Sarhang Hamasaeed on the Anniversary of Iraq’s Protests

October 22, 2020 00:11:07
Sarhang Hamasaeed on the Anniversary of Iraq’s Protests
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Sarhang Hamasaeed on the Anniversary of Iraq’s Protests

Oct 22 2020 | 00:11:07

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Show Notes

A year after Iraqis took to the street, USIP’s Sarhang Hamasaeed says, “The spirits of the protest remain strong,” but that reforms undertaken so far don’t match the scale of the crises facing Iraq: “Those things have not changed daily lives … so the frustration of the people continues.”

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