Pictures short stature demonstrating in central Baghdad to demand their rights 10/8
Pictures .. short stature demonstrating in central Baghdad to demand their rights
[Baghdad - where] a demonstration of dozens of Qsaralqamh Thursday in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, demanding better pension and redress for their circumstances and give them their rights stipulated by laws and the Constitution. Correspondent agency all of Iraq [where] that "the demonstrators raised the Iraqi flag and banners reading [of my right to live, and enough silence, and enough negligence, we want to complete our rights. The demonstrators demanded in a statement Zaaoh, that affect the upcoming reforms of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reality disability and decryption body with disabilities from the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, and improve the living conditions and service and health for people with disabilities and short stature, similar to people with disabilities in the world link through the provision of housing and salary or work preserves their dignity.
"The demonstrators called for the establishment of marriage support for people with disabilities Fund as well as the establishment of special projects for those who wish, and modification of the law of medical committees according to the new law and the inclusion of all segments of people with disability rights, including short stature."
For his part, the artist Saadoun al-Jubouri, known as [he walked through] a short stature, "it is not reasonable to receive short stature a monthly salary by body care and of 50 000 dinars, wondering Is this amount is enough for one day to one of the children of officials?
"We demand the government and parliament by giving us complete our rights, because it is our right to live in freedom and dignity and independence like any other social group."
He appealed to al-Jubouri, head Minister Haider al-Abadi, personally intervene to take the necessary measures to improve the living reality and Health feet tall and are without urgent measures Tojer.