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Tishwash:
The green area is surrounded by concrete, iron and armor, hours before the anniversary of October

Security forces hurried to fortify the vicinity of the Green Zone with concrete walls and erect the iron gates on the Jumhuriya and Al-Sinak bridges, accompanied by a large military deployment supported by tanks and special forces to prevent the arrival of Tishreen demonstrators to the Green Zone

According to the correspondent of (Baghdad Today), work is in full swing to complete the fortified gate of Al-Jumhuriya Bridge, Al-Hodeidah, to prevent the arrival of demonstrators in case .they try to cross to Parliament on the other side

He added that the security forces, accompanied by tanks and armored vehicles, deployed in most parts of central Baghdad, the Al-Rasheed, Al-Saadoun, Al-Nidal, Al-Matar and Al-Harithiya .streets, to prevent the demonstrators from reaching their gathering place He added that bridges and roads in central Baghdad were closed unannounced and will be closed .officially at dawn tomorrow

Tishreen forces are preparing to stage demonstrations in Nisour Square to commemorate the start of the October demonstrations in 2019, which ended with the resignation of the government .and the holding of early elections Expectations of individual Sadrist participation and a 

Source in the Sadrist movement said to (Baghdad Today) that “the forces of the Sadrist movement and its masses did not receive any orders from the leader of the movement or his “.minister regarding participation in the upcoming demonstrations

He added, “The current is fully committed to al-Sadr’s instructions and is waiting for the orders, “.whether it is to leave or remain silent for a while He continued, “The Sadrist movement did not prevent any citizen, whether Sadrist or belonging “.to any political party, from demonstrating individually

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These developments come with the continuation of the political stalemate for a year, and the political forces were unable to form the government and nominate the President of the Republic, a full year after the early elections, and popular grumbling about road closures with any .demonstrations in Baghdad

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CandyKisses:
More concrete blocks in the streets of Baghdad in preparation for its closure

The Iraqi security forces started,  paving several concrete blocks in the approaches to Al-Nusour Square, in preparation for closing the roads leading to the Green Zone in the center of the capital, Baghdad.

A security source told Shafaq News Agency, “The security forces started paving the concrete blocks at the entrance to Al-Harithiya and the entrance to the Olive Tunnel towards Al-Nusour.”

The source explained, “Adding more concrete blocks in the streets of the capital is part of a pre-established plan, in preparation for closing these roads in accordance with security directives.”

These measures come in conjunction with calls by activists and human rights organizations to hold mass demonstrations next Saturday, which coincides with the third anniversary of the start of the popular protests in 2019, known as the “October demonstrations“.

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Yesterday,  a massive demonstration took place in Tahrir Square in the center of the capital, Baghdad, in protest against the parliament’s holding of a session that witnessed the renewal of confidence in the Speaker of the Council, Muhammad al-Halbousi, and the selection of Mohsen al-Mandalawi as First Vice President. 11 protesters were injured.

The Secretariat decides to suspend official working hours next Monday –

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Disruption of the official working hours for Monday, corresponding to the third of October 2022, in celebration of the National Day of the Republic of Iraq

Al-Kazemi prohibits the use of live, rubber or smoke bullets against demonstrators

A document issued by the Office of the Commander in Chief of the Iraqi Armed Forces revealed on Saturday, strict instructions regarding dealing with demonstrators tomorrow.

The document obtained by Shafak News Agency included 10 points that stressed peaceful dealing with the demonstrators.

The directives contained in the document prohibited the use of live bullets, rubber bullets and smoke bombs, threatening violators with severe penalties.

The document stressed that the demonstrators should be inspected and that they were not carrying weapons. 

Demonstrators throw the iron barrier from the Jumhuriya Bridge into the Tigris waters

The demonstrators of Tahrir Square in the center of the Iraqi capital managed today, Saturday, to remove the iron gate set by the Baghdad Operations Command, at the beginning of Al-Jumhuriya Bridge as a first barrier preventing them from advancing towards the Green Zone.

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He told Shafaq News Agency’s reporter, that the demonstrators threw the iron pillars of the gate into the waters of the Tigris River, explaining that after this step, they had crossed the first line of the Jumhuriya Bridge, and were preparing to cross the rest of the lines towards the Green Zone.

Video footage obtained by Shafaq News Agency showed that the iron barrier was lowered and parts of it were thrown into the river water, and the demonstrators headed to the other barriers represented by concrete blocks, while some of them threw stones at the security forces.

For his part, a security source told Shafaq News Agency, “The law enforcement forces withdrew from the first checkpoint on Al-Jumhuriya Bridge, and headed to half of the bridge, while the demonstrators remained at the aforementioned checkpoint.”

It is noteworthy that the “iron gates” or the iron barrier had been established by the security services, days ago, and as a result, the bridge and some roads were closed.

This morning, mass demonstrations began in the center of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, to commemorate the third anniversary of the “October” protests in 2019.

The protesters raised a number of demands, the same as those raised in 2019, but this year witnessed the “public” participation of the Sadrist movement’s supporters, who raised the movement’s well-known slogans and most of them wore “black clothes”.

The Iraqi demonstrations erupted on October 1, 2019, after calls were launched on social media due to the deterioration of services and the exacerbation of the unemployment rate, before it exploded widely in Baghdad and southern cities.

“Tishreen Revival” demonstrations start with the participation of the Sadrists in central Baghdad

Mass demonstrations started this morning in the center of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, to commemorate the third anniversary of the “Tishreen” protests in 2019.

The protesters raised a number of demands, the same as those raised in 2019, but this year witnessed the “public” participation of the Sadrist movement’s supporters, who raised the movement’s well-known slogans and most of them wore “black clothes”.

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The Iraqi demonstrations erupted on October 1, 2019, after calls were launched on social media due to the deterioration of services and the exacerbation of the unemployment rate, before it exploded widely in Baghdad and southern cities.

The demonstrations witnessed unprecedented violence, especially after the entry of armed groups, described as “the third party”, to kill, suppress and kidnap protesters and activists.

The violence also led to the killing of about 800 demonstrators and the injury of more than 27,000, at a time when no party involved in these acts was held accountable for three years.

Source: Dinar Recaps

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