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A state of extreme alert..the joint operations summarize the security situation on the eve of the expected demonstrations 2022.09.30 - 21:15 Baghdad - people On Friday, the Joint Operations Command announced that the security forces had entered a state of maximum alert on the eve of the third anniversary of the start of the October demonstrations, confirming that a curfew would not be imposed tomorrow. The Deputy Commander of Operations, Lieutenant General Abdul Amir Al-Shammari, said in a statement that "Nass" received a copy of it (September 30, 2022), that "the security forces have entered a state of maximum alert ahead of tomorrow's demonstrations," noting that "the security forces are trained to deal with demonstrators in an appropriate manner." Good". Al-Shammari stressed, "We will not impose any curfew or closure of the entrances to Baghdad tomorrow," noting that "strict security measures will be taken to protect tomorrow's demonstrations." He explained, "Only the Al-Sinak and Al-Gomhoria bridges were closed to prevent any friction with the demonstrators," noting that "we will not bear arms against peaceful demonstrators in accordance with the instructions of the Commander in Chief." Al-Shammari stated, "The investigations are continuing to find out who targeted the Green Zone, and we have conducted inspections in the vicinity of the Green Zone, as well as strengthening operations to protect diplomatic headquarters in the Green Zone." The military commander stressed, "We deal with all demonstrations professionally and without discrimination, and we stand at the same distance from everyone and we do not have political parties."
Al-Kazemi: Our government was formed to express the will of the people Sunday 25 October 2020 49 Baghdad: Morning Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed to work calmly and diplomatically to prevent Iraq from sliding into a regional war, while noting that his government was formed to express the will of the people. Al-Kazemi said in a speech on the occasion of the first anniversary of the October 25 demonstrations: “We recall the memory of the October Revolution to remind ourselves that the people have original rights, a clear voice and a courageous stance,” indicating that “the ruler's job is to listen to the voice of his people.” He added, "The martyrs of the October Revolution have carved the way towards the future, and that the Iraqi social movement has laid down a roadmap that everyone has recognized and we are going to work on it." "We promised to launch a fact-finding system on the events of the October Revolution, despite skepticism, and we formed a team of judges known for their integrity, and we are now in the final stage of the work of the fact-finding committee on the events of the October Revolution," the prime minister added. He called on the demonstrators to "be on guard against malice and stateless people." Al-Kazemi also affirmed adherence to the June 6 deadline for holding early elections, explaining that "the government will take care of protecting ballot boxes from fraud and fugitive weapons, and we will adopt the biometric system."
Watch the start of a large flock of demonstrators to Tahrir Square in Baghdad 7,155 views•Oct 1, 2020