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Post by claud39 on Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:41 am


A demonstration in Basra to demand reforms, services and jobs

Friday, January 11,

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A demonstration was launched near the Diwan of the province of Basra, on Friday, demanded the participants to carry out reforms and improve public services and provide job opportunities for the unemployed. 

A reporter for Alsumaria News, in Basra that dozens demonstrated near the Office of the province in the area of ​​Maqal to demand reforms and improve services and the economic situation and provide job opportunities for the unemployed and accounting for corrupt, noting that strict measures imposed by security forces at the site of the demonstration to protect demonstrators and prevent the occurrence of riots.

It is noteworthy that Basra witnessed during the past weeks renewed protests in conjunction with the occurrence of tensions and political differences, and the most demonstrations took place near the Office of the province, and some included burning tires and car parts of the streets.

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