Abadi sack five ministers in response to the demands of the demonstrators."

Sunday 09-08-2015 | 12:02:26

Twilight News / detection Iraqi Council of Representatives member Mishan al-Jubouri that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi discharged five ministers in response to the demands of the demonstrators.

Experiencing the Iraqi cities more than a week since the protests against poor service delivery and corruption rampant with most aspects of the state.

And facing the prime minister Haider al-Abadi pressure from the Iraqi street to grip on the situation in terms of security, which is witnessing a fight against Daash fronts, but a change public reality in the country.

And get Abadi yesterday to support an unprecedented religious authority to strike at corruption with an iron fist as I said, and asked him to take bolder measures.

And the impact on demand of the reference and the escalation of protests Abadi decided to hold an urgent meeting today the Council of Ministers to discuss the reforms.

As a result, MP Mishan al-Jubouri in a tweet on Twitter briefed by Twilight News, "President al-Abadi calls for his government to an emergency meeting tomorrow (today) and my information that he would fire five of its members and asking the others who wanted to resign in response to the street."