Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Iraqi National Alliance, counted that youth - the majority Iraq population - having political work approach are an important portal for political reform, stressing the need to practice politics with high professionalism and to be carried out by professional political parties and political powers .

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This took place in the Baghdad Dewan for Youth elites and leaderships at his eminence Baghdad office Saturday, 17.09.2016.

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His Eminence stressed Iraq\'s need for an administrative revolution that would eliminate red tape, bureaucracy, the multiplicity of laws and outdated laws, pointing to the importance of laws compatibility with scientific evolutions and leaps taking place specially in management science.

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Chairman of the Iraqi National Alliance, stated the youthfulness of Iraqi society and illustrated data show a great opportunity and a great challenge, which requires a reform strategy that enables youths to play roles commensurate with their size and their position in society, calling for a youth state that makes a title for the Iraqi youth society.

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Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakim reiterated his call to resolve the issues of proxy-management open competence to fill positions for everyone away from the cronyism and partisanship making efficiency as the criterion for selection, calling to reduced candidacy age and reduce the number of provincial seats in the Iraqi House of Representatives, stressing the importance of developing school curriculums and adopting specialties that the Iraqi society needs, as well as emphasis on patriotism among youth, respect diversity of Iraqi society and the consolidation of societal values.

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Chairman of the Iraqi National Alliance indicated the importance of learning from the harsh Iraqi situation as a result of its rentier economy that is associated with a commodity that it\'s price is determined by global policy circles, urging on community economic empowerment by enabling the society from performing economic events and activation of industry and agriculture, as well as attention to the upcoming security challenge, which is the demise of Daesh at military levels with the presence of security threat that requires the activation of intelligence effort and the presence of leaders able to achieve a historic settlement without seeing thier own interests.