NINEWA/ Aswat al-Iraq: Tens demonstrated today in Mosul city expressing their support to Premier Nouri al-Maliki, criticizing who objects to his governmental policies.
One of the organizers, Sheikh Ali Al-Abdulla, Zubaid tribe, told Aswat al-Iraq that the demonstrators "do not want to cancel the Questioning and Justice and terrorism laws".
He added that they wanted to "dissolve the parliament for its failure in solving the agonies of the Iraqi people".
Security forces surrounded the demonstration, where leading members of Dawa Party took part.
The demonstrators raised a big photo of Premier Maliki, raising slogans supporting his policies and for national unity.
The sit-in in Mosul Ahrar square entered its third week, criticizing governmental policies and demanding drastic political and security reforms.
Sunni clergymen here called Shiite counterparts to determine their stands on the current demonstrations taking place in different provinces.
Mosul, center of the province, lies 405 km north of the capital, Baghdad.