The Australian ambassador to Iraq has expressed her appreciation of the role played by Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim in bringing viewpoints among political contenders closer to each other and his efforts to stretch bridges among all components and spectrums of the Iraqi people, expressing her interest in listening to the viewpoints of His Eminence towards the successful solutions for the current crisis in the country.
This came up when Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (ISCI), welcomed Australian ambassador Lyndall Sachs on Thursday, January 17, 2013 at his Baghdad office.
His Eminence stressed the need for a subjective vision for the crises through which Iraq is passing, in addition to the need for more meetings and communication among various Iraqi forces and groups, describing this as one of the venues that contribute to finding solutions for the country’s problems and crises, explaining the keenness of the Supreme Council staying in touch with everyone in order to defuse the current crisis, pointing out to the recommendations of the religious Marji`iyya (highest religious authority) in calming matters down and responding to the legitimate legal and constitutional demands of the citizens of Iraq.