Iraqi PM vows to launch probe into protesters' storming of parliament

BAGHDAD, May 5 (KUNA) — Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi announced Thursday that an investigation would be conducted on protesters’ storming of the parliament this week and legal actions would be taken to bring perpetrators to justice.
There will also be changes in the security apparatus line-up, Al-Abadi told the local media, pointing out a number of plans to protect Iraqi constitutional institutions and prevent reoccurrence of such incidents.
The Iraqi Premier also reiterated his government’s pledge to carry out preemptive measures to prevent actions that violate citizens’ rights and security, warning against misusing of the right to protest to drag the country into chaos. (end)

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