Deputy for Law: The Government expected the occurrence of such attacks since Iraq began to put himself on the right track

3/21/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
BAGHDAD - Where The MP said the coalition of state law Salman Mohsin al-Moussawi said the government expected to prevent attacks such as attacks on Tuesday that Iraq has begun to put himself on the right track after the summit. Al-Moussawi said in a statement to all of Iraq [where] today that "Iraq's progress and return to incubator of Arab States is not in the interest of hostile forces to Iraq, noting that "the government predicted the occurrence of such attacks." He said, "These attacks will not affect the Arab Summit next week." He al-Moussawi said we had previously asked the security agencies to be more accuracy and effectiveness in controlling the security file, noting that "there is a lack of intelligence." The provinces of Babil, Salahuddin, Diyala and Baghdad, Anbar, Ninewa, Kirkuk, Karbala had been on Tuesday to car bombs, improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded dozens of citizens and the elements of security. scheduled holding the Arab summit in Baghdad next week [on Thursday March 29] and preceded by meetings of the Ministers of Economy and Foreign Arabs on Tuesday and Wednesday next.

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