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Baghdad / Mohammad Sabah
description, a senior official in al-Anbar, on Tuesday, a meeting of the provincial council Maliki as "a successful and free of pleasantries."
revealed responsible for accepting Maliki granting Anbar 85 billion dinars in addition to strengthening the province's police 2500 a new element, as well as agreeing to the dismissal of the police chief and the commander of the Directorate of the fight against terrorism, referring to the prime minister pledged to reduce the powers of the commander of the desert and inventory activity on the border.
said that the delegation Anbar agreed with al-Maliki to set a deadline of 35 days to implement the package demands, and make changes to the security within 10 days, otherwise the delegation will abstain from visit Baghdad again.
to the accused leader in the yard of a sit-Anbar, the Maliki government of "lack of seriousness", stressing that the meeting "does not mean the protesters" because it touched on the issues of service and did not pose demands of the demonstrators.
was Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki met Monday the governor and members of the provincial council in Anbar . Maliki has vowed to approve the construction of an airport and oil refinery in addition to strengthening the security configurations of the people of the province.
said Saleh al-Issawi, deputy head of the provincial council in Anbar, "The meeting, which brought together government Anbar local with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, two days before it was fruitful and successful and free of pleasantries but has discuss all the files seriously, "stressing that" the meeting discussed all the files of service, security and marginalization suffered by Anbar in a lot of things. "
added al-Issawi, told the "term", that "al-Maliki agreed to the request made to him by the provincial council to dismiss Anbar police chief, as well as agreeing to accept the adaptation of the security services, as well as exchange 84 billion dinars, and sent a letter to the Ministry of Finance for disbursement of the province to build service projects and the construction of dams. "
The Vice President of the Anbar Provincial Council that "al-Maliki also agreed to exchange billion dinars for the purchase of pumps to drain rain water immediately, as well as the release of 67 detainees, "stressing that" all these requests approved by al-Maliki and marginalized by signing personal and issued an order to implement immediately. "
and noted a member of the delegation negotiating Anbar province, said that "al-Maliki agreed to set nearly 2,500 thousand element of a new security in Anbar and instructed the Interior Ministry to implement these requests, "adding that" the provincial council request to be sacked and set security leaders in his hand and had this thing with the approval of al-Maliki, too, "persisting as" down to the wishes of the provincial council has sacked director of counter-terrorism Fallujah Sam Alkrgi and will be assigned one of the leaders by the provincial council in a matter of days. "
With regard to the operations of the island and the desert, Issawi said that "the operations commander of the island is accused of many of the security breaches and violations of human rights and abuses on citizens," saying they were "told Maliki that he was reluctant to bit addressing for that, "he added," but our determination that this dismissal of her commander made Maliki agrees to reduce the powers of the commander of the island that only limits its liability only to the border between Iraq and Syria, and that is to withdraw troops from other areas. "
the official stressed in Anbar Provincial Council that "during the next ten days will be withdrawn operations of the island and the desert cities and limiting their presence at the border," warning "not to come to Baghdad again if there is no application of these demands that carry signatures and margins al-Maliki."
revealed Saleh al-Issawi that "Anbar provincial council gave a specified period of 35 days for the application of these demands and to the contrary we will have another opinion," adding that "there is a committee of the Prime Minister's Office with the governor of Anbar to monitor the implementation of these requests in this period."
With regard to the fate of the squares sit In Anbar province, said deputy head of the provincial council that "Maliki is starting to talk about the sit-ins and student termination peacefully without bloodshed," he said, adding that "al-Maliki told us that the arenas sit-ins take advantage of some of the groups for the car bombings that exploded recently in Baghdad and some nearby provinces . "
and pointed out that "the Council of Anbar province Turning to the demands of the protestors, including the amendment of the law to combat terrorism, accountability, justice and the release of detainees," saying that "al-Maliki expressed his desire to amend these laws even promised us support the rule of law if we introduce these amendments in Parliament."
and saw Saleh al-Issawi that "al-Maliki wants to implement all the demands of the provincial council because in front of a parliamentary election and does not want fought in the presence of such problems," stressing that "the world opinion has become a matter of Prime Minister dramatically."
and about the leaks that have talked about an altercation during a meeting Maliki, the members of the Anbar province, denied al-Issawi that explaining by saying, "What happened is that al-Maliki briefed the delegation on the messages reached his Profile of some politicians suggesting that the Anbar province, and its board have become are currently run from the houses, which some called to intervene and correct this information."
For his part, He stressed that to Suhaib al-Rawi, a member of the Anbar delegation to meet with al-Maliki, said the delegation "presented the demands of a group of owners and waits for its full implementation." He explained that "the most important of these demands is the sacking of the police chief of Anbar and increase the number of security services and the construction of a refinery in the province and the financial allocations and approve the release of detainees."
Commenting on the results of the meeting, said Abdul-Razzaq al-Shammari, relations official in the popular movement in Anbar, "The Square sit-authorized, two months ago, the governor of Anbar to open a channel for dialogue with the government in order to implement all our demands, "adding that" Maliki's meeting with the local government does not concern us. "
Shammari said, "long", saying that "the meeting touched on the service projects were not allocated to discuss arenas sit-ins, "asserting that" sit-ins going on and will not stop nor can any party or person stop us or stop us. "
and believed that "the government has no seriousness in solution or implementation of our demands that we went for it."
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