NINEWA/ Aswat al-Iraq: Mosul demonstrators expressed their dissatisfaction of the work of UN representative to Iraq Martin Kobler due to his "non-neutrality in dealing with their case".
Demonstrators'' spokesman Ghanim al-Abid told Aswat al-Iraq that the demands of the protestors to Mr.
Kobler did not receive any attention and he was un-neutral in dealing with their issue, because he was supporting the Iraqi government.
He added that Kobler did not take a humane stand on the atrocities committed against the demonstrators.
Kobler's visit is the second for the provinces that witness demonstrations denouncing Premier Nouri al-Maliki's government.
Since 22 December 2012, Anbar province witnessed massive demonstrations and sit-in, in addition to Ninewa, Salahal-Din, Diala, Kirkuk and Baghdad demanding the release of innocent detainees and prisoners, while others called for toppling Maliki's government.Mosul, center of the province, lies 405 km north of the capital, Baghdad.