Tahrir Square again witness a demonstration calling for the people of Baghdad, the Maliki government to drop the
Hundreds of people of Baghdad, Friday, in the second event taking place in Tahrir Square today to demand to drop the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and making constitutional amendments.
The reporter said “Alsumaria News”, hundreds of people demonstrated in Baghdad since Sunday morning in Tahrir Square, the center of the capital required to drop the Maliki government and constitutional amendments.
The reporter, the protesters waved placards saying “people want to overthrow the government of Maliki,” and “liar Nuri al-Maliki” and others.
The correspondent reported that the Liberation Square is divided into two parts, which is experiencing a different demonstrations, the first against the government, and the second came out with hundreds of belonging to a number of tribes supporting the government.
These Altzhardan comes after a deadline set by the Hundred Days of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to improve the work of the ministries and government institutions and the development of services in the country against the backdrop of the demonstrations that swept Iraq’s cities is required to provide services and the fight against corruption and the elimination of unemployment.
Iraq has been since 25 February, demonstrations traveled around the country calling for reform and change and the eradication of rampant corruption in the joints of the State, organized by the youth of university students and intellectuals are independent across social networking sites on the Internet, at the time still calls escalate for the demonstrations in all provinces until the achievement of service profile .
And Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said in a statement, following the events of 25 February last, the implementation of all the demands of the demonstrations and gave the ministries and councils, provincial hundred days to improve services, as confirmed to the Commission on Parliamentary services that Maliki can not find radical solutions to the demands of the demonstrators.
The President of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Osama Nujaifi threatened, last March, the withdrawal of confidence from the current government and drop what does not meet the demands of citizens, as well as the confidence of every minister could not carry a rate of 75% of programs designed for the ministry, which promise a coalition of state law is an attempt Nujaifi to draw from his role greater than its real role.