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Abdul Mahdi's government do you dare on October 25 to commit the deadly mistake?

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Abdul Mahdi's government do you dare on October 25 to commit the deadly mistake? Empty Abdul Mahdi's government do you dare on October 25 to commit the deadly mistake?

Post by rocky on Wed 16 Oct 2019, 8:32 am


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Yes Iraq:
Follow-up Yassin Iraq: Based on some information from Agence France-Presse:
On October 25, the Iraqi authorities are likely to dare to commit the same fatal mistake by shutting down the Internet from the overthrow of Iraq beyond the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region from the administration of Adel Abdul Mahdi's government, despite international and local warnings from humanitarian and human rights organizations.
And through the signals given by Mr. Moqtada al-Sadr, who is trying to approach the date of 25 October - with the decline of his well-known image in Sadr City, the stronghold of his main supporters - is not hidden that the demonstrations will come out, but a number of Iraqis who followed our platform expect the Iraqi government to cut the Internet again This does not mean a violation of human rights alone, but a devastating economic blow after a week of losses of nearly one billion dollars.
Cutting:
By blocking the Internet, Iraqi authorities temporarily cut off bridges of communication between protesters and curtailed the flow of bloody photos and videos of protesters. But at the same time, it has cut off the livelihoods of thousands of start-up entrepreneurs who have so far lost nearly $ 1 billion. Even today, Iraqis are still denied access to social media, although calm has returned to the streets of the country, which has seen a week of bloody protests.
Losses of about one billion dollars:
According to the non-governmental organization Cyber ​​Security, Netbooks, the losses incurred by the entire Iraqi economy, where electronic commerce is still emerging, amount to $ 951 million. This includes only seven days. The 12-day restrictions on 3G and social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) cost about $ 10 million a day, and last year the Iraqi authorities cut off Internet and international communications in response to demanding protests in southern Iraq. The ban also affects some functions and incomes.
ISPs assure their customers that no specific date or timetable can be set for the return of the Internet or the lifting of the current restrictions.
More reports and coverage prepared by Yes Iraq on the losses caused by government interference in the Internet.


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