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Baghdad / Al-Mawrid News
Today, Monday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, denied his intention to "break up the Shiite house," stressing at the same time the incompatibility of political parties to limit arms to the state and fight corruption.
Al-Sadr said in a short video clip of a video clip that will be broadcast at a later time, that "the forms that suggest that Muqtada al-Sadr tends to be anti-Shi'ite and anti-Shia," which Sadr's words seemed to deny, according to the video clip.
And he added, "In a previous tweet, I called for the boredom of the Shiite house, and I did not receive any answer or interaction from them at all (in reference to the Shiite political forces), and I called on them to obey and centralize the (religious reference in Najaf) and take its orders and decisions."
He continued, "We were and are still prioritizing public interests over private interests, and in the current Al-Kazemi government, we have relinquished the ministers and categorically refused to have any ministry for the Sadrist movement."
He indicated that he wanted "to organize the popular crowd and restore its prestige and reputation because many enemies are trying to tarnish its reputation."
Al-Sadr explained, "After we withdrew from the elections, many political parties insisted that we go back to run in the elections. They signed a reform document for our return. These are their signatures and we will announce them later. I hastened to write conditions and we will announce them also, including the dissolution of the factions, handing over weapons to the state, fighting corruption and others, and they did not sign." on her".
He stressed that "there is no threat to civil peace with their statements, because civil peace is not a game, neither in my hands nor in their hands, and it is a red line that no one should cross."
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