Abadi calls to postpone demonstrations until the restoration of Fallujah

Abadi calls to postpone demonstrations until the restoration of Fallujah

Thursday 26-05-2016 | 4:28:23

Abadi calls to postpone demonstrations until the restoration of FallujahTwilight News / she called on Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the population to postpone the planned demonstrations Friday in Baghdad to demand the formation of a new government because of the preoccupation with security forces operations “liberation of Fallujah.”

And pretend to thousands of people, most of them supporters of the cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, every Friday to demand government reforms and the cabinet reshuffle.

The protesters stormed last week’s fortified Green Zone, which includes the important government buildings for the second time in three weeks.

Ebadi said during his second visit to the “headquarters of the liberation of Fallujah operations” accompanied by Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri: “I call on young people to postpone their demonstrations until the liberation of Fallujah because our forces busy editing operations.”

Tens of thousands of Iraqi security forces to regain control of the city of Fallujah from the control of the organization “Daash” process.

And exited the city of Falluja, 50 km west of Baghdad, from the control of the Iraqi authorities since January 2014, a Mosul last two major Medintnin are still under the control of the control of the organization.

And entered the protesters who stormed the Green Zone to the Prime Minister’s office in al-Abadi, May 20 / May current, the depth of the political crisis that has crippled the country of months.

Iraqi security forces responded more strongly on the protesters from the time that preceded three weeks ago, when thousands of angry demonstrators stormed the parliament building.

And it issued a Human Rights Watch investigation confirms four people killed by security forces during demonstrations last week.

The director of the organization in the Middle East, Joe Stork, said that “the security forces that protect the Green Zone have no legitimate reason to fire on the demonstrators, who did not appear a threat to their lives or the lives of others.”

Security forces also defended Green Zone, using tear gas to tears and water cannons and firing shots in the air.