The head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, Sayyid Ammar Al Hakim, stressed that Iraq’s crisis is an administrative one at all political, social and service levels. He underlined in the same time the need to have a harmonious and competent team to run the coming phase and introduce the change, reiterating the importance of a large participation in the elections. His eminence indicated that the Martyr of the Niche movement is not a seeker of authority and power as much as it seeks to provide services to the people, pointing out to the movement’s slogan “we do not deserve to represent a people that we do not serve”. This came when his eminence was meeting with a group of Iraqi university students in his office in Baghdad on Friday, 28/3/2014.  
His eminence stressed the significance of the youth and of the role they play in the new Iraq, assuring that youngsters are the core of society and constitute the largest category. He finally called on this group to play their role effectively so as to achieve development in the country.