[size=36]Hakim responds to Abdul Mahdi: Opposition is exerting pressure through peaceful means[/size]
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The head of the National Wisdom Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, on Friday sent a message to Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi on the transformation of his bloc into opposition, indicating that the opposition is a necessary need and not a burden.
Hakim said in a text message in response to the message received from Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, and received a copy of "Mawazine News" that "effective political systems are not free of political opposition as a fundamental and legitimate part of any system, the opposition is the cornerstone of democracy and the necessary balance of the system Democratic politician ".
He added that "the reasons that led the stream of national wisdom to go to the opposition may be many and important, the monopoly of decision-making and political monopolization in the administration of the state and the disproportion between government performance and the aspiration of the people, and others are all real reasons, but the goal is higher and higher than that, Of the turmoil and the reasons for stability make the opposition a necessary need in the political sphere and not a burden or a nuisance to the authority or the government. "
He continued: "Our continued demand to empower the opposition and its various forces and to take them with legal and procedural guarantees and to involve them in decision-making and shaping the future are not demands related to the stream of national wisdom. The opposition is a strategic project that is greater than the political forces in which it is integrated today. .
He pointed out that "the latter has considered and wrote many articles on the importance of political opposition in the development of the democratic system and improving the performance of the government and today is in front of a historic opportunity to enhance credibility when he works hard to implement his previous views on the opposition is at the forefront of government sites."