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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Iraqi National Security Adviser Muwaffaq al-Rubay'i told the London-based Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper in an interview published on 27 Jun that the new government had drawn up "a detailed plan with political, security, economic, and social dimensions", with a view to enforcing a state of emergency, reinstating the death penalty and confronting terrorists. Prime Minister Allawi will present the new blueprint on 1 July after the return of sovereignty. "Among its features is that storming operations will differ from what they were before," Al-Rubay'i said. The following is the text of the "telephone" interview with Al-Rubay'i "from his office in Baghdad" by Mu'add Fayyad in London; date not given, entitled "Iraqi national security adviser: the plan to confront terrorists will not violate freedoms", published by London-based newspaper Al-Sharq al-Awsat on 27 June; subheads inserted editorially:
[Fayyad] With the imminent return of sovereignty to Iraqis, what security plans have you laid down to confront terrorist activities, which reached their peak last Thursday?
[Al-Rubay'i] We have a detailed plan with political, security, economic and social dimensions. Prime Minister Dr Iyad Allawi …