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    Post by Rocky Sun 22 Jul 2018, 3:47 am

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    A source familiar with the Ministry of Higher Education revealed on Sunday that many employees in their ministries and other ministries could not receive their monthly salaries because of the interruption of the Internet service.
    The source told Ashqaf News that "a number of employees have not been able so far to receive their salaries, because of the disruption of the Internet, because they receive their salaries smart cards."
    "The Ministry of Education is trying to avoid this problem, through the handover of salaries to a number of employees."
    The Iraqi government has cut off the Internet service from the capital Baghdad and other provinces that are witnessing protests with the aim of containing and perpetuating it.
    Thousands of people demonstrated in a number of Iraqi provinces recently to protest the deterioration of the living conditions and service and the lack of water and electricity in light of rising temperatures to half of the boiling.
    Demonstrators in Dhi Qar, Maysan, Najaf, Karbala, Diwaniyah and Babel called for improving the service and living conditions, providing water and electricity services, eliminating financial and administrative corruption in the state and its institutions, unemployment and providing job opportunities for the unemployed.



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