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    Abadi warns of the movement of elements Mendes in the ranks of demonstrators in Basra

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    Post by Rocky Fri 13 Jul 2018, 2:22 am

    Abadi warns of the movement of elements Mendes in the ranks of demonstrators in Basra
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    Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi warned of the presence of members of the demonstrators in the city of Basra, who have been protesting for days because of poor municipal services and unemployment. 
    Abadi said, according to state television: "There are elements Almndas want to abuse peaceful demonstration and security forces," stressing the government's keenness to provide services in Basra quickly, noting that "the visual citizen will not jeopardize the security of his province, which is keen on others." 
    Iraqi police sources said on Thursday police fired into the air to disperse protesters demanding jobs and improve public services in one of three demonstrations outside major oil fields in Basra, southern Iraq. 
    Police and medical sources said two protesters were wounded, without giving details of the incident near the entrance to the field of West Qurna 2 giant run by the company "Lukoil" Russian.
    Local officials said about 10 protesters managed to enter the ore separation facility shortly before they were released by the police, while security sources spoke of a large crowd deliberately setting fire to a large vehicle used by police. 
    According to officials in the oil sector that the protests did not affect the production in the West Qurna 2 field nor in the other two fields, West Qurna 1 and Rumaila. 
    The Iraqi Oil Ministry issued a statement saying that the production of West Qurna 2 goes on normally and that the security forces control the situation near the oil fields. 
    Protests escalated after police opened fire last week to disperse dozens of protesters near the West Qurna 2 field, killing one person and wounding three.

     

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