Saleh al-Mutlaq called the UN Mission to intervene in the crisis protesters in accordance with international norms
Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Iraqi List, Saleh al-Mutlaq, Tuesday, the UN Mission in Iraq to take the role and intervene in accordance with norms and international regulations in crisis protesters and the repercussions of the demonstrations taking place in a number of provinces, as he emphasized representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Martin Kobler that mission staff are conducting contacts and meetings with various political parties to find solutions.
Mutlaq said in a statement issued on Tuesday, following a meeting with a representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler, he was to discuss the latest developments on the Iraqi political scene and the crisis of the protesters and the repercussions of the demonstrations taking place in a number of Iraqi provinces.
Mutlaq called for that, take the UN Mission positive role and seek to intervene in accordance with international norms and regulations to put an end to the existing problems and cut the road in front of more complexity, stressing the need for responsive government and parliament to the demands of the demonstrators.
Said Kuebler, according to the statement, the staff United Nations Mission still moving and conducting contacts and meetings with political parties different in Iraq to find solutions to problems and outstanding issues, including the protests in the cities of Iraq and the demands advocated by the citizens.