Great protest in Iraq, people screaming both Iran and the US



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Great protest in Iraq, people screaming both Iran and the US



THOUSANDS of Iraqi anti-government protesters have screamed Iran and the United States, whose recent attacks in Iraq have brought the country to the brink of chaos, restarting a protest movement that has been overshadowed by Iran-US tensions.

In Tahrir Square in Baghdad and in several cities in southern Iraq, thousands gathered gathered shouting “No to Iran!”, “No to America” ​​at the biggest rallies in recent weeks, AFP reports.



In recent days, calls have been multiplied on social networks to restart the social movement on January 10 last October 1.

Clashes broke out between protesters and law enforcement forces in Kerbala on Friday night and several activists were arrested in Basra, AFP reports.

For more than three months, Iraqis have been criticizing their leaders for accusing them of “incompetence and theft” in the world's 12th most corrupt country, according to Transparency International.

The ruling has been failing to agree on the appointment of Deputy Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi for weeks.

The roughly quelled protests in October killed about 460 people, most of them protesters, and more than 25,000 were wounded. A large campaign of intimidation, murder and kidnapping of activists has thinned their ranks.

As the eyes of the whole world point to Iraq, where Washington and Tehran compete, outraged Iraqis are trying to take control of the situation.

Great protest in Iraq, people screaming both Iran and the US

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