The politics that happened in Sri Lanka is also seen happening in Iraq. People have captured the president building in Iraq. After that, it is time to impose curfew in Baghdad, the capital of Iraq. Sri Lanka witnessed a political earthquake two months ago after a major financial crisis. In Sri Lanka, thousands of protesters occupied the president building in Colombo. Now, the question has been raised that exactly what is causing the same in Iraq. Muqtada al-Sadr, an influential Shia Muslim cleric in Iraq, announced his retirement from politics. After that, there was an uproar in Iraq. People took to the streets. Strong agitations and demonstrations were held. At this time there was a fierce fight between the supporters and opposition of Muqtada Al Sadr. Some people even lost their lives in this violent clash.
People attacked the Republican Palace in Baghdad. People have taken over this palace. People are claiming the things in this palace as if it is their own right. The dhoodsus worn by people in this palace, its photos and videos are now going viral on social media. A few weeks ago, the exact same picture was seen in Colombo. The Sri Lankan people strongly demanded the removal of the President of Sri Lanka, Gotabaya Rajapaksa. At that time, there was a huge outburst of public anger in Sri Lanka.