Collisions in Baghdad, there are wounded

In the capital of Iraq, Baghdad has collisions between security forces and supporters of parties who disagree with the results of universal elections held in October. More than two dozen people were injured, JPOST reports

It is noted that this is the first serious clash between government forces and supporters of political parties, most of which support Iran, since these groups have lost dozens of places in parliament after voting.

Police applied tear gas and combat cartridges when dozens of protesters began to throw stones and tried to move to the fortified green zone of Baghdad, where

Government buildings and foreign embassies are located.