Urgent Mr. Ammar al-Hakim to the government: Enough bet on the patience and tolerance of our people

Urgent Mr. Ammar al-Hakim to the government: Enough bet on the patience and tolerance of our people

2019/8/16 16:14

Urgent Mr Ammar al-Hakim to the government - Enough bet on the patience and tolerance of our peopleThe head of the national wisdom movement, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, called on the government to answer the questions of the supreme religious authority in Friday sermon today on the situation of the country and the suffering of the Iraqi people.
Ammar al-Hakim said in a statement received by the Euphrates News that “the questions raised by the supreme religious authority in Friday sermon prayers today about the extent of the continued suffering of our people, and when this suffering ends, represents the depth of what this people endure due to lack of services and disruption Economic and development projects and the growing scourge of corruption and lack of attention to the segments of youth and competencies required.
He added, “As we reiterate the question of the religious authority (when will the suffering of a people with the energies and wealth end to qualify to be one of the richest people in the world?” On the patience and tolerance of our people. ”
The supreme religious authority, today raised explicit and sharp questions for officials and the government and who has the decision in Iraq.
“We have political, economic and social questions which are legitimate and may not reach ears that could have an impact,” said Ahmad al-Safi, the representative of the supreme authority in the holy city of Karbala.
He added that “these questions in spontaneity are the aspirations of the people and competencies have questions that need to be answered and put before those who have the decision and these questions will remain unless there is a solution,” indicating that “its central axis that the citizen feels injustice and aspires to be answered.”
“Where did the country’s money go with its horrific figures? And why the suffering of the Iraqi people continue ?, Every day we hear about corruption, and its large and startling numbers.”
“Is there a horizon to solve our problems and a timeframe for this? But it is time as a people to rest and to meet the most basic rights,” Safi asked. “We have hundreds of thousands of minds and why not bring them and sit with them and solve problems.”

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