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Maliki: the government would stop the sit-ins and are afraid of a confrontation with security forces

BAGHDAD / Hassan Shammari:
MP for the state law, Hussein al-Maliki, on Thursday, that the government will prevent the sit-ins and undeterred, especially those that did not get the fundamentalist and legal approvals, as warned of confrontation between security forces and protesters.
Maliki said in an interview seen by "Sky Press," that "there are those who want to influence the public security has tucked the abusers and terrorists to sit for the collision with the security forces and cause a riot."
Maliki said that "the Cabinet afraid of confrontations between protesters and security forces have reversed the situation to what may have dire consequences as well as the entry Mendsh elements," adding that "it makes the rule of law also has concerns."
And that "sit-ins must be in specific places and has a fundamentalist approvals, because the right to demonstrate and protest is guaranteed by the Constitution."
The face of the commander of the armed forces, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Thursday, closing bridges Republic and Sinak and Alawi area adjacent to the Green Zone, starting tonight, while the source pointed to the evacuation of many officials homes and apartments in the region.
The Council of Ministers expressed on Wednesday, his support and his support for the demonstrations demanding government reforms, stressing at the same time that are in accordance with the legal framework and taking approvals from the licensing authority, as he pointed out that the law does not allow the establishment of sit-ins amid security conditions and the threat of terrorist groups and the possibility of targeting.
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called on Saturday (12 March 2016), the demonstrators to start sit-open in front of the Green Zone gates until the deadline for Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi end to implement the reforms which the 45 days, as pointed out that the sit-in starts from next Friday after returning to the organizing committee.