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US Congress calls for accountability of protest killers and restoration of Internet in Iraq

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Post by rocky on Fri 08 Nov 2019, 1:56 am

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[size=18]The US House of Representatives Foreign Relations Committee called on the Iraqi government to protect the right of the people to protest and peaceful assembly and hold accountable those who use force and violence against protesters and journalists.


In a joint statement with Republican Rep. Michael McCall, the committee's chairman, Elliott Engel, urged the Iraqi government to reverse the decision to shut down the Internet and lift restrictions on social media platforms.







The statement also called on Baghdad to ensure that all political parties, ethnic groups and communities live peacefully in a strong, sovereign and prosperous Iraq.

Internet access in Baghdad and most of the provinces has been completely cut off since Monday night, amid fears among protesters that they may try to isolate them again to strike demonstrations such as the first wave of unprecedented violence.


The capital Baghdad and about a dozen provinces in central and southern Iraq since the first of October last, large protests began to demand the elimination of corruption, but it expanded to demand the overthrow of the government, including violence that killed nearly 300 people and 12 thousand wounded demonstrators and security forces.
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