Latest Updates on Iraq’s Protests
Latest news from Iraq protests and statistics of casualties
– Iraq Army 19th Division entered Diwaniyah Province.
– The Dhi Qar governor’s guesthouse was set on fire by unknown people.
– Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi meets with security forces commanders at the Union Police headquarters.
– The Human Rights Committee has reported the deaths of 63 people in recent days. Also 2592 of demonstrators were injured.
– Arresting 3 people for burning citizens’ homes and damaging public and state property.
– Iraqi Supreme Judicial Council: Life imprisonment or even execution is pending if it is proven that individuals incite people to provoke civil war or launch armed riots.
– The presence of a number of Iraqi protesters on front of the Consulate of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Karbala.
– Blocking the Jumhuriya Bridge in Baghdad to block protesters from entering the al-Khazra area.
– Extension of curfew in the provinces of Karbala, Diwaniyah, Maysan, Babil, Basra, Wasit, Al-Muthanna and Dhi Qar.
– Failure to convene the parliament due to the absence of representatives. The parliament building is in Khazra district where protesters are trying to enter.
– The funeral of the martyr Wissam al-Aliyawi was held with presence of Qais Khazali, leader of Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq group and Hadi Al-Amiri.
Wissam al-Aliyawi was assassinated in the ambulance yesterday while he was wounded.