Iraq protests: New nomination for prime minister due on Monday

Violent protests sparked by lack of opportunities grip Iraq as demonstrators take to streets demanding political change.

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    Iraq's president has until the end of Monday to nominate a new prime minister.

    Adel Abdul Mahdi stepped down after more than 400 people died during weeks of anti-government protests.

    Despite his resignation, demonstrators are still demanding an overhaul of the political system.

     

    Al Jazeera's Dorsa Jabbari reports from Baghdad, Iraq.


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