MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki demanding Abadi send extra security forces to Basra and the
MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki demanding Abadi send extra security forces to Basra and the declaration of a state of emergency
2015-12-30 00:47:04 | (Voice of Iraq) - Statement
Called on the Member of Parliament for the province of Basra MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki, Wednesday, to declare a state of emergency in the province after the big security deterioration which, demanding the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi to intervene immediately and in person and supervise directly to send extra security forces to grab the reins In which.
Maliki said in a press statement by his press office, said that "Basra suffer during this period of a senior security degradation and conflict between some views known hidden and the other with qualifying physical opponents, is creating a kind of chaos within the province as the number of victims as a result of those conflicts to more than 40 registered only victim not to mention the cases of kidnapping and tribal clashes in several areas, including which increased insult to injury. "
He added that "Basra is the economic lifeline of the country and Iraq's budget depends including representing more than 80% of its imports, and any security breakdown or dominance of views is the federal government on the capabilities let us go in a downward spiral burns green Bagliabs has a direct impact on each country's economic and security not to mention the material damage and human which will inflict the governorate which is originally suffer from difficult situations. "
Maliki reiterated "the need to give the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces importance of maximum development of the security to maintain and work to send additional security forces to control the situation and end the state of chaos and horror felt by its citizens with the announcement of a state of emergency until the return of security fully before it's too late and out to maintain control of the State."
Information Office of the Deputy for a coalition of state law
Sheikh Abdul Salam al-Maliki