Declared Anbar province, Monday, the start of the Iraqi army to withdraw from the cities as a prelude to gradually hand over the reins of the provincial police, was described as a member of the provincial council move to "political victory".
A spokesman of the Al Anbar Mo Hantoush, "The Iraqi army, since the day Sunday, the withdrawal of military forces and his pieces from different parts of Ramadi," noting that "the process will be implemented gradually over the seven days and not all at once."
Hantoush added that "the army withdrew from the area of the stadium largest neighborhoods of Ramadi, as well as other neighborhoods," asserting that "withdrawal is in the urban centers in Ramadi and Fallujah and elsewhere, and pave the way for Iraqi police forces took responsibility for security in it."
For his part, said a member of the Council of Anbar Mazhar Hassan Al Mulla, that "the police force capable of maintaining security as achieved in previous years," adding that it "currently possess weapons and modern equipment enough to not to request assistance from the army."
Al Mulla said that "the situation in Anbar does not require the presence of the army and we have four regiments ready emergency," noting that "police forces managed during 2007 and 2008 to adjust the security before the army that resides in the province."
He Mullah that "the essence of success became a full Ministry of the Interior of the police force all its different forms is ready to provide security for citizens," stressing that "the security challenges in Anbar does not rise to the request for assistance from the Iraqi army, which would be limited to its role in special cases which rule out the occurrence."
A member of the Council of Anbar army out of the province of "political victory," saying that "This step comes in implementation of the Iraqi constitution, the army is not a party to any problem taking place in Anbar, but the problem with the commander of operations to maintain Lt. Gen. Abdul-Aziz al-Obeidi, who failed in the management of the security file He traveled in danger. "
The Council of Anbar province, charged, on 29 May last, leading the province of breaking the law and constitution of Iraq over the raid homes without warrants and the arrest of the officers and tribal leaders who fought Al-Qaeda and the launch of the killers and criminals, calling on them to hand over file police to the province and out of city centers, as noted that the Iraqi parliament will discuss those differences.
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