Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, reiterated the need for the formation of a higher council for the tribes that support Iraq and the political process, underlining that the Supreme Council of the tribes must be independent and impartial and enjoy the support of the government without interference in the tribal affairs or extorting them.
This came in a meeting with Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim and a delegation of the tribal parliamentary committee of the House of Representatives along with notables of Iraqi sheikhs headed by Sheikh Abboud Wahid al-Issawi and Sheikh Adnan Aldenbos, in His Eminence’s office in Baghdad Monday, March 02, 2015.
For his part, Sheikh Aboud al-Issawi praised al-Hakim’s role and visions in converging the views and the progress of the political process relying on the national legacy of al-Hakim family and on Marjaa Imam Sayyid Muhsin al-Hakim (God bless him) in understanding the nature of the Iraqi society, adding that Iraq today need to organize a council that comprehends the tribes of Iraq with its different components to support the country, the rule of law and the political stability. He also pointed out that the delegation discussed with Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim the idea of ​​forming a national council for the Iraqi tribes and clans, expressing his hope to achieve this project for the benefit of the Iraqi people and the development of the dear homeland.