Hakim: There are a lot of mistakes that were made and we have recognized
12/04/2012 09:27 AM
Babinaoz (Reuters): The head of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, a lot of mistakes that were made since the fall of the former regime and should be recognized as bravely, as it was considered natural that is Iraq's leaders in errors, expressed concern over the political process of some turns critical. Hakim said during the memorial for the anniversary of the martyrdom of Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr, which was held at the Council headquarters in Baghdad and attended by "Alsumaria News", "the political process in Iraq has achieved important successes in restructuring the state and its construction," noting that "there are a lot of mistakes that were made since the fall of the regime the past and we have to acknowledge the courage.
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" He al-Hakim that "it is natural that is Iraq's leaders in errors, because they were opposed to the long periods of time, was not possible for them to contribute and participate in government at a time before," and expressed concern "to the ongoing political process in Iraq from some corners the critical obtained from the tensions and crises of succession. " and Al-Hakim that "If you do not remedy this tension and these problems have things go as we do not want political stability and the preservation of the democratic system", calling for political forces to "stand together collaboration and put an end to these tensions and exit the results are able to restore cohesion of Iraq. " and Iraq is a major political crisis is the first after the American withdrawal, on the back of issuing an arrest warrant against the vice president the leader of the Iraqi List, Tariq al-Hashimi, after being accused of supporting terrorism, and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a request to parliament to withdraw confidence for his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, the leader of the Iraqi List, also, after the description of the last of the owners as a "dictator does not build," which prompted Iraq to suspend its membership in the Council of Ministers and House of Representatives, and submit a request to the Parliament of no confidence in Maliki, before you decide on (January 29 2012) to return to the Council of Representatives, as announced in (February 6, 2012) that the components have agreed to end the County Council of Ministers and the return of all its ministers to attend the meetings of the Council.