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Najaf: 20 injuries in a demonstration

Category: Iraq News

Date: 2020-07-28T14:25:48+0000
Najaf: 20 injuries in a demonstration

Shafaq News /the Commissioner for Human Rights documented, on Tuesday, 20 protesters were injured in Najaf, due to demonstrations related to poor services and electricity.

The Commissioner said in a statement seen by Shafaq News agency, that "today 20 demonstrators were wounded in Najaf," noting that those "were injured in the demonstrations against poor services and to demand electricity."

The demonstrations in Najaf are, like in other governorate in central and southern Iraq; To protest against the collapse of the electricity service and the low level of supplying the population with it, as well as the bad services and corruption.

Earlier, A number of people were injured, last June, in a fire in a building in Najaf, during a demonstration calling for the removal of the governor and local officials

 

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