Head of the National Alliance, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, praised the great sacrifices made by the chairmen and members of the districts and sub-districts councils in all governorates of Iraq, calling for documenting their achievements and presenting them to Iraqi masses, promising them to pursue their pension rights and striving to document their notes on the third amendment of provincial law.\r\n
This took place during his eminence meeting a large gathering of chairmen and members of districts and sub-districts councils in his office in Baghdad Saturday 25/3/2017, his eminence congratulated the Iraqi people for the great victories achieved in Mosul and approaching of complete victory, stressing that this victory was the result of national cohesion among the people.\r\n
His eminence praised the enormous sacrifices made by the chairmen and members of the districts and sub-districts councils, where the number of martyrs among them reached third of their total number, describing the martyrdom of approximately 800 people from these councils a huge figure comparing their total number of more than 3 thousand members, Indicating that this demonstrates their commitment to responsibility shouldered by these councils as they are the first line of resistance and their men are Iraq’s men in the battlefield, pointing to the importance of advertising and promoting the achievement to the citizen, especially that there are districts and sub-districts that accomplished manifolds to services versus the achievements of the Iraqi state during the past decades, citing the increase in number of schools in the districts and sub-districts and the areas covered by paved roads and completion of dozens of sanitation projects and other health institutions.\r\n
Head of the National Iraqi Alliance urged the members and chairmen of councils to conduct a complete survey of all what is achieved in each village, sub-district and district and to establishment a mini-committee to provide feedback of districts and sub-districts on the law of the provinces to be included in the law and to be discussed with the Prime Minister and then put forward in parliament.\r\n
His eminence stressed that decentralization is a constitutional principle and a political necessity that can’t be ignored, promising the attendees that the National Iraqi Alliance will follow up on the pension rights of members of districts and sub-districts councils with the related authorities and through committees formed within the National Iraqi Alliance for this regard.