Friday, 22 June 2012
Iraqi CP strongly condemns terrorist wave of bombings
The Political Bureau of the Iraqi Communist Party strongly condemned the terrorist wave of bombings and attacks in Baghdad, Hilla and other towns across Iraq on Wednesday 13th June 2012 that killed dozens of people and also caused material losses.
A statement issued by the Political Bureau on 14th June 2012 pointed out that these heinous acts, timed with Imam al-Kadhim religious ceremonies, were aimed at exploiting the ongoing intensified political crisis in order to inflict greater harm on innocent people.
The statement also stressed that the government and its security institutions must ensure the safety of citizens through enhancing their capabilities and collaborating with the people to defeat the terrorists and their evil schemes that are hostile to the people’s aspirations and their yearning for freedom, peace and stability.
While strongly condemning the terrorist attacks and those who were behind them, and offering deepest condolences and sympathy to the families of martyrs, and wishing the wounded a speedy recovery, the Iraqi Communist Party called for radical solutions to the current political crisis that would put the country on the right path leading to a better life for Iraqi citizens. “Achieving this requires maintaining multi-sided popular pressure, peacefully and constitutionally, to enable the masses to have the final word in accordance with the highest interests of the people and homeland,” the statement said.