BAGHDAD, The leader of the Sadrist Movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, called on Sunni politicians to leave quotas and to prefer public interests to the private interests and to remove all corrupt and sectarians.
"My message to the Sunnis of Iraq and their politicians, I adjure you of our honest resistance to the occupier, and I adjure you with our unified prayers. I adjure you of expelling all those who attacked you unjustly, I adjure you with our stands that supported you in your difficult time in Mosul, Al-Anbar and elsewhere, Al-Sadr said in a tweet. I adjure you with our blood that was shed with your blood in your raped provinces, I adjure you to leave the quotas , divisions and sects, and to prefer public interests on party interests, and look at your bases shaken by violence and extremism, and keep away all corrupt and sectarians as I have did. "
"By the right of those old days, and the right of Iraq on you, it is time for the competent people, independent technocrat, to live together with security and safety away from the dagger of betrayal and corruption deals."
"Finally, I say, the last of us," brothers, Sunnis and Shiites, we will not sell this country.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency