Al-Nusour demonstrators conclude their protests with a number of demands, most notably a transitional government, and threaten “escalatory” steps

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 2022-10-01 11:49A-AA+

Shafaq News/ “Al-Nusour Square” demonstrators in Baghdad decided on Saturday to withdraw from the square and give the political forces until October 25 to leave the political process, vowing to take “escalatory” steps, and also demanded the formation of a transitional government under UN supervision.

And the final statement of the demonstration, which was received by Shafak News Agency, stated, “Here we stand today together, to commemorate one of our greatest days that we fought in the path of freedom and struggle for a united Iraq. We sacrificed pure blood to pave the road leading to our supreme goal, the goal of regime change. The political establishment in Iraq, the regime that has destroyed the country and exhausted the people.”

And he added, “Oh, sons of our beloved people, you are not aware of the recklessness of the corrupt authorities and political parties, which divided Iraq into shares, and because of which provinces fell, and thousands were displaced, and it is they who returned the terrorists to political action without shame or fear, and they are the ones who sowed abhorrent sectarianism, and spread Most of the leaders of these corrupt political forces and their symbols have openly admitted their corruption and dividing (the cake) among themselves, buying and selling positions, and offering obedience and loyalty to foreign countries and powers that do not want the good of a united Iraq. and its people, until Iraq is at the bottom of the list of the most corrupt and poorest countries.”

The statement continued, “Is it not time for us to stop these farce and setbacks? Is it not time for them to leave to build the country?! Sons of our great people: Speak your final word in the face of tyrants and corrupt people, for today is your day, and history records your honorable stances, and accordingly we will summarize what we want very clearly.” We only want a strong united Iraq (the master of himself), in which the people choose the form of their political system and the authorities.”

The demonstrators stressed, according to the statement, that “our goal is to change the existing political system and zero the entire existing political process, so that the Iraqis can build a new political system, with a constitution and a new social contract, formulated by a sample of Iraq’s national competencies, to get rid of this hybrid system designed with foreign hands.”

And they added, “We believe in the peaceful, nonviolent struggle, which adopts peaceful mechanisms of escalation and organized pressure, which needs a long breath without getting bored or tireless, so we will give all political forces until the twenty-fifth of this October, to leave the political process and zero it, and otherwise we will We are proceeding with larger and broader escalatory steps and mechanisms, and we will not give them the opportunity to rest.”

They also called for “a transitional government under international supervision, led by an elite of patriots, provided that no one is in the political and partisan process that led the country to its loss since 2003 until now, and this speech includes the existing executive authority represented by Mustafa Al-Kazemi.”

And they continued, “From their law, which they enacted with their own hands, which is the Political Parties Law of 2015, we will obligate them to what they committed themselves to, as a team of national lawyers will move to file lawsuits against the parties of the authority, most of which violate the parties law, which stipulates not to involve parties with armed links or sources of funding. unknown in the elections.

The statement pointed out that “the launch of a million campaign from now to collect the signatures of the people on a petition rejecting this corrupt regime and its abhorrent policies, which is what we call on all Iraqis to participate in, and in this context we will have a field and electronic campaign, we will publish its details and the way to participate in it later, and we will also work to raise This signature campaign is addressed to the concerned authorities and to the international community at the United Nations and its bodies, to convey the vocal voice of the Iraqi people in rejecting injustice, corruption and the monopoly of power, with all possible tools.

The demonstrators addressed the international community and the United Nations, saying, “Iraq is a participant in most international agreements and treaties, and that you are among the founders of this regime, which has transgressed all moral, political and international principles and charters, so you must have a clear word in support of the steps of the Iraqi people rejecting humiliation, corruption and injustice.” “.

They concluded their statement, “To our beloved people and fellow protestors: We invite you – of all your walks of life – to prepare on the next twenty-fifth, to put an end to this clamor and corruption, if the political forces do not respond to the demand of zeroing in on the political process. We must be cooperating, not dissenting, and we must support each other even if we differ in some mechanisms and slogans.Our lofty goal is sufficient to advance hand in hand, and start a new stage, crossed by the fingers of loyal Iraqis… We also want to remind our beloved people of the fierce media confrontation. Which we will watch from now on after our statement, and we advise everyone not to be drawn into the claims of the ruling parties, because they will, as usual, mislead the news, discredit the protesters with their immoral methods known to you, and will launch despicable attacks through their paid electronic armies.


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