Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (ISCI), has stressed the necessity for the parliament to practice its natural role in solving the problems the Iraqi political scene is witnessing in addition to addressing the citizens’ fair demands according to the constitution. This came up when His Eminence received on Tuesday, January 15, 2013, Sheikh Khalid al-Atiyyah, head of the parliamentary State of Law bloc, on Tuesday at his Baghdad office. His Eminence stressed that the parliament should have clear work mechanisms in resolving the problems from which the country is suffering in the present phase.
During the meeting, an exchange of viewpoints went on about the parliament’s work and the need for it to practice its monitoring and legislative role, especially issuing important laws, including those of the federal court and of the general amnesty, in addition to the need for it to assume its decisive role in solving the present crisis through which the country is passing.