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    The outbreak of angry protests in Sulaymaniyah and its outskirts

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    The outbreak of angry protests in Sulaymaniyah and its outskirts Empty The outbreak of angry protests in Sulaymaniyah and its outskirts

    Post by Rocky Tue 19 Dec 2017, 1:41 am

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    The outbreak of angry protests in Sulaymaniyah and its outskirts


     Baghdad / Range 

    Demonstrations described as "angry" yesterday, in a number of cities in the Kurdistan region, to protest against the deterioration of living conditions in the region because of the financial crisis and tension between the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil. The demonstrators raised slogans calling for the departure of the provincial government and the formation of an emergency government, and set fire to a number of headquarters of the five Kurdish parties. According to sources and eyewitnesses, thousands of Kurdish citizens took part in two demonstrations attended by employees and teachers in Sulaymaniyah to protest the poor living conditions and the system of saving salaries and delayed by the territorial government. Hundreds of demonstrators marched in the towns of Rania, Kalar, Rawanduz and Halabja, cutting off the main road between the provinces of Erbil and Kirkuk, chanting slogans calling for the government to leave. In a speech by a representative of the teachers of Sulaymaniyah, he stressed "the continuation of demonstrations until the legitimate demands of the demonstrators are achieved," accusing the officials in the region of "stealing the people's money and control over his neck." The demonstrators demanded, through slogans raised, Prime Minister Haider Abadi and the Iraqi parliament to "intervene", amid calls for the Peshmerga military and Asayish security to join the protesters. Demonstrations on social media showed protesters setting fire to an office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) near the city of Sulaymaniyah.
    Local media reported that the protesters also set fire to the offices of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), a partner in the coalition government in the province, as well as the offices of two other parties in the region. Iraqi television reported, according to (Reuters), that the offices of several Kurdish political parties set on fire without mentioning these parties by name. In the same context, the Sulaymaniyah Traffic Directorate organized an open sit-in protesting the deteriorating living conditions. 
    The Directorate announced the suspension of official work in protest against the delay in the payment of salaries and decided not to conduct the transactions of the auditors and closed the doors to another notice in protest against the delay in the payment of salaries.



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