Karbala protesters are demanding the resignation of Mahmoud and the inclusion of anti-corruption faction leaders plan



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two past six p.m. 08/21/2015


Long-Presse / Karbala
Thousands of residents of the province of Karbala on Friday, demanding the dismissal of the head of the judiciary Medhat al-Mahmoud and the inclusion of leaders of political blocs anti-corruption plan, and described the reforms as Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as "inadequate".

A reporter (range Press), said that thousands of people in the province of Karbala demonstrated, this afternoon, in the courtyard of the popular uprising center of the city, demanding the dismissal of the head of the judiciary Medhat al-Mahmoud and the inclusion of leaders of political blocs anti-corruption plan and reform of the judicial system fully and the abolition of the provincial councils.

The reporter, said that the protesters described the actions taken by the prime minister Haider al-Abadi as "inadequate" which, asserting that al-Abadi "is still subject to the pressures of partisan and political."

The representative of the religious authority in Karbala Ahmed net new, on Friday, calling for reform of the judiciary, promised proliferation of corrupt and kidnap gangs results for "backwardness" A lot of officials in this device for "legal performance of their duties", as demanded by making steps reform law's "Heroes pretext "affected by them, confirmed the lack of" an option "in front of officials in the three branches of government only to proceed with the reform.

The protests affected many provinces as a result of widespread corruption and deterioration of electricity, and the continuation of the worsening energy crisis without a radical solution, despite promises "dumped optimism", launched by several senior government officials in this regard, headed by former Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki, and his deputy, for Energy, Hussain al-Shahristani, as well as ministers of all electricity in the previous governments.

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