Chest: the previous government brought people to the abyss of non-implementation of our project reformist betrayal of Iraq

Author: HH
Editor: HH

13/2/2016 10:54

Long-Presse / Najaf
Confirmed the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, said on Saturday that the reform project unleashed today, "the opinion of the religious authority and hopes of the people agree", he promised not to implement a "betrayal" of Iraq, as threatened to "withdraw from the political process and to retire from politics in the event of non-implementation of its provisions." , he pointed out that the previous government brought people to the "abyss."

Muqtada al-Sadr said in a televised speech followed up, (range Press), "The reform project agrees opinion reference and hopes of the people," Thanks in advance for "participating in its drafting."

He expressed hope that al-Sadr "is supporting this project by the honorable Iraqis, national and owners efficiency of civil institutions and other without regard to the writer, stressing that" Iraq needs to stand together. "

Promised chest, that "the lack of implementation of these items are a betrayal of Iraq and its people, especially since the bulk of the points which are in accordance with the applicable legal regulations," adding that it "would be a non-implementation of disappointing items to our hopes and the hopes of the poor and oppressed people of Iraq, and therefore will be our withdrawal from the political process but the policy as a whole is what you should, "stressing at the same time, he was" not disappointed with lax about reform. "

Sadr stressed that "the people being slaughtered at the hands of politicians," stressing that "some of them have sold the nation for dollars and a handful of positions."

He accused al-Sadr, "the previous government to deliver people to the abyss," and urged to "activate the role of the judiciary and the prosecutor, and purge the judiciary of the notorious".

The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr launched on Saturday (13th February 2016), a project of reform in the country includes four files, while calling for the formation of a government of technocrats, "far from the ruling party and partisanship," headed by current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and "a political team that includes politically independent, nationally and judge known Lakeadath, "and as he emphasized the need to nominate the names of heads of independent bodies and the leaders of military teams and army Chief of Staff to approved by the House of Representatives, threatened to" no confidence "from the Government Abadi, in the event of non-implementation of the project within 45 days.

The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, revealed on Monday, (February 8, 2016), is ready to launch a project for reform "soon", and extended his gratitude to the religious authority "for objecting to the deterioration of services and security situation and political reforms timid," and in what was described its position as "the brave ", he called on the government to" work hard for reform and stop the corruption. "