Shafaq News / Informed sources said on Sunday, that protesters flocked to the sit-in squares and closed several departments and universities in a number of southern provinces in Iraq.
The sources said to Shafaq News that " Najaf governorate witnessed the continued flow of demonstrators to Sadr Square, with the closure of the education, municipal, water and sewage departments and the governorate building, as well as the closure of Thawra al-Eshreen Bridge by the security services in the direction to the old city of Najaf."
The sources added, "In Diwaniya, the demonstrators continued to arrive at al-Saaha square, coinciding with stop of official working hours in the governorate departments, by a decision of the governor to mourn the lives of the of al-Sinak and al-Khalani victims."
They added that "Dhi Qar governorate witnessed the continued flow of demonstrators to Al-Haboubi Square, in conjunction with the stop of official working hours in the provinces, amid security stability in the province."
The sources pointed out that "Al-Muthanna governorate witnessed a stop in official working hours in the governorate departments by order of the governor, except for service departments and hospitals, with demonstrators present in al-Ehtefalat square, and the demonstrators were present in the Education Square in Maysan governorate amid security stability witnessed by the province."
The sources added, "The demonstrators were present in Falkat Al-Tarbiya area in Karbala Governorate, while protesters blocked the road to the employees of Al-Khairat Power Station in Karbala and prevented the entry and exit of employees, in addition to closing Karbala University and preventing entry to it.