Author: HH, NS
editor: HH, NS 18.4.2016 14:23 Number of Views: 274
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Evacuated the Ministry of Finance, on Monday, staff from its building, east of the capital, Baghdad, and closed its headquarters and halted work done, after protesters besieged the building of the ministry to demand the resignation of the minister, while security forces deployed heavily around the ministry building in case of any emergency.
A reporter (range Press), said that, the Ministry of Finance evacuated the day, staff from its building, east of the capital Baghdad, after protesters besieged the building to demand the resignation of the finance minister, Hoshyar Zebari, noting that, the Ministry has halted work at its headquarters.
The correspondent added that, security forces deployed heavily around the ministry building in case of any emergency.
The Ministry of Agriculture evacuated on Monday, staff from its building in central Baghdad, and it stopped working after protesters besieged the building to demand the resignation of the minister, while security forces deployed around the building in case of any emergency.
The protesters are angry followers of the Sadrist movement besieged, on Monday, the Ministry of Communications, the center of the capital, Baghdad, to put pressure on the minister to resign, while cut off Abu Nawas Street to prevent and Communications Minister Kazem Hassan Rashed from entering the ministry building.
The angry protesters besieged, on Sunday the (17 April 2016), the headquarters of the Ministries of Justice and Foreign Affairs in the area of fitness, and culture at the entrance to Haifa Street, reconstruction and housing in the Alawi neighborhood, central Baghdad, to demand that ministers to submit their resignations, and in charge of the protection of the security forces closed the gates ministries and prevented employees from leaving, helicopters flying in the sky above the capital, protesters were seen.
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called Saturday the (16 April 2016), the ministers to submit their resignations, "immediately", and gave Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, "a period not exceeding 40 days to correct the rest of the political process", as asked him to "exploit" popular support and "disobedience" of the political blocs and the signature "contrary to the opinion of the people agreements", threatened to "entrust the matter to the people and the lineup with him in the event of non-Abadi response."
The Ansar al-Sadr's movement began, the Saturday (16 April 2016), an open sit-in Tahrir Square, the center of the capital, Baghdad, to demand the implementation of reforms and the formation of a government of technocrats in the country.
It is noteworthy that the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called Saturday the (16 April 2016), "close people" over the political developments taking place in Iraq, as called for three presidencies to the coordination to hold a parliamentary session to view the ministerial cabin characterized by the "independent technocrats" and voted upon during the a maximum period of three days, he stressed the need to keep a sit-in inside the House of Representatives and the House of Representatives support to "the peoples of the award is unparalleled."
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