Starting demonstrations across Iraq in support of Ebadi and reform the judiciary

Friday 14-08-2015
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Twilight News / thousands of Iraqis came out on Friday in massive demonstrations across the country in support of reforms, the prime minister Haider al-Abadi and to protest against corruption and poor services.

In Baghdad, the demands of thousands of demonstrators from activists and citizens who gathered in Tahrir Square in the capital to carry out reforms in the judiciary focus.

And these claims come after a few hours of the call's top Shi'ite cleric Ali al-Sistani in Iraq to reform the judicial institution in the country.

The representative of reference in Karbala, Abdul Mahdi al-Karbalai during Friday prayers that "the reform of the judicial system, is an important milestone in the completion of the reform packages, and can not be real reform without him."

In the elimination of Dujail in Salahuddin province demonstrators raised banners calling for the disbanding of the local council and the dismissal of Mayor judiciary to protest against poor services.

While thousands came from activists and citizens in a demonstration in central city of Amara, Maysan province, to demand the abolition of the provinces and pensions for members of the boards.
Chanted thousands of demonstrators in the city of Nasiriyah province of Dhi Qar slogans of support for the reform plan Prime Minister, as demonstrators demanded a review of the salaries and privileges of officials and those with special grades.