Tahrir Square, home to thousands of demonstrators from Baghdad and the provinces to demand reforms

BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - November 20: activists attended a number of provinces in the demonstrations in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, on Friday, where thousands gathered to demand the implementation of reforms and the fight against corruption.

New turn protesters Maysan province, on Friday, demands the eradication of corruption and judicial reform, calling for not gagged, and the arrest of activists, demanding the legislative and executive powers to deal firmly with the files of corruption, revealing the issues involved smuggling currency out of the country.

In Dhi Qar dozens of people of the province have demonstrated Nasiriyah city center to demand that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to "implementation of its promises," debtors attack on activists civilians in Baghdad.

In Basra, dozens participated in a demonstration near the Office of the province, on Friday to demand reforms include the fight against corruption and to investigate the officials who seem to suspect corruption, in addition to the development of the economic situation and improve services.

In Diwaniya Hundreds of people of the province, on Friday, to demand the submission of the leaders of the political blocs "spoilers" to justice, calling for radical change and salvation of the "political class" in Iraq.

The protesters decided to postpone demonstrations Muthanna province two weeks to coincide with the visit of the death of Imam Hussein (AS).