Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, believed that the financial crisis experienced by Iraq due to low prices is a big challenge that needs solutions for advancing the potentials, varying the sources of income, and ending the dependence on the single source of income or so-called rentier State, stressing the passage of laws that could get the economy moving and create jobs through the private sector.
This came during His Eminence meeting with Iraq Parliament Speaker Dr. Salim al-Jubouri in the latter\'s house in Baghdad on Saturday October 31, 2015.

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His Eminence discussed with al-Jubouri the victories achieved by the security forces, the popular crowd, and the Iraqi tribes in Baiji and Anbar provinces, stressing their and their families support.

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For his part, he explained that the Parliament has extended its legislative term for the existence of pressing and important factors, and the need to pass laws and follow up important cases as rain repercussions and the general budget.