[Does “removal of restrictions” mean going to float, market supply and demand?]
Policies related to foreign currency and the removal of restrictions on foreign currencies means moving to a floating dinar. At present there are essentially no policies related to foreign currencies because the dinar is not tradable with foreign currencies.
Thus until now they have had no need for policies related to them. However, with the movement to a float and international recognition of the dinar those policies will have to be put in place.
More to the point, the IMF is saying that when they do move into the world market with the dinar they do not want any restrictions placed on conversions from one currency to another. In other words, they are calling for a free float.