Issawi’s resignation will be followed by hours after the resignations of other ministers
Abu Risha: Issawi’s resignation will be followed by hours after the resignations of other ministers within their cities
Palm – The President of the Conference of the Iraqi Awakening Ahmed Abu Risha, that the resignation of Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi from office will be followed by hours after the resignations of other ministers within their towns where demonstrations and sit-ins, noting that he will not participate in the government of “sectarian”.
Said Abu Risha said in an interview media that the resignation of the Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi came after trading up with the leaders of Anbar province, and there will be resignations after hours from now to other ministers, noting that these ministers are going from Baghdad to cities where demonstrations to declare their resignations to their audience.
The Abu Risha we will not go back to the government that does not respect the people and take of sectarian cover her marginalization and injustice component without the other, only on condition that all Iraqis are equal in applying laws without discrimination or exclusion, pointing out that this is what was agreed upon by all the leaders of the demonstrations in all provinces Iraqi witness ins.
The Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi announced, on Friday (March 1, 2013), resigned from his position in front of the demonstrators in the city of Ramadi, Anbar province, said one of the organizers of the demonstrations that came after chants accompanied ascended the podium resign.
Recognizes Rafie al-Issawi, who is leader of the Iraqi List, his finance minister since the formation of the Iraqi government in 2010, where is the job of the entitlement menu, in addition to seven other ministries which electricity, industry and minerals, science and technology, agriculture, education and communication and the Ministry of State for Provincial Affairs, as well as Deputy Prime Minister for Services Affairs.
And witnessing the governorates of Anbar and Nineveh, Salahuddin, Kirkuk and Diyala and some areas of Baghdad, since (25 December 2012), massive demonstrations demanding the release of prisoners and detainees innocent and prosecute “violators symptoms” of women prisoners, as well as change the course of government, while out in contrast demonstrations in favor of the government of President Nuri Maliki, and calls for national unity and refuses to cancel the Justice and Accountability Law and Article IV of the Act against “terrorism.”