In Baghdad shut down bars and liquor storesEvents, Sunday, June 10, 2012 12:52:14
Authorities in Baghdad ordered to be closed all night clubs and many shops selling alcohol, fearing that such places undermining "public morals," said Mayor Salah Abdel Razak, said.
He pointed out that no club in Baghdad no license. Special police units have closed 95 unlicensed clubs and 42 liquor stores in early November, after citizens complained about minors who drink alcohol from drinking in public places and inappropriate ads. In recent weeks in Baghdad appeared prostitutes. The measures threaten to stop the revival of the once nightlife after citizens began to enjoy some places are not able to attend because of violence between Shiites and Sunnis after the U.S. invasion in 2003. Night life get a boost in turbulent regime of Saddam Hussein.
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