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Including tribal participation ... demonstrations in five Iraqi provinces

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[rtl]Shafaq News / Five Iraqi governorates witnessed demonstrations today, Saturday, accusing protesters of accusing the political parties dominant of power of corruption and demanding their departure.[/rtl]
[rtl]Witnesses in Dhi Qar Governorate said that the demonstrators continued to arrive at Al-Haboubi Square in the center of Nasiriyah, with the cutting of an olive bridge.[/rtl]
[rtl]In Al-Diwaniyah, demonstrators flocked to the clock square, which is located in front of the local government building. Today, a number of clan elders participated in support of the demonstration.[/rtl]
[rtl]In Karbala, dozens of demonstrators were present at Falaket Al-Tarbeya Square, with calls to form committees of demonstrators to organize and protect the demonstrations in conjunction with the attacks on a number of demonstrators the day before yesterday, as they were stabbed with knives by unknown persons.[/rtl]
[rtl]In Najaf, the demonstrators were present in Sadrin Square in the city center, with calm and security stability accompanied by the opening of all the streets and bridges of the province.[/rtl]
[rtl]In Basra, in the far south of Iraq, dozens of citizens demonstrated in front of Majnoon oil field in the north of the province.[/rtl]


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Post by rocky on Sat 14 Dec 2019, 8:55 am

With the participation of clan .. Demonstrations in five provinces calling for the departure of corrupt parties from power

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  Five provinces witnessed today, Saturday, demonstrations by protesters, accusing the political parties dominant of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  corruption, and demanding their departure.
Witnesses in Dhi Qar Governorate said that the demonstrators continued to arrive at Al-Haboubi Square in the center of Nasiriyah, with the cutting of an olive bridge.
In Al-Diwaniyah, demonstrators flocked to the clock square, which is located in front of the local government building. Today, a number of clan elders participated in support of the demonstration.
In Karbala, dozens of demonstrators were present at Falaket Al-Tarbeya Square, with calls to form committees of demonstrators to organize and protect the demonstrations in conjunction with the attacks on a number of demonstrators the day before yesterday, as they were stabbed with knives by unknown persons.
In Najaf, the demonstrators were present in Sadrin Square in the city center, with calm and security stability accompanied by the opening of all the streets and bridges of the province.
In Basra, in the far south of Iraq, dozens of citizens demonstrated in front of Majnoon oil field in the north of the province.

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