Hakim: Reform needs to make the laws do not hobbled editor

Head of the Iraqi Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim stressed the need for legislation of laws for government reforms.

A statement by the presidency of the Supreme Council of the Wise received "in his office in Baghdad on Wednesday, a representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubis and discussed with him playing the United Nations the largest in Iraq in the field of subsidy displaced people and alleviate their suffering and to contribute to the success of the International Conference for ages liberated areas for the role."

The al-Hakim, according to the statement "the importance of the national reconciliation project and go towards the historical basis of what we give to Iraq before that what you give him the question of Iraq, expressing his confidence to go beyond the current Iraq ordeal stronger than before the settlement."
And reforms between Hakim file that "reform needs to be the renaissance of everyone and all of its" adding that "the reform needs to pass laws that make reform an editor does not handcuffed or is not compatible with the law and the Constitution provided that the reform radically and serious, comprehensive and balanced."