Iraqi Prime Minister decides to provide job opportunities for the unemployed to face the demonstrations
Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abbadi has decided to launch job grades to accommodate the unemployed according to a fair system away from patronage and patronage.
Al-Sudairy News reported that the decision came after Al-Abbadi met a number of tribal sheikhs to discuss the demonstrations in a number of Iraqi cities. The Iraqi Prime Minister also issued a decision to expand and accelerate the investment prospects for construction in the housing, schools and services sectors.
This comes as the channel (Sky News) news that elements of the Badr Brigades armed Iraqi fired at the demonstrators.
In several areas in southern Iraq there were scattered demonstrations, in which dozens of people participated. Some of them were particularly violent in the city of Basra, where demonstrators attacked the headquarters of the Badr organization and tried to burn it, leading to clashes with security forces. At least three demonstrators were injured. According to a security source, and announced the security authorities in the province of Basra imposed a curfew from 10 pm to 7 am. Source