Azerbaijan, Baku, July 22/ Trend, A. Taghiyeva/
The leader of the Iraqi political movement "As-Sadri" Mukhtada As-Sadr called on Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki to resign due to his inability to fight against growing cases of violence and acts of terrorism in the country, "Al-Jazeera" TV channel reported on Monday.
As-Sadr made the appeal after armed attacks were committed against two prisons in Baghdad, the capital of Iraq recently. As a result of the attacks, 3 people died and 15 prisoners were injured. .
It was also reported that, as a result of attacks, nearly 1,000 prisoners managed to escape.
As-Sadr called Iraqis to stage an upheaval against Al-Maliki and his government due to his inability to stop terrorism in Iraq, which ends hundreds of lives each month.