Demonstrators defiant Basra renew demands for the sacking of the Governor and "fairness" their wallets
2015-11-20 20:42:17 |

(Voice of Iraq)-Basra demonstrated dozens of Basra, on Friday, to highlight the previous demands, including the sacking of the Governor and rethink financial allocations to Basra in 2016, budget noted that the protests have created popular leaders are far from "party affiliation".

Coordinating the protests, said Basra, Haidar Abdul Amir, told the (term), "the protesters gathered today outside the Basra Governorate Council, stressed the need to hear demands by stakeholders", stating that "the claimant included a call to sack the Governor of Basra and refer the directors of spoilers in the doaeraldolh to the competent courts".

He called Abdul Amir, to "review the financial allocations in the light of the acknowledged balance 2016 as well as addressing the problem of salinity in the water and environmental pollution", pointing out that "demonstrations will continue and persist despite the lack of preparation until the demands of protesters".

Abdul-Amir noted that "protests have created real popular leaders away from party affiliation", adding "we will stand by them for the purpose of bringing to power in upcoming elections in order to offset the spoilers and enable national management of the country's interests".

Recall that the capital and 10 provinces (Babylon, Karbala, Najaf and Diwaniya, Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Wasit, Maysan, Basra and Diyala) manukian since about three months over poor services and corruption in the Government institutions, the judiciary, resulted in many reforms announced by Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, protesters say the reforms "marginal and unimportant and did not achieve" goals.