Iraq Drafts 'Soft' Security Plan
BAGHDAD [MENL] -- Iraq has drafted what officials termed a soft security
plan that would remove checkpoints and focus on intelligence in the war
against Al Qaida.
Officials said the government of Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki has
approved a plan to improve coordination by the military and security forces,
particularly around major Iraqi cities. They said the security plan would
remove most of the roadblocks in Baghdad and ensure freedom
of movement throughout the city.