Head of the National Iraqi Alliance, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, warned from entering political spirals and return to the past after the phase of final victory over Daesh, stressing the need to achieve harmony and political cohesion, urging the provinces to create new ways to provide services under the occurrence of financial crisis.\r\n
This was during his eminence\'s chairing the National Iraqi Alliance delegation meeting with the local government in Diwaniyah province Monday 20/03/2017, in the beginning of the meeting his eminence praised the stand of the people and tribes of the province in the face of dictatorship and contributing to the support of the new political practice, as well as their honorable role in the face Daesh terrorism, stressing on the necessity that the political system supports this province.\r\n
His eminence expressed his surprise about some of the demands forwarded by the province, pointing to the possibility of answering these demands despite the financial hardship faced by the country, reiterating that the National Iraqi Alliance is not promising of accomplishment, but will follow up these issues with the executive bodies, stressing that the National Iraqi Alliance will thoroughly follow up on the concerns of the province with the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and ministries through specialized committees to solve these problems.\r\n
His eminence reiterated warning of post-Daesh phase, calling for the importance of taking the highest levels of vigilance and continuously develop security plans and not to relax in order to maintain security and stability that are currently witnessed in the province.\r\n
Head of the National Iraqi Alliance also called for taking advantage of victory and the achieve of unity and harmony and political cohesion in the post-Daesh phase and not to return to differences, past disagreements and entering a political spiral, revealing the existence of rivals and enemies located abroad spending huge sums of money in order to minimize the Iraqi achievement and confuse the political process in a soft velvet war to find a gap between the people and political powers.\r\n
His eminence stated the \"there is an achievement accomplished after 2003 in the provinces if a comparison is made of the number of the completed facility and recipients of benefits and salaries; but there is a shortage that we must work to fill” urging the need to make the transfer of powers to the provinces an opportunity through working in accordance with the regulations, calling to create new ways and methods in order to diversify resources and continue to provide service to citizens under the pressure of the crisis.