Document honor a moral and political obligation and not to blackmail and pressure
Salman al-Moussawi: Document honor a moral and political obligation and not to blackmail and pressure
Saturday, September 21 / September 2013 12:53
[Baghdad – where]
Counting MP for the coalition of state law Salman al-Moussawi said Saturday “to sign a document of honor as a moral and political obligation and not as a pretext for political blackmail and pressure, as he put it.”
Moussawi said in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] that the signature on the document of honor and social peace is not the mere presence of mind, but it is a moral and political commitment to solve the problems of the country for a way of dialogue and resorting to the Constitution. ”
He added that he “is not entitled to some politicians that make the signing of this document as a pretext for political blackmail and pressure to achieve personal interests and regional
The leaders of the political blocs have signed on Thursday, on the initiative of Vice-President of the Republic Khudair Khuzai “and national honor and document the social peace initiative”, which includes work to strengthen the trust between members of the political process, among them the one hand and the public on the other.
Some of the bodies had boycotted the initiative, including the head of the list Iyad Allawi’s Iraqi National Dialogue Front headed by Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq. ”
He called heads of blocs and the three presidencies, which lagged behind the leaders national meeting to complete the march with them and join them, stressing that the doors are open in front of them.
She stressed document of honor signed by the top leaders of the country and the heads of blocs to stand firm to face any danger or approach or practice of inciting violence and sectarianism and renounce the intersection and estrangement between the political forces and of Prohibiting and Preventing the use of resources and the potential of the state to target opponents and the adoption of the principle of dialogue a way to address the problems and the contract. Ended