Protesters demanding the provision to eliminate Mahmoud al-Abadi and describe the ref


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[Image: 21870.jpg?width=400&height=300&crop=auto...da1,wmada2]Architecture demonstration Friday September 4, 2015 Maysan protesters demanding the provision to eliminate Mahmoud al-Abadi and describe the reforms as a “slower than the course of the turtle”
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04/09/2015 18:26
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Long-Presse / Maysan

Thousands of civilians and citizens activists, Friday, in front of Missan governorate building to demand the submission of the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat al-Mahmoud to eliminate the “charge” to cover up the corruption cases, as also called for activating the principle Where did you get this and make the corrupt government departments managers to eliminate, and described the reforms Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as a “slower than the course of the turtle.”

He said civil rights activist Naim al-Kaabi said in an interview to the (long-Presse) that “thousands of demonstrators gathered, this evening, in front of the province of Maysan building center architecture waving banners calling for a civil state and to the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat al-Mahmoud to eliminate because it sneaky a lot of their politicians files.”

Al-Kaabi said that “the demonstrators also demanded the provision of services of water and electricity and provide spoilers from government departments, administrative units to directors of the judiciary.”

And between Kaabi that “demonstrations also calling for activating the committees as well as the integrity and the principle of activating Where did you get this,” al-Abadi, describing the reforms as a “slower than the course of the turtle.”

Saw Maysan province with a number of central and southern governorates of demonstrations to demand reforms and change local governments, while the raised central and local demands for the elimination of administrative and financial corruption.

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