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Dozens demonstrate in front of Green Zone demanding reforms in Baghdad

Archival photo
Archival photo

(IraqiNews.com) Baghdad – Dozens of civilian activists demonstrated on Tuesday in front of the entrance of the Green Zone in the center of the capital Baghdad to demand the implementation of reforms, while accused the members of the House of Representatives of “stealing people’s money” during the past ten years.

The reporter of IraqiNews.com said that “dozens of civilian activists demonstrated, this morning, in front of the entrance of the Green Zone near the Parliament in the center of Baghdad to demand the implementation of government reforms and the fight against corruption.

The reporter added that the demonstrators accused the members of the House of Representatives of “stealing people’s money” over the past ten years, pointing out that the demonstrators criticized the Integrity Commission for “not playing an active role in the fight against corruption.”



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