Abadi: Elections will be held on constitutional date

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said yesterday that "postponement of whether or not an Iraqi decision will not be controlled by others," stressing that "there is no fear, and who can remove the hand of governance is the people only."
"No one can change the constitutional timing and the elections will be held on time," Abadi said at his weekly press conference and his follow-up. He expressed astonishment at the statements calling for the formation of an emergency government.
The Prime Minister said that the bombings in the capital Baghdad as "a result of intelligence imbalance," stressing that the government is working to develop a "radical plan" on joint controls.
"The breach in Baghdad can not be considered as a breakdown as much as an intelligence problem," Abbadi said. "We are working on a radical plan on joint controls."

The prime minister added that "terrorism will not be able to us except in the presence of the incubators, and terrorism wants to achieve a victory media and psychological." "When terrorists target innocent people in Baghdad, some try to discourage morale and morale on the front lines." Regarding the liberation operations of Nineveh, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces explained that "we have succeeded in besieging terrorism and controlling its movement. We will not keep any terrorists and we are serious about pursuing them." He called on the political blocs to "commit themselves to national unity and fight terrorism."
"A plan has been drawn up under the supervision of the commander-in-chief of the armed forces and in coordination with the popular crowd to secure the Iraqi-Syrian border," Abadi said.