Sayyid Ammar Al Hakim Called members of the Martyr of the Niche movement to more excellence in the constructive aspects of life, explaining the need for religious and dogmatic commitment through virtuous behavior and ethics, and through positive approach towards social aspects, communication with people and more sense of national belonging, to ensure the success of the Iraqi project.
This came in the course of the speech delivered by the Head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq at the first conference for graduates of the Martyr of the Niche in 2013, titled “The Modern Fair State, Knowledge and Work”, held on Tuesday, 1/10/2013.
His Eminence also underlined the great attention he has for the graduates’ pursuance of studies and higher degrees, reiterating his support for youngsters to continue their educational journey. His Eminence also stressed the importance of hard work to achieve an administrative revolution that would end the routine and bureaucracy widespread in different institutions, emphasizing the importance of working in the private sector. Sayyid Ammar Al Hakim highlighted that universities are active when their professors and tracks are; this is what enables them to build a strong community capable of assuming its national responsibilities.  
His Eminence indicated the importance given by the Martyr of the Niche and Sayyid Abdel Aziz Al Hakim to achieving the movement’s declared goals which are independence, freedom and justice. He also mentioned the efforts made by the late Abdel Aziz Al Hakim to take Iraq out of chapter 7 for international sanctions. He confirmed that Iraq, with its civilization, resources and strategic position, should be the backbone of the region, urging the youth to serve Iraq with their energy and enthusiasm.
His Eminence finally talked about the student scholarship and internal sections inviting officials and competent persons to pay attention to these two issues, and calling to wisely spend budgets in the area of education, for it is important to adopt the culture of human investment through supporting human resources when they’re innovative and serve the country.