Staging protests in three Iraqi provinces to demand reform
2015-11-20

(Voice of Iraq) Baghdad hundreds of citizens, Friday, in three provinces to demand the implementation of the reforms launched by the Government recently, with demonstrators emphasized the need to combat corruption and provide corrupt officials to justice.

Organized dozens of sons of Diwaniyah, this afternoon, a demonstration Center of the province, demanding the implementation of the reforms launched by the Government recently, and the accountability of corrupt officials and thieves of public money, as well as the abolition of the provincial Council.

Babel also witnessed a demonstration in front of the provincial Council in protest against the deteriorating services, and they stressed the need for judicial reform and the dismissal of the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat Al-Mahmoud, in addition to providing corrupt officials to judicial channels.

And in tens of citizens and civilian activists in Tigris Street downtown architecture demonstration called "Juma both to muzzle and suppress freedoms", calling on the local and federal Governments to improve services.

Experiencing cities weekly protests demanding reform and eradicate corruption, Baghdad is witnessing a demonstration in Tahrir square in the downtown area of the Eastern door to deliver ballots to decision-makers and express their indignation to the conditions of the country.

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