[size=36]We will pursue troublemakers inside and outside Iraq[/size]
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Major General Abdul Karim Khalaf , spokesman for Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, on Monday, that there is no closure of the Green Zone, while noting that he will be prosecuted instigators of sedition and hatred inside and outside Iraq.
Khalaf said at a press conference attended by "Mawazine News" that "the arrests are made only in accordance with judicial orders, juveniles who have been arrested, will be investigated and will be referred to juvenile courts if they are found guilty of criminal acts."
He added that "elements belonging to deviant religious groups have targeted the Directorate of Intelligence and the police in Basra, the same that attacked the central bank building more than 50 times."
He continued: "We will pursue the troublemakers of hatred inside and outside Iraq, we have made requests to Interpol against some Iraqis and foreigners who incited violence."
He pointed out, "The Green Zone is not closed and opened from the side of Rusafa depends on the opening of the bridge of the Republic, which is controlled by the demonstrators," noting that "the Liberation Bridge was opened today."
Khalaf said that "the vast majority of demonstrators have nothing to do with acts of sabotage and arson and we call on them to remain in the squares to support the government in carrying out reforms."
Regarding foreign calls for early elections in Iraq, Khalaf said that "the solutions will be 100 percent Iraqi for the current crisis in the country and we reject any foreign interference."