Demonstrators protested against the deteriorating living conditions in the country. Monday evening, and stormed the headquarters of the Kurdish parties in the town of Kifri in the Garmian region, and they were set on fire.
During the attempt by the security authorities in the Kurdistan region to end the demonstrations, this resulted in the severe injury of a 17-year-old demonstrator named "Ako Salman", who lost his life later from his wounds.
This is the second demonstrator to lose his life during the protests sweeping the country, as before this evening a 16-year-old boy lost his life during the protests in the city of Chamchamal.
The demonstrators are currently gathering around the headquarters of the KDP and the Change Movement.
In the same context, a demonstration took place in the city of Sharazur, Sulaymaniyah Governorate, this evening, and the demonstration started from the city’s market center, and the demonstrators closed the city roads by setting fire to tires.
During these demonstrations, one demonstrator was injured, after the security authorities opened fire on the protesters.
In this context, Kamal Ahmed, a spokesman for the Martyr Raouf Bey Hospital in the city of Sharazur, told Rojnews that a 27-year-old man named Saman Hussein had arrived at the hospital's ambulance department. Pointing out that "the young man was shot in the leg, and was transferred to Sulaymaniyah Hospital after performing first aid to him."