On Wednesday 7th od august 2011, Sayeed Amar al-Hakeem, the head of the higher Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq warned from falling into the trap of ethnic quotas as a national partnership, noting that the difference between the partnership and quotas that the first one is necessary while the second damages however the first gathers while the second disperses.
This has came during his visit to the hospitality house of Al-Battat tribe in Al-Zubair city and meeting with tribal sheikhs and elders, al-Hakeem added that “the partnership gathers Iraqis on unified vision while the quotas disperse them and distributes peoples’ rights among the parties and political blocs, emphasizing all to unify the opinions and to take the right practical and constructive steps for the Iraq future.
Al-Hakeem dealt with the case of Mubarak Port, noting that there are various opinions about this subject, there are those who say it doesn't matter, also there are those who say there will be side effects. Sayeed al-Hakeem indicated that the call and judgment today is in the hands of the Iraqis and the neighbors must be reassured but in maintain the Iraqi rights, he called for better dealing with the Port case by a competent committees not by media statements that do not offer a solution to the case
Sayeed amar al-Hakeem renewed his invitation to work as on soul team and to the political blocs to stay away from harming each other, stressing that when profit the power it will be for everybody, however, the nation loyalty is not just a motto, but must be feeling, sense and role, forwarding his words to the politicians that they must take their responsibilities and making the harmony worth with interest for all.
Al-Hakeem also noted that the “citizen” bloc has came to carry a message proves that the Supreme Council serving  people and it is honored to serve them, however that the bloc policy seeks to build a citizenship state and government provides services in the framework of a national unified vision gathers all but not to disperse them