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    Political leaders call on Mr. Al-Sadr to reverse his decision

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    Political leaders call on Mr. Al-Sadr to reverse his decision Empty Political leaders call on Mr. Al-Sadr to reverse his decision

    Post by Rocky Sat 17 Jul 2021, 6:52 am

    [size=52]Political leaders call on Mr. Al-Sadr to reverse his decision[/size]

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     Baghdad: Huda Al-Azzawi

    The decision of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to withdraw from the upcoming elections and remove his hand from any candidate claiming to represent the Sadrist bloc, provoked reactions from senior political figures who called on al-Sadr to reverse his decision. The official candidate for the individual and political blocs.
    Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi said in a tweet on "Twitter": "The nation needs everyone's solidarity; The people, and the political forces that participate in the elections in an honorable competition without pitfalls.”
    He added, "We have a historical responsibility to protect Iraq by reaching free and fair elections," noting that "the Sadrist movement is an important segment of society, and it is unimaginable not to participate in the elections. Iraq is a trust in everyone's neck."
    In turn, Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi said in a tweet: "In difficult circumstances that passed through Iraq, a phrase was written on the walls (From Fallujah to Kufa, this country is what we mourn)."
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