Head of the National Iraqi Alliance, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, warned of the post-Daesh phase and the possibility of enemy activity after ending its visible military presence at which enemy will resort to carry out terrorist attacks, stressing on that & keeping the blood of citizens is more important and critical than the screams of sectarians here and there& calling to show dedication and devotion in order to provide services during this extraordinary difficult circumstances.

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Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim during chairing a meeting of the National Iraqi Alliance delegation with members of the local government in the province of Muthanna, Sunday, 19/3/2017, stated “ On behalf of leaders of the National Iraqi Alliance, I have the honor to meet you, and I express my felicitation marking this blessed day on the anniversary of the birth of honorable Zahra al-Batool (peace be upon her) that is hailed as the Iraqi women day, from Muthanna and with you, we salute the Iraqi women in all levels, and with all their great achievements and contributions, as well I congratulate you for the victories achieved by the armed forces on the battlefield as we are in the final pages of this battle and to achieve a brilliant victory on Daesh\'s terrorism” noting that sons of Muthanna had a big key role in the battlefields through their participation in the army, police and the popular mobilization forces.

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His eminence added “ the visit of the National Iraqi Alliance was conducted to express their respect and appreciation and reverence for the sons of this province and to record all these potentials and roles in the past, present, and that will continue for the future, and we are under the joy of victory we are yet cautious and are in to prepare for the post-victory phase, the presence of the enemy still a phase full of challenges, and after the victory we have to face other challenges and new portals that will include personal desires and motivations, and that the unseen enemy is more dangerous than the apparent enemy that had united us, and we have to prepare for the post-liberation phase and that needs more understanding between the political and societal powers and withstand our wounds, and open a new page”

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His eminence indicated “ we listened to a comprehensive vision provided by the Governor and the chairman of the Council that expressed size of pain experienced by Muthanna province under the financial scarcity and the preoccupation with war and the harsh drop in oil prices that affected the budgets required for service” stressing the need to activate potentials available to serve the people of the province, because delays in services provision with the presence of political conflicts greatly raises the reproach of people, noting that citizens want politicians to unite and stand together, noting that “the leadership of the National Iraqi Alliance has worked on six months to form specialized commissions and committees and had held regular meetings in order to develop a vision to unite them and this is reflected on the performance of local governments”.

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The head of the National Iraqi Alliance affirmed that “service delivery through difficult circumstances is credited for the men of the stage who provide services with less money and under financial scarcity” noting that delivery of services under financial scarcity needs a high level of dedication, sincerity and ability to give, mentioning the need to observe a clear strategy to exit the financial scarcity, especially that oil prices will not rise soon and the crisis will continue for years.

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Head of the National Iraqi Alliance, stressed the importance of Samawah desert, explaining “ The desert have millions of arable acres as well as it is perched on a large lake of underground water that is suitable for drinking and agriculture, and so it is possible for the province to become a food basket for Iraq and the region, if the province is able to invite investment companies for land reclamation to exploit groundwater considering that the province has the largest reserve in the region.

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Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim continued “Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has the enthusiasm, the willingness and eagerness to resolve the concerns of the people, and the National Iraqi Alliance is constantly looking for solutions to problems, and as we have stated in previous provincial we reiterate it here the National Iraqi Alliance do not promise accomplishment, and is not an executive side, we promise to follow-up through the specialized committees in the National Iraqi Alliance”.

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Indicating that the previous meetings of the National Iraqi Alliance delegation in three provinces produced the ministers meeting with the provinces’ officials and made important decisions in its favor, and we will strive to deliver your demands and to gather the ministers with you under the tent of the National Iraqi Alliance to solve the problems that are possible to resolve.

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noting that the transfer of powers is an opportunity at the same time a challenge, it is a chance to give the provinces wide scope of powers, but the challenge is that the ministries were providing services through accumulated experience and according to guidelines in which the provinces should follow these guidelines with the help of ministries.

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Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim stated “Security is a red line and is not to be compromised, security must be established and then explanations to other that there is no other motive or interests is to be provided, and that our motivations are to achieve security for our people, and a single drop of blood shed in a terrorist car bombing is more precious than any cry of a sectarian or politician here or there that accuse the security forces of something, and strict security measures is our responsibility”

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Warning from provoking tribes with each other, praising the tribes of Muthanna and the role of its sons and elders for their great discipline, stressing that the National Iraqi Alliance will follow up the province’s share of the budget.