At least 104 people have been killed and more than 6,000 wounded in less than a week of unrest in Iraq, Interior Ministry spokesman Major General Saad Maan said on Sunday in a news conference broadcast on state television.
Maan said eight members of the security forces were among those killed and 51 public buildings and eight political party headquarters had been torched by protesters.
The spokesman added that no Iraqi government forces fired directly at protesters during protests.
He also said that authorities condemned all attacks against media outlets, after reports of raids at the offices of several local and international news outlets by unidentified groups.
On Saturday, Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi announced a series of reforms in response to protesters’ demands, including allowing low-income residents to apply for residential land, will be enforced.