Sadr calls for women to participate went on hunger strike in protest against corrupti
Sadr calls for women to participate went on hunger strike in protest against corruption
The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, Iraqi women to participate went on hunger strike in protest against corruption.
Sadr responded to a question to him about the role of women in his call for a strike, "stank Mklvat strike but not necessarily have to be in mosques and public places but can be installed inside homes and workplaces, Iraq is in need of Jhodgkn."
It was al-Sadr, called last Friday, "staff strike all, except for the security services, for official work on Sunday and Monday Almassadwin 4 and 5 September [two] -ahtdjaja on financial corruption and Aladari- and stay in front of their constituencies to walk only emergency and sensitive things from outside the circle with the possible, as well as places are excluded exams, and thus proves that the demand for reform within the government, as is the popular demand from outside the government. "