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Washington urges Abdul Mahdi to take immediate steps to protesters' demands and address corruption

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urged Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to "exercise maximum restraint and address complaints from protesters," the State Department said.
"The minister regretted the tragic loss of life over the past few days and urged the Iraqi government to exercise maximum restraint," the ministry said in a statement issued on Tuesday after more than 100 people were killed in recent demonstrations.
Pompeo urged Abdel Mahdi "to take immediate steps to address protesters' complaints by working on reform and addressing corruption," she said.
The statement said Pompeo and Abdul Mahdi had spoken "recently"
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U.S. Condemns Violence Against Protesters in Iraq: Human Rights Violators Must Be Held Accountable

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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday condemned the bloody violence in Iraq, calling on the country's government to "exercise maximum restraint," the State Department said Tuesday.

The ministry said in a statement that Pompeo condemned during a contact with Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi "the recent violence in Iraq, and noted that those who violate human rights must be held accountable."

"The minister regretted the tragic loss of life over the past few days and encouraged the Iraqi government to exercise maximum restraint," she said.

"Peaceful public demonstrations are an essential element in all democracies, and there is no place for violence in demonstrations, whether by security forces or protesters," pompeo said in a statement.

The Iraqi parliament on Tuesday held its first session after a week of anti-government protests that left dozens dead and triggered a political crisis that the country's president said needed a "national dialogue."

On Tuesday, Abdul Mahdi held marathon meetings with Parliament Speaker Mohamed Al-Halbousi, cabinet ministers, tribal leaders and the country's chief justice to discuss the protests, while his office confirmed in remarks that life "has returned to normal" after a week of bloody demonstrations.

The demonstrations began with demands to end the country's rampant corruption and chronic unemployment, but escalated into calls for a complete reform of the political system.

These demonstrations are unprecedented because they were spontaneous and independent in Iraqi society, but they were unexpectedly bloody, killing more than 100 people and injuring 6,000 in one week.

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State Department: Pompeo urged Abdul Mahdi to "restraint"
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urged Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi to "exercise maximum restraint ... and address the complaints of protesters," the State Department said.
"The minister regretted the tragic loss of life over the past few days and urged the Iraqi government to exercise maximum restraint," the ministry said in a statement released on Tuesday after more than 100 people were killed in recent demonstrations.
Pompeo urged Abdul Mahdi "to take immediate steps to address the protesters' complaints; by working on reform and addressing corruption," she said.
The protests, which erupted in central Baghdad last week and spread to southern cities, arrived in Sadr City for the first time on Sunday. The death toll has risen to at least 110, mostly protesters.
The unrest shattered relatively stable, lasting nearly two years in Iraq, which witnessed foreign occupation, civil war and an ISIS invasion between 2003 and 2017.
Many of the protesters are young men from a sprawling suburb, a symbol of a lack of services, jobs and government corruption, which has sparked public anger and is home to many supporters of powerful Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr.
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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo condemned the deadly violence in Iraq and called on the government to "exercise maximum restraint," the State Department said.

Pompeo condemned the recent violence in Iraq and called on those who violate human rights to be held accountable.
"The minister expressed regret over the tragic loss of life over the past few days and urged the Iraqi government to exercise maximum restraint."
"Pompeo reiterated that peaceful public demonstrations are an essential element in all democracies, and stressed that there is no place for violence in demonstrations, either by security forces or demonstrators," the State Department said.
Iraq's parliament held its first session on Tuesday after a week of anti-government protests that left dozens dead and triggered a political crisis that the president said needed a "national dialogue."


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