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Security chief: 80 percent of Basra drugs sourced from Iran

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Security chief: 80 percent of Basra drugs sourced from Iran

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Nov 18, 2018 12:31 pm

Security chief: 80 percent of Basra drugs sourced from Iran

Twilight News

8 hours ago

The head of Basra province police team, Rashid Flaih, on the sources of drugs entering Iraq, demanding the lifting of the penalty on drug traffickers to death.

"I declare it frankly that the drugs that come to Basra, 80 percent of them come from the Iranian side, and 20 percent from the rest of the countries, including Kuwait through the supply of special grain."

"We will work hard to secure these borders through the command of the border and naval force in the province of Basra," he said, pointing to obtaining official approvals to build a large clinic to isolate drug traffickers.

He called on the Basra police chief to tighten sentences against drug traffickers, and call for the imposition of the death penalty for large traders of these materials and not the punitive provisions now, which allowed him to prepare small traders of his and then leave prison.

About a week ago, the provincial police chief announced the launch of a security crackdown targeting drug traffickers in the city, as well as the end of the spread of weapons between tribes.


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