Karbala protesters demanding a change of the Supreme Judicial Council and interrogate
Karbala protesters demanding a change of the Supreme Judicial Council and interrogate Turaihi
2016-02-26 19:12:33 | (Voice of Iraq) - Karbala
Dozens of residents of the province of Karbala on Friday, calling for reform of the judiciary and changing the boss, while demanding open question the governor Aqeel Turaihi file, called for activating the role of the prosecutor.
He co - ordinating head of Karbala Vduan weighted in an interview with (long - Presse), said that "dozens of people of the province, they went out at noon today, a demonstration of Imam Hussein Street, toward the government complex downtown to emphasize our demands , we raised during the last demonstrations for reform of the judiciary and changing the head of the Judicial Council Top Medhat al - Mahmoud. "
Weighted and added that " the protesters demanded to activate the role of the prosecutor to enable it to perform its role in the opening of financial and administrative corruption in all state institutions files , " noting that "local demands is the reopening of the interrogation of Karbala governor Akil Turaihi file and resolve the investment in the province and Remodel according to the integrity and efficiency standards He revealed members of the local government for their financial interests. "
For his part demonstrator Samer Hassan said in an interview with (long - Presse) that "Abadi today at a crossroads , especially as the demands and movement joined the Sadrist movement , a strong participant in the political process and moved our demands from the street to the political scenes , " stressing that "the al - Abadi to choose people and that goes for change and reform , and that is not subject to political pressures and agendas which have not made the country better. "
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.