Iraqis suffer in political vacuum

Lack of basic services making life much harder for many as new government proves elusive.

    While a political vacuum continues to hold Iraq in its grip, the lives of ordinary citizens are unsurprisingly in limbo.

    Living conditions are worsening by the day in some neighbourhoods in the capital Baghdad, with overflowing sewers, regular power cuts and a shortage of clean drinking water.

    Al Jazeera's Omar Al-Saleh reports from Baghdad on how the lack of basic services is making life much harder for many.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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