The entrance to the Green Zone, which opened for citizens to cross the cars through the area without stopping after 12 years of closure Bugehm Imaging (Mahmoud Raouf)
Dozens demonstrate in front of the Green Zone and demanding reform and accountability spoilers
Author: AB, BS, MJM Editor: AB, BS
11/24/2015 11:37 Long-Presse / Baghdad
Dozens of civilian activists, on Tuesday, in front of the entrance to the Green Zone, the center of the capital, Baghdad, to demand the implementation of reforms and the fight against corrupt, and with accused members of the House of Representatives to “steal people’s money” during the past ten years, criticized the Integrity Commission for not playing an active role in the fight against corruption .
A reporter (range Press), said that dozens of civilians activists demonstrated, this morning, in front of the entrance to the Green Zone near the parliament, the center of Baghdad, to demand the implementation of government reforms and the fight against corruption.
The reporter, said that the demonstrators accused the members of the House of Representatives to “steal people’s money” Over the past ten years, pointing out that the demonstrators criticized the Integrity Commission for “not play an active role in the fight against corruption and to hold the corrupt”.
Dozens of activists flocked, on Tuesday, to protest in front of the entrance to the Green Zone in central Baghdad, to demand the implementation of reforms and the fight against corruption.
Dozens of activists demonstrated in Baghdad, last Tuesday (October 201 517), to protest against the arrest of a number of their colleagues, and demanded their release, and while underlining that security forces beat them, pointed out that such acts will not prevent them from continuing to demonstrate.
The capital Baghdad and 10 Iraqi provinces are (Babylon, Karbala, Najaf, Diwaniyah and Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Wasit, Maysan, Basra and Diyala) is witnessing massive demonstrations since more than a month to condemn the poor services and corruption in government institutions and the judiciary, resulting in many of the reforms announced by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.