Publish dateSaturday 3 December 2022 - 13:18
Story Code : 261765
The sharp and decisive response of the British Prime Minister to the protestors of the living conditions
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said yesterday in response to the protestors about the living conditions: I have told the police that they have my full support in dealing with and suppressing the protestors.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said: It is not at all acceptable that people's lives are disrupted by the demonstrations of a "selfish minority". Today I met the police commanders to tell them that they have my full support to suppress the illegal protests.
He said: "People have suffered enough from these anarchies and now it's time for those who break the law to feel the power of the law."
Rishi Sunak, however, commented on the riots in Iran in a different way and added: Iranian protestors are still protesting and being suppressed. Iranian women have shown boundless courage by standing against theocracy.
According to Noor News, Rishi Sunak also knows very well that street riots pose a problem to people's security and disrupt their lives, but when it comes to Iran, they call the riots revolution, a dual approach that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also has.
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