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The Ministerial Council issues 4 directives to control security

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The Ministerial Council issues 4 directives to control security Empty The Ministerial Council issues 4 directives to control security

Post by rocky Mon 17 Jan 2022, 7:25 am

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Today, Monday, the Ministerial Council for National Security issued several directives to limit the targeting that occurred during the past days, while it will reconsider the security leaders.
This came while the Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, chaired an emergency meeting of the Ministerial Council for National Security, in which the security situation in the capital, Baghdad, was discussed during the past hours.
The Ministerial Council affirmed that the terrorist operations that the capital witnessed in the past hours aim to destabilize security and societal peace, and strict measures will be taken and security plans developed that would put an end to such sabotage acts that threaten public security in the country, and the security leaders who witnessed their pieces will be reconsidered. Security violations, and there will be accountability for those proven to be negligent in performing their security duties.
The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces directed all security leaders to ensure that their security plans and procedures are appropriate to the situation in the country, and that their tasks are not limited to reacting to the event after its occurrence.
Al-Kazemi instructed the redistribution of work spaces for the security and intelligence services, and Mr. Al-Kazemi stressed the need to activate the intelligence effort, and that his role be essential in security confrontations, and in the pursuit of terrorist groups and crime gangs.
At the conclusion of the meeting, the Ministerial Council for National Security issued several security directives that would control security in the capital, Baghdad, and the rest of Iraq's cities, as follows:
1- Emphasizing the previous directives regarding motorcycles by preventing them from being carried by more than one person, as well as restricting their movement in the street from 6 pm until 6 am.
2- Restricting the movement of government vehicles and preventing them from leaving after official working hours, except with a worksheet.
3- Setting financial rewards for citizens for reporting any suspicious item.
4- Requiring all shop owners to place surveillance cameras in their workplaces.
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