Only a few months after a unsuccessful “independence referendum” which saw the Iraqi supervision reassert its control over the Kurdish areas, the KRG is doing what surprises positively no one who is informed with the conditions on the belligerent – it is rising a large crackdown on protests and dissent.
As al-Masdar News reports,
Heavy protests against the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) in Iraqi Kurdistan have entered their fourth uninterrupted day, as hundreds of protesters have clashed with confidence units all over the region.1
The demonstrations, demanding the abdication of notoriously corrupt politicians in the Kurdish informal administration, have been met with extreme assault by KRG forces, ensuing in several casualties on Tuesday. Extra reinforces were deployed to the city of Suleymaniyah on Wednesday to moment down on the protests. Over 20 officers of KRG domestic party and a city gymnasium have been set fervent according to reports.
The protests pennyless out on Monday, out of disappointment with the fast decrease of simple services in the region, all-pervasive crime in the informal supervision and the miss of income remuneration for open service workers, with some teachers and hospital workers angry they haven’t been scrupulously paid in years.
It should be approaching that any supervision formed on ethnicity will shortly start enormous down on whatever residents brave to complain against systemic hardship and corruption. In this instance, Iraqi “Kurdistan” is simply behaving in a identical demeanour to its Zionist ally, Israel.
For its part, the Iraqi supervision is warning the KRG that it will continue to mount idly by and watch the assault escalate.
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