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Post by RamblerNash on Sat Jul 21, 2018 7:07 pm

US report: solutions and options run out in front of Abadi and ambiguity surrounding the role of Sadr

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The Washington Post published Saturday a topic entitled "Protests in Iraq are escalating ... why?" Highlighting the protests that spread across the southern provinces of Iraq, unprecedented incidents of storming provincial capitals, and the offices of political parties and militias being attacked and burned.

The political elite that dominated the post-2003 regime legitimized its rule by demanding representation and promotion of the interests of this previously marginalized circle.

However, in recent elections, these provinces recorded the least turnout, and while the demonstrators attacked the offices of the most powerful militias in Iraq, there were reports of gunmen from the militias opened fire on the demonstrators.

The rhetoric emanating from these groups has been disturbing, and the prospect of escalating protests and violence between protesters, state security forces and heavily armed militias looms.

The explosion of protests in the south is not surprising. In the past year, there have been more than 260 separate protest events in various areas, some of them repeated in a certain area, others widespread and sometimes involving thousands of protesters .

From November 2017 to April, for example, there were angry demonstrations opposed to the prime minister's reforms in the electricity sector, which she viewed as a privatization plan to raise costs.

In June, it observed record levels of violence and protest activity throughout the south. There was almost one demonstration every day, often linked to key factors, including failure to provide electricity, especially during extreme summer temperatures. At the beginning of July, The problem worsened further when Iran cut off electricity supplies to Iraq, leaving shortages for many Iraqis only a few hours of electricity supplies.

The newspaper noted that the history of the political class of false promises on reform is large, so their statements designed to satisfy the protesters lack credibility, but there are no quick solutions available to Prime Minister Haider Abadi, nearly 60% of the population under the age of twenty-fifth, In Iraq is not equipped equipped to work, however, the budget of the sector has been reduced in recent years due to low oil prices.

Meanwhile, many protesters demand jobs in the energy sector, where only 4 percent of the Iraqi workforce works. Protesters have targeted foreign workers, but many lack the skills needed to play any key roles.

Oil companies are unwilling to hire and train local people. They consider the Basrawis to be troublesome and want to avoid them as much as possible.

The options open to Abbadi are rapidly running out, and the grievances that drive these protests require deep-seated challenges to Iraq's social, economic and political systems.

There is still uncertainty about the role of Muqtada al-Sadr, the popular Shiite cleric, the only major political actor who has the motivation and the means to give the demonstrations broader political organization, yet he has been cautious so far. He has expressed his support for the demonstrators without asking his supporters to join the demonstrations. This has changed, Iraq will be in a more serious predicament.

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/b1f6f71e-7799-48d6-8307-43f01cffcfe9
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Post by Jayzze on Sat Jul 21, 2018 7:28 pm

since the politicians do not the balls to arrest m It looks like the protesters if they keep protesting this could lead to arrest him and possibly turn Iraq around
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Post by GypZ on Sat Jul 21, 2018 7:31 pm

The protest is not only about Mailiki ......They want their electric .water,jobs ect  ect.
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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Jul 22, 2018 1:03 am

@GypZ wrote:The protest is not only about Mailiki ......They want their electric .water,jobs ect  ect.
Yep! The protests are mostly about ALL the corruption, not just Maliki.

Money has lined quite a few officials/politicians pockets and some are now going to trial and getting prison sentences.

Money that could of been used to strengthen their infrastructure.
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