May 20th, 2011 11:46 am · Posted in NEWS (Iraq & World Currency)
Working groups on social networking sites of Iraq (Facebook, Twitter) build-up of a demonstration and wide on the tenth of next month, three days after the deadline for hundred days announced by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and promised the Iraqi people to complete the reforms in government institutions and ministries.
A group “Youth of the Monument of Liberty,” one activist groups that organized demonstrations in a statement it issued today and got “Baghdad Post”, a copy of “With the approaching end of several hundred days, which government committed itself to them as the era of the people (…) We would like to show the youth of the Monument of Liberty, that the time is not a ruling on the Maliki government only, which will face the decision of the people for the inevitable withdrawal of confidence, but the rule to all members of Parliament and the heads of their respective Groups. “
that “the reason is not known al-Maliki’s promises to the people it falls within the promises of all the ruling elite and participation in the political process in this format which begot the Government of political, not a government professional Serve Iraq and re-constructing in accordance with international standards. “
And the gathering stressed the “The need to continue to go out and convert the demonstrations, a day after 10 of the next month, which ends where the timeout per cent to sit-ins open if not disclosed to the Iraqi people, the fate of missing the innocent and the fate of the Iraqi people and the project services and project security and Astbbabh” We want to state sovereignty law column and the constitution of any State civilized “.
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced in the twenty-seventh of February last for a hundred days to set a deadline for ministries and government institutions to do their job in the fullest and noted the withdrawal of confidence from a minister or official prove his shortcomings during this period.
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