[size=45]Muqtada al-Sadr: We gave up the ministers in the current government1 hour ago
Today, Tuesday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, denied his intention to break up the Shiite house.
Al-Sadr said in a short video clip of a video speech that he called for the boredom of the Shiite house and did not receive any answer or interaction from the political forces at all.
Al-Sadr called not to threaten civil peace with statements, because civil peace is not a game in anyone's hands, and it is a red line that no one should cross.
Al-Sadr added: "The government of the national majority came after the spread of corruption in the country. It is necessary to remove some of the political forces that were granted by corruption, and to keep them away from the new government, which would take care of the people more than itself."
He continued, "We were and still prioritize public interests over private interests, and national interests are still in our eyes, but the problem that arises is that Muqtada al-Sadr is taking a turn against Shi'ism and Shiites, but there are steps that have been hidden from them."