The right to work is one of the civil rights stipulated in the Iraqi constitution, and claiming it is a legitimate right for any citizen, but it is unfortunate that young peaceful demonstrators of both genders, graduates of engineering faculties, demanding job opportunities for them in front of the North Oil Company in Kirkuk Governorate, confronted them with severe beatings. And cold water by the security forces.
Therefore, NIHR organization expresses its concern, considering this a clear violation of human rights, and calls on government agencies to meet the legitimate demands of the demonstrators, and not to use violence against them by law enforcement agencies. Our organization also recommends that young demonstrators adhere to peaceful demonstrations and not trespass on the public property of the state.




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