The rule of law: secure Baghdad belt regions politically disabled

Baghdad Journal News

Vice President of the Baghdad Provincial Council, "Atwan Atwani," Sunday, said the suspension of work in the political fence Baghdad and link those areas with the western provinces helped the growth of terrorist cells.

He Atwani told the Journal News that "secure Baghdad packages is very difficult for the security forces, especially given that some parties calling for a fence to stop work Baghdad and isolated from the other provinces."

He noted that "those areas linked with the western regions and the large area and topography helped in the growth of terrorist cells are difficult to secure troop control, especially that Iraq fighting a war with Daesh in several axes."

He called Atwani to "secure those areas through the construction of earth mounds and rivers put surveillance cameras."

Experiencing the capital, security breaches, officials attributed to the absence of control over the Baghdad belt areas.