The start of massive demonstrations in Baghdad and seven provinces 8/14/2015
The start of massive demonstrations in Baghdad and seven provinces
8/14/2015 0 Comments
Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: off, on Friday evening, massive demonstrations in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, seven Iraqi provinces, with the participation of thousands of activists and citizens, focused on demands for reforms in the judiciary, as well as other demands. In the capital Baghdad, where a demonstration was launched in Tahrir Square, on Thursday evening, with the participation of thousands of citizens, civilians and activists amid tight security, to demand reforms in the judiciary. And to the city of Nasiriyah province of Dhi Qar, where thousands of people demonstrated in support of the resolutions of the recent al-Abadi, as demonstrators demanded a review of the salaries and privileges of officials and those with special grades. Systems and hundreds of activists and citizens, a mass demonstration in front of the province of Babylon building to demand reform of the judiciary and a comprehensive review of the Iraqi constitution. And to the province of Kirkuk, where dozens of activists and citizens systems, a mass demonstration to demand accountability of the corrupt and the launch of the province's budget.
In Wasit province, hundreds of people of the province, in front of the governorate building Kut's city center, demanding the dismissal of the corrupt and condemning the poor services.
And the preparation of demonstrators stood before the Board of Basra province, the 20 thousand demonstrators building, demanding the dismissal of the governor Majid Nasraoui, and the abolition of customs tariffs, and to hold accountable corrupt law, in addition to improving the situation of services, especially electricity.
And launched in Mahazh Karbala, near the washer education amid the province, a demonstration with the participation of thousands of citizens, civilians and activists amid tight security, demanding accountability Osama al-Nujaifi and his brother, Ethel, as well as banners denounced Iyad Allawi and Rafi al-Issawi and quotas.
Diyala province has seen too, large demonstrations demanding the abolition of municipal and local councils and the reinstatement of Diyala police chief Jamil al-Shammari, add their demand to stop the project Apartments Integrity staff central Baquba, to overcome the gardens and rural streets New Baquba.
It is said that these demonstrations is the third of its kind and for the third consecutive week in the Iraqi provinces, where preceded by demonstrations called by activists to press for reforms and improve services.
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi issued on Sunday (August 9, 2015), a set of guidelines, which included an immediate a reduction of the number of protections for all those responsible Dmenhm three presidencies, and the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister immediately, and the dimensions of all senior positions from quotas partisan and sectarian.