Khatib Kufa: reforms chest ended the sectarian quotas



Since 04/01/2016 14:42 pm (Baghdad time)

BAGHDAD – balances News

Considered the imam, Sheikh Ali Gomaa Kufa Nomani, on Friday, the reforms called her cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, as the sectarian quota system ended

Said Nomani in political speech, which was attended by a reporter / balances News / “The reforms that called her the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr ended the sectarian quotas and dropped bets Almrgevin which grew out of a new bailout the country and people.”

Nomani said, “The first reforms came to fruition after the government bowed to the demand of the Iraqis who carry a tent faith and patience of Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr and his successor, millions of segments of Iraqi society.”

He said Nomani, that “the reform movement emerged again to save the country and its people through a national protest, which called him Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr and that surprised everyone following Bouktoath and on the walls of the Green Zone when their progress himself to be in front of them to demand the rights of the Iraqi people and knock the parties in power are at stake.”

Nomani said, “If patriotism among government officials present, or they have a sense of responsibility towards the safety of the Iraqis to have resigned, or at least accepted the government’s cabin provided by the Independent Committee and offered the opportunity to minister incompetent to provide their services to Iraq.”

He said Nomani, that “one of the symbols of corruption came out and threatened the protesters and the protesters, calling the sit-in was unconstitutional and that the popular unrest affects the achievements of the political process, then what the achievements are talking about arid hospitals or schools dilapidated or primitive streets or from the failed or billions of electricity stolen or for occupied Mosul. ”

He called the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, on Thursday, to end the sit-ins held in front of the Green Zone in central Baghdad, and continue to demonstrate in every Friday to put pressure on parliament to vote on new cabinet cabin. Ended 29/42 g

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