BAGHDAD, Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Reform and Reconstruction Coalition, described the religious guidelines given to the UN special representative in Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, as a "road map" to contain the crises of the current scene with all its concerns.
"Everyone has found himself in front of a legitimate, national and moral mission," Hakim said, according to a statement by his office.
Al-Hakim stressed the need to abide by its good directives of providing services to citizens and combating corruption and reconstruction of cities, especially Basra and arms control and maintain the security of citizens regardless of their affiliations and build balanced relations with all countries of the world based on common interests and stressing respect for Iraq's sovereignty and refuse to use its territory to be A launching pad for attacks on any regional country or an arena for settling international accounts. "
Al-Hakim renewed his call to all partners to meet around table that places points on the letters and smoothes all the mass programs in a joint national collective action in order to restore the citizen's confidence and preserve the prestige of the state.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency