Two demonstrators are shot dead and the building of Dhi Qar province is burnt in Iraq

 Two demonstrators were shot dead on Wednesday night in the southern Iraqi city of Dhi Qar, raising the death toll to five since the country's protest movement began Tuesday, the US military said. Local administrator.

The director-general of the health department in Dhi Qar Abdul Hussein al-Jabri also injured 16 people, including 11 security forces.

On the other hand, demonstrators stormed the building of Dhi Qar province south of Baghdad and burned it, according to the channel "Iraq" state-owned satellite.

The channel said in an urgent news to her, that angry demonstrators stormed the building of the province of Dhi Qar in the center of the city of Nasiriyah south of Baghdad and burned it completely.

Hundreds of demonstrators also gathered near the building of Diwaniya province in the south of the country, while other demonstrators are trying to storm the building of the province of Wasit neighboring.

In the face of its first public exam since its formation a year ago, the Iraqi government accused "aggressors" and "mendes" of "deliberately causing casualties among demonstrators."

On Wednesday, riot police again used live bullets to disperse hundreds of demonstrators who demanded accountability for corrupt people and the fight against unemployment, leading to the refusal to remove a popular military commander.

War-weary Iraq has suffered chronic power outages and drinking water for years and ranks 12th on the list of the world's most corrupt countries, according to Transparency International.

According to official reports, since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003, about $ 450 billion in public funds have disappeared, four times the state budget, and more than double Iraq's gross domestic product.

 

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