Camp at Iraq Parliament

Supporters of the powerful Iraqi Shia leader Muqtada al-Sadr have set up tents 

After the elections in October did not lead to the formation of a government, supporters of al-Sadr forced their way...

“The demonstrators announce a sit-in until further notice,” al-Sadr’s movement said in a brief statement to journalists...

Even though there have been a lot of talks between different groups, Iraq still doesn’t have a new government nearly 10 months...

Since Saddam Hussein was overthrown by an invasion led by the United States in 2003, it has been hard to put... 

Supporters of al-Sadr, who once led a militia against the US and Iraqi government forces, oppose a rival, pro-Iran Shia bloc’s pick...

Sattar al-Aliawi, a civil servant who is 47 years old, was one of the protesters. He said, “We don’t want Mr. al-Sudani.”

He told the AFP news agency he was protesting against “a corrupt and incapable government” and would “sleep here” in the gardens...