In Maysan, Baghdad street closed for years for reasons of security and services for the movement of the wheels, opens today in the context of local Government to reopen markets and main streets across the province.
Says Brigadier Tariq moften Ali, Deputy Police Commander of MESAN: "became the street currently full flow, ask our almisani to be strike hands toward terrorism even misses an opportunity to enemies".
Adds the duway, Governor of Maysan: "during this period there was a plan by the Supreme Security Committee and by the Executive Directorate of the security police in Maysan and other security devices by opening a number of streets".
Citizens in the province considered the last step opening the street due to damage caused during the past period especially for business owners.
Citizen says: "We hope from the province and the provincial Council as well as Government into Maysan province opened a number of closed streets into Maysan province".
The decision to open a Baghdad street and other streets comes in line with the reforms it called for local and central Governments to implement the demands of the protesters.