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Basra demonstrators closed the port of Safwan border with Kuwait

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Basra demonstrators closed the port of Safwan border with Kuwait

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:17 pm

Basra demonstrators closed the port of Safwan border with Kuwait

Sunday 12 August

BAGHDAD ( Reuters) -
Demonstrators in the province of Basra closed Sunday the Safwan border crossing linking Iraq with Kuwait to protest against poor services and the failure of the Iraqi government to implement their demands.

According to informed sources, the demonstrators, dozens of people, raised slogans calling for perpetuation of the momentum of the demonstrations, and denounced the government's failure to respond to their demands and the absence of services they are waiting for, pointing out that the demonstrators went from areas near the port of Safwan towards the land crossing between Iraq and Kuwait and blocked the street, Vehicles to and from Iraq and Kuwait.

She added that "the demonstrators threatened the sit-in unless they receive their demands, especially the file of job creation."

The spark of demonstrations in Iraq from the province of Basra, on the eighth of July last, killed and wounded dozens of demonstrators and security forces after clashes between the two sides.

Following the protests in Basra, demonstrations took place in the central and southern governorates of Iraq, in addition to the capital Baghdad, where these provinces are witnessing continuous movement, while Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi undertakes to implement those demands.


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