Sadr looms again to withdraw from the political process and called on Iraqis to wait for the "next steps"

Thursday February 18, 2016 13:04

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
waved Sadrist leader Sayyed Moqtada al-Sadr on Thursday to withdraw from the political process again, and in what was considered the "political technocrat" government back to the "circle of corruption, partisanship and sectarianism," called on the Iraqi people to wait for "the next steps." Sadr said in a replying to a question raised by the follow-up committee "of the reform project" on a technocrat government, called by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and seen by Alsumaria News, "the government of independent technocrats fair far from rampant corruption was inevitable, a popular demand of my people," adding that the "The government of political technocrats return to the circle of corruption and partisanship and sectarianism, and this is not acceptable to the reference Bow but not people."

He said al-Sadr, that "if it were not the actions of true, we will step up from our demands and Sneptad from the corridors of politics we are all from the dead for us nothing," adding that "the political process in a sorry state we can not go out like this." He concluded chest saying, " people Vlintzer subsequent our pace of reform that would be as acceptable to God and acceptable to the conscience and the people. " the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr called for in the (February 13, 2016) to the formation of a government of technocrats and vote on the military leaders in the parliament and the reform of the judiciary, saying that the reform project, which was announced agreed with the opinion of the religious authority and hopes of the people, and with the exception of non-implementation of the project a "betrayal" of Iraq's items, threatened to withdraw from the political process in the event of non-implementation of items.