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New Iraq PM appeals to the masses but is rejected by protesters

Reuters India Sunday, 2 February 2020
New Prime Minister Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi appealed to downtrodden Iraqis for their support on Saturday hours after his appointment by President Barham Salih, but protesters were already rejecting the head of government as a stooge of the political elite.
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News video: Iraqi protesters reject new PM in marches across the country

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Protesters marched in Baghdad and southern cities in Iraq on Sunday against the appointment of the country's new Prime Minister Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi. Emer McCarthy reports.

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