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Post by GirlBye on Tue Jul 17, 2018 5:06 pm

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Iraq protests: Demonstrators blame ‘bad government, bad roads, bad weather, bad people’ Iraq-oil-protest





The people want an end to the parties,” chanted protesters, adapting a famous slogan of the Arab Spring, as they stormed the governor’s office and the international airport in the Shia holy city of Najaf.


Part of the wave of demonstrations sweeping across central and southern Iraq, they demanded jobs, electricity, water and an end to the mass theft of Iraq’s oil wealth by the political parties.


Beginning on 8 July, the protests are the biggest and most prolonged in a country where anti-government action has usually taken the form of armed insurgency.


The demonstrations are taking place in the heartlands of the Shia majority, reflecting their outrage at living on top of some of the world’s largest oilfields, but seeing their families barely survive in squalor and poverty.


The protests began in Basra, Iraq’s third largest city which is at the centre of 70 per cent of its oil production. A hand-written placard held up by one demonstrator neatly expresses popular frustration. 


It read:


“2,500,000 barrels daily
Price of each barrel = $70
2,500,000 x $70 = zero !!
Sorry Pythagoras, we are in Basra”


The protests quickly spread to eight other provinces, including Najaf, Kerbala, Nasariya and Amara.



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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/iraq-protests-bad-government-roads-weather-people-haider-abadi-sadr-oil-a8451736.html
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Post by Terbo56 on Tue Jul 17, 2018 7:46 pm

This is all Maliki's fault, because if he wasn't so selfish with his own ideals and muscled his army to destroy things, and was pissed because he didn't get his way to be prime minister again, Iraq wouldn't have the problems they've had, if they'd just get rid of Maliki, a lot of their problems would be over and done with- Now, Abadi has his work cut out for him, and to start by getting rid of 'M' by executing him, and with any luck, now that 'M' has lost his immunity, it is a very good possibility he will be taken care of- Twisted Evil
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Post by Jayzze on Tue Jul 17, 2018 8:13 pm

exactly iran and m. when is someone going to get some big ones and solve the broblem?kill the head of the snake and the cockaroaches run away
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