The National Investment Commission confirmed that it will never allow the security of citizens and residential complexes to be compromised.
A statement by the commission received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), stated that "the National Investment Commission confirms its persistence in providing the best services and development opportunities to the Iraqi public, and thus it performs its national duty and its commitment to the Iraqi economy and development in our dear country, except that a stray group of those who find themselves In the chaos and deviation from the path of law, he makes bankrupt attempts from time to time to disturb security and obstruct the proper and legal path within which successful residential complexes operate, including the Bismayah city complex.”
He added, "These failed attempts are wearing the guise of clans, and our honorable clans are innocent of them, and they follow the threatening methods that our security forces have previously proven that they will never tolerate them, and some weak souls have already been arrested to receive their punishment before the justice of the judiciary. He did not preach and try to repeat these abuses in the name of clan demands."
The statement indicated that "the National Investment Authority, and with it the security forces, as authorized by law, will never allow the security of citizens and residential complexes to be compromised, and it has taken a number of measures with the responsible security leaders and the relevant intelligence services to ensure the comfort and safety of all our dear citizens, and their security in their homes and properties, and they were pursued." Who committed this abusive act and was arrested by our heroic security forces."
He continued, "Deterring these perverts is a social duty that we all have to confront, just as it is the duty of our security forces and they are carrying out it, and they follow day and night the security of residential complexes and citizens' properties, and the abusers will only receive a bad consequence and legal retribution for what they have committed."
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