Khatib Kufa calls for politicians to stand up "seriously" with al-Sadr program 2/19
Khatib Kufa calls for politicians to stand up "seriously" with al-Sadr program
Political Since 02/19/2016 14:10 (Baghdad time)
BAGHDAD - balances News
Called preacher of the mosque of Kufa Ali Nomani, on Friday, the political parties because not be a "stumbling block" in the way of the aspirations of the people, while telling her to "stand seriously" with the reform program launched by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, described the government of "quotas" current to "sterile The clinically dead. "
Said Nomani in the Friday prayers held at the Kufa mosque in Najaf, and attended by Alsumaria News, "We call on parties in power and politicians not to be a stumbling block in the way of the hopes of the Iraqi people and their aspirations," explaining that "the reforms launched by Moqtada al-Sadr as a national project purely beyond partisan and factional is purely an Iraqi project is not the only one concession to the Iraqi people in all its sects and colors, which is no different in the right to see one of the sons of the people as well as the reference fair and national forces which needs to be supported by the people. "
He said Nomani, "we draw our message to those who did not still nationally breached the political process that stands supervisor position with his people by taking into consideration the reform program launched by al-Sadr and to deal with it seriously," adding that "the political process in its current form after years of theft, betrayal and corruption became sterile and will not give birth to the Iraqis is the tragedies and the loss of rights that people have not seen from politicians is to take care of their interests. "
And the Friday sermon of Kufa, that "the Government of the quota system has received a mandate to carry out reforms to save the country and people from the presence of the reference and the leadership of the rib line but they failed and missed a precious opportunity and this is evidence of sterility and death clinically," pointing out that "the current stage requires inevitably reformist project saves what is left for Iraq from energy development to be a springboard Nhiuya to bypass security and economic and service crises that have burdened the people. " Ended 29/42 g