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PostSubject: Protesters storming an oil field in Basra and Maliki's coalition calls for the mobilization of six ministries   Thu Sep 06, 2018 1:11 am

Protesters storming an oil field in Basra and Maliki's coalition calls for the mobilization of six ministries



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Shafaq News / Media sources and eyewitnesses said on Thursday that protesters "angry" stormed an oil field in western Qurna district in the southernmost province of Basra.

The sources and witnesses said that the people of the district of the city closed in the early hours of the dawn of the day Tower Cluster 2 oil in the West Qurna 2.

The media sources said that hundreds of people took part in demonstrations in the area of ​​5 miles in the street industry, noting that protesters set tires on the street in question.

To demanded the MP for a coalition of state law high Nassif on Thursday alert all state institutions, including ministries of industry and water resources, municipalities, housing, army, police and mass mobilization to help our people in Basra.

Nassif said in a statement quoted by her media office for the twilight news, today: "The Basrien today do not need statements of denunciation and denunciation, nor more promises from government agencies that failed to meet their demands, which are basic rights and the necessities of the permanence of human life. Means that there is a failure in the work of the executive institutions at all levels and joints, "she asks:" How many years should our people in Basra to wait for water, electricity and services? ".

"Those who have the executive decision should be ashamed of themselves after the visual street has exploded. History will curse the vampires who ignored the suffering of the Basrien, underestimated their tragedies and failed to meet their legitimate demands."

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