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The government and its security forces have failed to plan for the withdrawal of heavy and medium weapons from tribes in southern Iraq, after what Omhiltha 10 days to be delivered, while again resorted to attempts to earn the elders of the clans for control of the weapon.
A leader in the province of Najaf police, Haider al-Shibli, on Thursday, in a press statement followed / balances News /, "The government, in coordination with the security leaders in the provinces of southern Iraq, had drawn up a plan for the withdrawal of heavy weapons from the clans of the southern provinces, and identified only 10 days to deliver those weapons, "noting that" the tribes refused to hand over their weapons, after the expiry of the deadline. "
Shibli said that "the government has not been able to withdraw weapons by force from those provinces, for fear of popular discontent and use that from some quarters, as it may raise security crises," noting that "the leadership of the police and other security agencies had not received any orders from the government to the implementation of inspections and withdraw weapons from the clans. "
The government is seeking, for a long time, to the control of weapons at the tribes of Iraq, which caused a large clan fighting claimed the lives of large numbers of citizens.
For his part, he confirmed member of the families of the Council of the South, Sheikh Mahmoud al-Lami, that "the government is currently seeking to dialogue with the tribal elders, and the need to persuade them to hand over the arms of the state."
Al-Lami said in an interview I followed / balances News /, "The government has sent Interior Minister Qassim al-Araji, a few days ago, the province of Najaf, to coordinate with the elders of the clans and open cooperation with them, to persuade them to hand over weapons," noting that "al-Araji, held a meeting with elders clans and discuss with them about the seriousness of the presence of weapons in the southern provinces and their negative impact on the peaceful co-existence, and the need to deliver the state to take advantage of them in the fight against Daesh. "
He pointed out that "al-Araji, presented to the clan elders of joint cooperation, in this context, and that is to keep the pieces of the arms of each House and Senate, too," stressing that "some senators refused to cooperate with him and some of them refused, on the grounds that the government is unable to provide adequate protection tribes. "
Kinani said, "The government's handling of weapons file outside the framework of the state, treated unprofessionally," noting that "these files from your important files and can not be tolerated with either hand, since the weapon can not survive outside the framework of the state."
He pointed out that "the decisions of the government must be firm in this framework, and we must disarm the clans in order to preserve civil peace."
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi parliament is seeking to adopt a law on the possession of arms, the law allows each person to retain Baktotai light weapon inside his house, which raised criticism of observers Omnyen.anthy 29 / tc n
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