[size=36]Al-Sadr: We were and are still prioritizing the public interest over the private, and civil peace is a red line[/size]
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In a speech followed by Mawazine News, Mr. Al-Sadr said, "We were and are still prioritizing public interests over private interests," noting that "the problem that was being raised was that Muqtada al-Sadr was taking a turn against Shi'ism and against Shi'ites."
He added, "In Al-Kazemi's government, we gave up the ministers, and categorically refused to have any ministry for the Sadrist movement," stressing the need to "organize the Popular Mobilization and restore its prestige and reputation because many numbers are trying to discredit it."
He pointed out that "in a previous tweet, specifically in the 12th of last year, I called for the gathering of the Shiite house, and I did not receive any positive from them or any interaction in this regard at all," adding: "I also called on them to obey the reference and the centralization of the reference and to take its orders and decisions."
He continued: "After our withdrawal, many political parties insisted that we go back to the elections. They signed a reform document in order to return to the elections. So I rushed to write existing conditions and we will announce them as well," noting that "among the conditions are the dissolution of the factions, handing over weapons to the state and fighting corruption." ".
He pointed out that "the conditions consisted of 15 to 20 points and they did not sign them," stressing that "they do not threaten civil peace with their statements, for civil peace is a red line." Ended 29 / p. 87