Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, who heads the current ruling bloc, calls on the opposition to help him introduce a motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi.
The Iraqi government enacts a curfew in Baghdad as renewed protests enters its fourth day.
Several universities and schools shut down as many students join the protests across Iraq. Thousands continue to participate in spite of the violent crackdowns from the previous days.
Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi orders the elite Counter-Terrorism Service to quell the protests in the capital Baghdad and the southern city of Nasiriya.
Fifteen more people are killed in clashes between security forces and protestors in Iraq, raising the overall death toll to 222 since protests began this month.
At least 40 people are killed and over 1,700 wounded when security forces violently clamp down on anti-government protestors in Iraq.
On the third day of protests in Iraq, the death toll reaches 100. The government imposes near-total internet blackout.
At least five people are killed in a second day of spontaneous protests against unemployment, government corruption and lack of basic services in Iraq. Police say they have "lost control" of the city of Nassiriya after exchanging gunfire with protesters. Curfews are imposed on the Iraqi cities of Baghdad, Nassiriya, Amarah and Hillah.