Maysan protesters demanding the dissolution of the local government and the implementation of the reform Abadi

2016-02-26 18:30:23 | (Voice of Iraq) - Maysan

Dozens of Maysan province, Friday, in front of the government building the city of Amarah center, to demand the dissolution of the local government, as they renewed their call to end corruption and implement real reforms, demanded that Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi providing "resign" in the event of failure to implement reforms.

He said civil rights activist, and one of the participants in the demonstration, Imad Kanani, in an interview with (long - Presse), said that "dozens of demonstrators came out of the Tigris Street near the Zahrawi hospital, towards the government complex in the province , " adding that " the demonstration represented all shades of society Almisana ".

Kanani said that " the demands of the demonstrators were stationed on the implementation of the reforms launched by Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, to modify the political process in the country , " noting that " the demonstrators demanded Abadi resign in the event of failure to implement any of the reforms."

Kanani said that " the demonstrators also demanded the resignation of the local government for not submitting anything that meets the ambitious Almisana citizen," adding , "also demanded the opening of investment projects in the province , which marred a lot of uncertainty file."

He said civil rights activist said "We call on the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, a scholarship for students launch , " and urged " the need to eliminate corruption and to the corrupt to justice."

The capital Baghdad and 10 Iraqi provinces are (Babil, Karbala, Najaf and Diwaniya, Muthanna , Dhi Qar, Wasit, Maysan, Basra and Diyala) is witnessing massive demonstrations since August 2015 to condemn the poor services and corruption in government institutions and the judiciary, resulting in many of the reforms announced by Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, while protesters say that these reforms "marginal and unimportant and did not check" their goals.