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Bahrain opposition parties: the regime calls for dialogue and opens fire on protesters
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2013-02-04 23:06:37




The wide presence of the Bahraini masses in nonstop protests over the past two years following the eruption of the pro-democracy revolution in 2011 has strongly proved that the national demands movement cannot be put down.

 

 

The people of Bahrain have proved to this regime and to the world that their civilized and peaceful movement is stronger than the official brutal suppression, and that they will not give up on their humanitarian rights which are stated in local and international covenants and treaties.

 

The opposition parties said in the final communiqué of today's protest, titled, "We are confident that we are victorious", that while the regime pretends to call for dialogue, it opens fire on protesters causing a number of birdshot injuries during the last few days, and this proves that the regime's call for dialogue lacks seriousness.  

 

The opposition parties stressed that talking about dialogue while the security services are aiming guns at citizen's heads is not possible. As long as prisons are filled with political prisoners and opposition figures, the call for dialogue is not serious. Bahrain needs a genuine dialogue and not a public relation party for the regime, while at the same time, its repressive policy continues.   

 

The opposition parties stated that the national popular demands are mentioned very clearly in the 'Manama Document' and they are merely based on enabling the people to be the source of all powers to end the long era of tyranny and monopolism of individuals in the state's decision making. The Manama Document put in points Bahrain's vital need for an elected government instead of the current government that has put the country in set back through corruption, in addition to a legislative authority that is elected through fair constituencies, and an impartial judicial system and national security services which work for the protection of the nation and its citizens.   

 

The opposition parties are fully persistent to the national popular demands of the Bahraini people, and to make the final say for the people through ballot boxes to express their opinions in any negotiation or political consensus as the people are the real source of legitimacy.

 

The opposition stressed that change is coming for Bahrain and the totalitarian rule must come to an end. Only real democracy can achieve stability and development to the nation and all citizens. 

 

 

 

 

 

National opposition parties:

 

AlWefaq National Islamic Society

 

National Democratic Action Society (Waad)

 

National Democratic Gathering Society (AlQawmi)

 

Unitary National Democratic Assemblage (Wahdawy)

 

Ekhaa National Society (Ekhaa)

   

 
 
 
 
 

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