Protesters Wasit renew their demands for reform of the judiciary and the fight against corrupt

2016-01-08
| (Voice of Iraq) - Wasit Dozens of people of Wasit province, on Friday, to renew their demands for reform of the judiciary and the fight against the corrupt and the achievement of social justice and the establishment of a civil state, while stressed that the demonstrations will continue until the achievement of demands. He said one of the participants in the demonstration Kazem al-Quraishi in an interview (range Press), said that "this event is an extension of previous demonstrations demanding reforms, the most important reform of the judiciary and the fight against the corrupt and the achievement of social justice and the establishment of a civil state." Quraishi said that "despite the obvious procrastination by the government to the demands of the demonstrators and the lack of seriousness in achieving such claim is the most important reform of the judiciary and the disclosure of thieves of public money and hold them accountable, we will stay pretend every week until the achievement of our legitimate demands. "For his part, one of the participants in the demonstration Alaa Hussein Baaj said in an interview with the (long-Presse), that" the demands of the participants in the demonstration, many but more importantly, the reform of the judiciary and investigation social justice, especially with Atalotb and reduce the big differences between the owners of the higher grades and junior staff also call for the establishment of a civil state governed by law and the Constitution. "Baaj He explained that" the government spoke of reforms became worthless situation remains as it is where the judiciary has not the right turn in Accounting corrupt and corrupt are involved in the theft and looting of money out of fear or account. "It is noteworthy that the Iraqi capital Baghdad and 10 Iraqi provinces are (Babylon, Karbala, Najaf, Diwaniyah and Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Wasit, Maysan, Basra and Diyala) is witnessing massive demonstrations in nearly five months to condemn the poor services and corruption in government institutions and the judiciary , resulting in many of the reforms announced by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, while demonstrators say that this marginal and unimportant reforms did not achieve their goals.

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