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    continues the protests in southern Iraq and tribes cut a main road leading to the capital Baghdad

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     continues the protests in southern Iraq and tribes cut a main road leading to the capital Baghdad Empty continues the protests in southern Iraq and tribes cut a main road leading to the capital Baghdad

    Post by Rocky Mon 16 Jul 2018, 2:03 am

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    "The" angry "demonstrations in the provinces of southern Iraq, which started its first spark from Basra, the richest oil province in the country, in protest against the lack of services, and deterioration of the living reality, and the spread of financial and administrative corruption in state institutions and departments, and the spread of unemployment.
    The tribes of "Khafaja" in the province of Dhi Qar in the early hours of Monday morning to cut the main road leading to the capital Baghdad, Wasit province.
    A source told Ashqaf News, that hundreds of members of the tribe have spread on the road mentioned and set fire to tires, chanting condemning the arbitrary measures taken by the federal government against demonstrators.
    The protests began more than a week ago in the province of Basra, and later spread to other provinces with a Shiite majority in the south of the country, including Muthanna, Maysan, Diwaniyah and Dhi Qar, demanding basic public services such as water, electricity, jobs and fighting corruption.
    The government has taken decisions to contain the protests, including the allocation of government jobs and funds, the province of Basra, as well as plans to implement service projects in the short and medium term.
    Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi on Sunday ordered security forces not to fire live ammunition at demonstrators demanding services and jobs in the south of the country after four people were killed in a week.



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