Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, chairman of Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, urged Iraqi tribes to assume their responsibilities to achieve civil peace and prepare for the post-ISIS, discussing means of restoring normal life, and stressing on the importance of distinguishing the true reformers from those who take reformations as a slogan to achieve personal interests, urging the society to distinguish between the good and the bad in everything.\r\n
This took place in the Baghdad dewan of the elders, figures and chiefs of Iraqi tribes, at his office in Baghdad Saturday, 27.08. 2016.\r\n
His Eminence indicated that civil peace requires bold steps, pointing to the necessity to evoke the Iraqi achievements in countering ISIS and prove the size of opposition to the Iraqi people and its new experience, stressing that the Iraqi people had been subjected to the ugliest forms of targeting, yet it was able to absorb the shocks and stood proud deriving its strength from the strong characters of its sons, noting that the democracy experience has a levy, stressing that the last confrontation with ISIS would be Mosul and we will eliminate him militarily.\r\n
His Eminence stressed the importance of the upcoming elections and the introduction of new faces, stressing on passing a new election law that commensurate with the nature of the parliamentary system that is formed on the basis of parliamentary blocs, reiterating his call to combine the two upcoming electoral practices on one day in order to decrease the expenses and political controversy that precedes and follows each electoral process, stressing that reducing the members of the provincial councils for being service councils, and reduce the members of the Iraqi House of Representatives in accordance with a specific percentage of representation.\r\n
In respect of tribal aspects, his eminence called to stop resorting to excessive force during tribal conflicts, and control gunfire during occasions, his eminence emphasized the importance of reducing the extravagance in funerals to relieve the burden of impoverished people.