Muqtada al-Sadr calls for Iraqi politicians to sign the (ethics)
On: Sun 12/11/2011 14:54

A spokesman Sayyed Muqtada al-Sadr's call by His Eminence to all Iraqi parties to sign a "code of honor and national" to build a new Iraq after the withdrawal of U.S. forces. Salah al-Obeidi said in a statement distributed by the office of Mr. Sadr in Najaf, told reporters that "al-Sadr calls on all Iraqi parties, the political, social, tribal and secular, to sign a code of ethics and a new page will be a national of Iraq after the withdrawal of occupation forces." He explained that "This Charter calls for dialogue and Altasalm and compatibility to building the new Iraq." He added that the Sayyed al-Sadr will announce the details of this Charter and those who will be invited to in a press conference soon. "He said al-Obeidi said that" the paragraphs of this Charter are for discussion and dialogue with all parties to reach a common vision in order to sign and abide by the Charter."It will be figures from the Sadrist movement The Liberal cluster (of the Sadrist movement) in the Office of Najaf to meet with the parties concerned to deliver the details of this Charter, and according to my servants. was unable to Iraqi politicians to reach an agreement to deal with many things including naming the Ministers of Interior and Defense, despite the formation of the current government about a year ago. As Iraq suffers from crises caused by political conflicts internal and external, led to the instability of the country's security, economic, political, and lack of treatments for many problems. After eight years of military presence in it, U.S. forces are currently