Extensive preparations in Basra to demonstrate tomorrow to protest against poor services and corruption files
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It scheduled to be launched in the province of Basra on Friday afternoon demonstration called her a number of civilians and media activists through their own pages on social networking sites.

He said civil rights activist captain Allaibi in a statement to Radio Marbad The demonstration comes a complement to provide a demonstration demands related to the provision of basic services and the fight against the corrupt as well as follow-up to what has been achieved from the previous promises of some officials in this regard.

Meanwhile, a civil rights activist Samir Rahim al-Maliki said the demonstration was to demand the rights of the Iraqis in general and those claims abolition of pensions the two parliaments as well as the provision of services and re-build factories and create jobs for the unemployed.

The Office of the province of Basra announced on Saturday 1 August 2015 for the formation of an ad hoc committee to consider the demands of the demonstrators and with announced its support for the demands relating to the provision of services noted that the Committee will present its recommendations during a maximum period of 72 hours after its formation.

The official spokesman for the governor of Basra honest Chimra in a statement to Radio tow the Office of the province issued a statement announcing his support for the demands of the demonstrators on the provision of services in connection ensures the formation of an ad hoc committee to consider the demands of the protesters include a number of members of the House of Representatives and the provincial council and the Office of the province and representatives of a number of civil society organizations and leaders of the demonstrations that the Commission submit its recommendations during a maximum period of seventy-two hours after its formation.

He added that the work of this committee will not stop until after the resolution of all outstanding issues within the province and with the relevant ministries.

The Basra may have seen on August 1 2015 demonstration was attended by dozens of activists and citizens representing different social strata to demand better the reality of services such as electricity, infrastructure and residential areas, and the construction of a dam on the Shatt al-Arab.