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The Govt's Weak Response To The Demonstrators' Demands And External Interference Will Lead The Country To Chaos And Instability.

Baghdad / NINA /- Member of the House of Representatives, Faleh Al-Ziyadi stressed that: political incompatibility and failure to meet the clear demands of the peaceful demonstrators will complicate the current crisis. He said to the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA): The weak performance and the lack of government response to the peaceful demands of the peaceful demonstrators gave more room for external interference. He added that: These factors led some demonstrations to get out from their peaceful ways, which reflected on the situation in general. Stressing: The security services need to take their role clearly in order to restore security and stability. It is mentioned that Baghdad and several central and southern governorates are witnessing ongoing demonstrations and sit-ins, since the first of last October, demanding reform and combating corruption that led to the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi. Later they evolved to demand the dissolving the parliament and holding early elections under UN supervision. The security forces confronted the demonstrators with the use of excessive violence, which resulted in the death of nearly 500 people and the injury of thousands. / End

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