Hakim: Daash dramatically dropped and the fight against corruption must start from the top of the pyramid

Publishing Date: Sat, 08 Aug two thousand and fifteen 5:19:44 p.m.

The president of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, Saturday, that the organization of "Daash" began to lose its bases in Iraq and gradually fallen sharply, while stressing that the fight against corruption must start from the "top of the pyramid," down to the base.

He said al-Hakim's office in a statement seen by agency news today, "The President of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim received, today, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Iraq Jean-Juergen Pippen," noting that "the two sides discussed a number of topics related to economic and political aspect", stressing Hakim , according to the statement, that "Daash terrorist gangs began to gradually lose its bases in Iraq and they have fallen dramatically following the strikes which have guided the sons of our armed forces and the popular crowd and the sons of the tribes and the Peshmerga."

He pointed to the "identity of views about the threat posed by terrorist gangs Daash to international peace and security, as well as the need for a political means as well as military and security solution."

He explained that "the subject of national reconciliation must go two-lane, laws and the application of the government program legislation", stressing that "the fight against corruption should start from the top down to the base of the pyramid."

For his part, expressed Pippen for "the Government of his country's readiness to provide assistance in the development of the agricultural sector in Iraq depending on the Dutch experience and expertise in this area."

The supreme religious authority called, on Friday (August 7, 2015), Abadi to be more "daring and courage" in his steps reform, and beatings with an iron fist anyone who "tampering" people's money, and asking him not to hesitate to charge is not appropriate and that the shift was "supported ".

He announced the Information Office of Ebadi, on Saturday, that the Council of Ministers held an extraordinary meeting tomorrow to consider the guidance and reference demands of the demonstrators.