Organization calls Iraqi people to arrest Iraq government

On Saturday the Justice and Development Organization condemned the attacks by Iraqi police on pro-reform government demonstrators and expressed its full solidarity with the supporters of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, who has turned into a symbol of the revolution against “injustice and corruption.” 

The organization said in a press statement received by IraqiNews.com, “The government of Abadi and all the Arab regimes are corrupt regimes working for global capitalism, which rules the world and steals from the people of the Middle East by looting their money and transferring it to foreign banks,” asserting that, “This is what leaked Panama documents had revealed.” 

Zidane al-Quenaiy, the spokesman for the organization, accused Abadi’s government of working “only for the American interests like the governments of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf countries.” The organization has called on all components of the Iraqi people to form a popular government and a popular police to catch the corrupt ministers and officials and subject them to a public trial. 

By Amre Sarhan

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