Iraqi citizens deserve stable governance and security
With regard to your story Thirteen protesters killed in southern Iraq as
turmoil intensifies (November 24): the coverage of the turmoil in the oil-rich nation of Iraq has been extensive. The number of protesters killed has increased.
The attack by the security forces is not justifiable and the Human Rights Commission has a moral and official responsibility to investigate the matter.
It is high time that a stable government is appointed in the country and the people given an assurance of good governance.
The basic needs of the people must be met.
But we will have to wait and see whether Iraq’s future takes a good turn or whether these atrocities continue much longer. K Ragavan, Bengaluru