On Wednesday, October 9, 2019, the Federal Ministry of Communications announced that the Internet service will work in Iraq only from 8 am to 3 pm to facilitate the work of government departments during working hours.
The ministry said in a statement, followed by PUKmedia: The Internet will work in Iraq from 8 am to 3 pm daily, on working days to facilitate work in government departments, explaining that this will be with the continued ban on all social networking sites in Iraq.
The interruption of the Internet since the first day in the demonstrations and the wave of protests in various provinces of Iraq and the capital Baghdad on the first of this month, as a government measure to reduce the intensity of rumors and false news that are transmitted on social networking sites.
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