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Dhi Qar demonstrators block three main bridges

Category: Iraq News

Date: 2021-04-11T07:27:04+0000
Dhi Qar demonstrators block three main bridges

Shafaq News/ Eyewitnesses in Dhi Qar reported today, Sunday, that infuriated demonstrators blockaded three main bridges in the governorate, while others staged a picket at the gates of the Dhi Qar oil company.

The Eyewitnesses told Shafaq News Agency, "dozens of graduates and wage-workers in Nasiriyah Municipality blocked al-Zayton, al-Nasr, and al-Hadarat bridges to demand jobs in the oil company and executing decree 315 provisions for the Municipality's employees."

The blockades caused huge traffic congestion in the governorate, and employees had a hard time arriving at their work, according to the Eyewitnesses.

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