Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, said the political majority does not produce a strong government and it is very difficult to achieve a majority which is unable to provide welfare and services to the Iraqi citizens, reminding that given the complicated Iraqi reality, all parties have no other choice but to form a strong, harmonious team with well-defined project and vision. He stated that whoever disregards such reality will feel that they have taken the wrong way and wasted time, calling the powerful partners representing their components to engage in a constructive honest dialogue. He also stressed that it is the dialogue between the powerful partners that gives rise to a government that reassures the Iraqis. For him, it is important to make two steps: first to form, strengthen and institutionalize the national alliance and to turn it into a shelter for the powers which constitute it, and to watch over the officials run by it; second to build relations with the national powers, to promote the trust and to take their concerns into consideration. On the other hand, he warned that the negligence of these fundamentals will make drag out the formation of the government and widen the gap between the powers, underlining the need to set the best example for the people and the world and to make the after-elections stage not less important than that of the election stage itself.
This came during the ceremony on the occasion of the births of the pure imams in his Eminence's office in Baghdad on Wednesday, June 4, 2014.
Imam Hussein (AS), School of Life
His Eminence explained that Imam Hussein (A) represented the divine project, indicating all Ahl-al-Bayt did not act out of emotions, but within a well-planned vision, goal and course. He made clear that Hussein's cause (AS) is essential to the life of Muslims and of all men in general, describing Imam Hussein (AS) as the school of life who transcended sects and ethnicities, setting a uniting example for the society and the human being. He also said the goal is one of the most important qualities of Imam Hussein (AS) whose one of goals was to fight injustice and achieve reforms, describing Al Abbas Ibn Ali (AS) as the backbone of the project and Imam Zayn Al Abidin as the extension of the revolution of Hussein he made it known.    
Imam Khomeini (May Allah Sanctify his Soul) is a Leader with a Decisive and Modest Character and a Will of Steel 
The head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq mentioned Imam Khomeini on the anniversary of his death, indicating that he is has a distinguished and influential character who launched his actions based on his Islamic vision, therefore, he introduced a great change for the better and towards reform. His eminence added that Khomeini understood the situation and was aware of the nature of his battle with the Shah who represented the policeman of the region and the symbol of arrogance, clarifying that the Imam had faith in Allah and in the clarity of divine laws. His eminence also insisted that Khomeini was that decisive and modest leader who combined will and politics, as the first needed courage and the second realism, assuring that he has a will of steel and had the courage to stop the fighting in the war that the regime of Saddam had launched against him. Sayyid Al Hakim underlined that Imam Khomeini (May Allah sanctify his soul) is a character that history will never forget, calling on everyone to follow his lead. His eminence finally highlighted that Imam Khomeini loved Iraqis just like Imam Khamenei (May Allah preserve him) who has inherited from his the love of the Iraqi people and his knowledge of all the details pertaining to the Iraqi community and personality, affirming that Imam Khamenei is a good successor of a good predecessor.