The New Generation: Kurdistan’s Demonstrations Will Come Back Stronger
A member of the New Generation Movement, Diary Anwar, confirmed, on Tuesday, that the popular demonstrations in the Kurdistan region of Iraq will return with a stronger force.
Anwar said in an interview with the “Information” agency that “from the great repression with which the authority in Kurdistan and its ruling parties faced the demonstrations, the demonstrations will only increase us strength and determination to change.”
He added, “The conditions of Kurdistan are bad in terms of services and corruption dominates the joints of governance, and soon the demonstrations will return more and more, and we brought our voices to international organizations and the United Nations and wrote reports on the great state of repression.”
A few days ago, hundreds of citizens demonstrated in Sulaymaniyah, while the security services carried out a large campaign of arrests, including deputies and activists. link
PARLIAMENT PROTESTERS: THE PEOPLE ARE STRONGER THAN TYRANTS
August 8: Protesters near the Iraqi parliament announced their adherence to the demand to dissolve parliament and hold early elections to end the quota system and consensus in the country. , calling on political parties to stay away from personal interests and to hear the voice of the people, which is louder than any other voice link
The Sadrists’ sit-in in Al-Khadra..a warm-up for a greater escalation until the implementation of what Al-Sadr wants
A political analyst close to the Sadrist movement, Manaf al-Moussawi, said today, Monday, that the sit-in of the Sadrist movement’s supporters in front of the House of Representatives will continue for a long time until the demands announced by the movement’s leader Muqtada al-Sadr are achieved.
Al-Moussawi told (Baghdad Today), “The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, has a largely obedient audience, and that is why this audience’s sit-in in front of the parliament building will be prolonged and there will be no retreat from this sit-in until after the demands announced by al-Sadr are achieved.”
And he indicated that “the failure to achieve the demands of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, for a long time will not affect the issue of ending the sit-in or demonstrating, but on the contrary, the Sadrist movement may escalate the intensity of the protests to pressure the political forces to implement what al-Sadr wants.”
Supporters of the Sadrist movement are holding a sit-in in the Green Zone, in protest against the nomination of the Coordinating Framework for Muhammad Shi’a for prime minister.
Kurdish Party: Dissolving Parliament is subject to failure without achieving this matter
The leader of the Kurdistan Islamic Group, former MP Salim Hamza, considered, on Tuesday, the dissolution of parliament and the holding of early elections without a comprehensive national review of the future of the political process subject to failure, calling for a comprehensive national dialogue for all political forces, including independents, to point out the sources of previous mistakes of the political process.
Hamza said that “the call for dissolving the parliament and holding new elections will produce the same data that the political process is going through.”
He added that “there is no point in dissolving parliament and holding early elections without a comprehensive national review of the future of the political process subject to failure,” calling for “a comprehensive national dialogue for all political forces, including independents, to point out the sources of previous mistakes of the political process. link
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