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British report cites alarming numbers of unemployment and poverty in Iraq Empty British report cites alarming numbers of unemployment and poverty in Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Nov 25, 2019 10:45 pm

British report cites alarming numbers of unemployment and poverty in Iraq

British report cites alarming numbers of unemployment and poverty in Iraq Story_img_5ddb75c2d3bb7

2019/11/25 9:33

A report by the British, the figures are almost frightening to the rates of unemployment and poverty in Iraq.

The Daily Telegraph published a report in its Jordanian correspondent Sarah Williams on the demonstrations in Iraq that have killed dozens in recent weeks.

"The demonstrators have united in their demands after the government failed them. Despite the oil wealth the country has, one in five Iraqi citizens lives below the poverty line, while the youth unemployment rate is 25 percent."

"The police confronted the demonstrators with bullets and lethal force, especially in the capital Baghdad and Nasiriyah, the fourth largest Iraqi city."

Police shot at demonstrators who were blocking the road to the southern port of Umm Qasr, the only seaport on the Gulf, through which most medical and food imports arrive and is an outlet for the country's oil exports.

According to Williams , " The demonstrations began last month expanded and gained considerable momentum, and that" a large segment of Iraqis from different orientations and clerics participating in demonstrations against corruption. "

It adds that , despite the repeated promises made by the government, and its recognition of the right of protesters to express their opinion It announced reforms including the appointment of more civilians in the public sector, the reform of the electoral system, and sweeping changes in ministries and the government sector, and demonstrations continue. ''

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