Babylon demonstrators defiant call for disclosure of the names of spoilers
Babylon demonstrators defiant call for disclosure of the names of spoilers and the dimensions of the file mappings for "political quotas" 2015-11-20 22:23:17 |
(Voice of Iraq) – new Babylon Babil province, demonstrators defiant Friday, former Governor dismissed claims of Babylon and detect corrupt files, and called for the appointment of Directors dimensions in governmental institutions of "political quotas", demanded jobs for young graduates.
Civil rights activist, said Hussein Majeed Al-yasiri told (range), "hundreds of demonstrators in Babil province, renewed their demands in peaceful launched their demonstration today of ghalibiya overhead intersection revolution toward building the central city of Hilla, Babil", b "the sacking of the Governor of Babylon and detect corrupt files and transmit the spoilers of the judiciary".
He called Al-yasiri, the integrity of Babylon and judicial departments in the province to expedite impartial investigation with those involved in corruption cases ", pointing to" claim their salaries months late popular crowd and creating enough jobs for graduates and young people in the province ".
He warned Al-yasiri, the Babil Province Council of "adopting procrastination and stalling on paper (goodwill), submitted by the Organizing Committee of the provincial Council to discuss with the protesters about the demands called for her throughout the previous collection", noting "the need to set the file dimensions managers abhorrent political quotas".
For its part, noted civil rights activist, a beautiful table, that "our demonstration today witnessed the participation of children in the province on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the International Convention on the rights of the child", "the Federal Government by" the care and relief of children orphaned, displaced and provide all essential needs ".
Recall that the capital and 10 provinces (Babylon, Karbala, Najaf and Diwaniya, Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Wasit, Maysan, Basra and Diyala) witnessing mass demonstrations for more than a month over poor services and corruption in the Government institutions, the judiciary, resulted in many reforms announced by Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi.