Iraqi authorities reopen streets after calmness

BAGHDAD, Baghdad and all other Iraqi governorates witnessed a state of sudden calmness after the bloody demonstrations that led the death of over 100 people.

Iraqi authorities have reopened the streets leading to the heavily fortified green zone, after closing it for security reasons, according to Iraqi official Television station.

Street traffic seemed normal, local business owners reopened their stores and governmental bodies resumed work regularly.

The Iraqi authorities have re-allowed the use of Internet after blocking it in the second day of protests.

President of Iraq Barham Salih have demanded on Monday to launch a legal investigation over the killing of demonstrators and security forces members, and he also ordered ministerial amendments and to fulfill the demands of protesters.

Source: Kuwait News Agency