A hot summer in Iraq.. Electricity crisis increases street congestion and demonstrations denouncing those responsible for political assassinations to
be held accountable and demanding the reduction of their impunity.
July 2021 witnessed demonstrations in a number of cities of Iraq, and pictured the waiting for the ruling political class benefit the citizens and meet the demands of the youth is like waiting for rain in summer.
Coming from areas inside the capital city and the other governorates, thousands of people flocked to Tahrir Square in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, to demonstrate demanding to hold those responsible for the assassination of activists and media professionals accountable, and condemning the "failure of the state to protect them" and considered this demonstration as an extension of the demonstrations held in October 2019 against corruption and the deteriorating economic conditions.
General description of what happened during the half/end of the month (July 2021)
Thousands of people took part in several demonstrations denouncing the "failure of the state to protect them." It is considered an extension of the demonstrations held in October 2019 against corruption and the deterioration of economic conditions. A number of demonstrations in a number of the governorates of Iraq erupted demanding to put an end to the impunity of those responsible for political assassinations. Users of social networking sites published pictures and calls for others to join the demonstrations hoping to bring about change in Iraq, in addition to the deterioration of basic services and electricity, and others condemning unemployment.