidi, Sadr told a press conference held in the private Office of the Sadr movement in the central province of Najaf, "the leader of the sadrist movement of Moqtada Sadr, called on the Iraqi people in General, and especially to Sadrists sons need to go out and participate in the million man demonstration of residence exclusively in the capital city of Baghdad Friday, stressing the need to" be unified and protesters demanding comprehensive reform forThe members ".
He said Al-Obeidi, "protesters are required to raise banners renounce sectarianism and the need to implement comprehensive reform package and online accounting for thieves of public money", indicating that "demonstrators demanding accountability of leaders, losers and bring them to justice."
Al-Obeidi stressed the need to "stay away from all personal and factional demands and demand execution of public services such as water and electricity and education", calling on the demonstrators to "lift the chest and away from insults and verbal manifestations".
Baghdad has seen 10 other governorates in the Centre and South, protest demonstrations over the past three weeks to demand accountability of corrupt officials and provide public services, particularly water and electricity.
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