Pressure The Iraqi Government To Resign

Pressure The Iraqi Government To Resign

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Hernan Sami started this petition to United Nations

The Iraqi Government Has Been Destorying Iraq For Way To Long. It’s time to fight for the rights of the Iraqi People. The Iraqi People have countlessly called on the Iraqi Government for a better system but it was to no avail. The people in Iraq are tired of this government and need real change.

 

when Iraqis went out into the streets to protest  for a better Iraq, they were met with extreme violence and brutality from the government. The government of Iraq has failed to protect its sovereignty first, countlessly letting Iranian militias into Iraq, even though they pillage, steal, and kill the Iraqi People. The government of Iraq has failed to provide a future for millions of youth, letting people down even though they have the best of education and diplomas. The Iraqi Employment rate dropped as low as 28.2% in 2018, which shows that barely any Iraqi’s have the opportunity to secure a future for themselves. The Iraqi Government has failed at protecting its citizens from poverty with the Iraqi Poverty Rate reaching 18.9 percent. That means that just over 7.5 million people earn less that 77,000 Iraqi Dinars Per Month, which is the equivalent to $64.50 USD.The Iraqi Government has failed at protecting its citizens, with many women and children being beaten and tortured by criminals or militia members, however nothing is ever done about these cases. The Iraqi Government has failed at countering corruption with police officers accepting bribes to politicians who steal over $100 Billion from the central bank and don’t even have to face trial. It’s clear that if we don’t act now then things will only get worse for the people of Iraq and eventually the nation will collapse. WE MUST ACT NOW BEFORE ITS TOO LATE, WE MUST MAKE OUR VOICES HEARD BY EVERYONE

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