ANBAR/ Aswat al-Iraq: Iraqiya bloc MP Ahmed al-Alwani announced today that tribal and popular delegations from different Iraqi provinces are pouring to participate in Anbar protest demonstrations, calling the armed forces not to collide with the demonstrators and open the routs for new comers.
Thousands are sitting-in along the international highway that connects Iraq with Jordan and Syria.
The demonstrators called for releasing women detainees and ending the neglect practiced against the Sunni sect and demanding Premier Maliki to negotiate with them to end this question.
Samarra and Mosul demonstrated yesterday in support of Anbar people, while delegations from Diala, Tikrit, Baghdad and some southern cities came to Fallujah in support of Anbar people.
Alwani told Aswat al-Iraq that tribal and popular delegations are still pouring in Anbar province.
He added that the delegations came from Baghdad, Missan, Mosul, Diala, Samarra', Basra and other provinces.
Alwani pointed out that the demonstrators called the Iraqi army to guarantee the arrival of the protestors, without arresting them.
"The demands of the protestors are according to the constitution and Baghdad government should implement their demands", he concluded.Ramadi, center of Anbar province, lies 110 km west of the capital, Baghdad.