[size=36]Al-Hakim stresses the need to bring the views of the political parties closer[/size]
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A statement by Al-Hakim's office, received by Mawazine News, stated that "Mr. Ammar Al-Hakim, head of the National Wisdom Movement, met the delegation of the Unified Anbar Alliance headed by Qassem Al-Fahdawi and exchanged with them views on the developments of the political scene in Iraq and ways to end the political crisis, complete the constitutional entitlements, and proceed with the formation of a national service government." .
According to the statement, Mr. Al-Hakim clarified the importance of Anbar and its stability for the security and stability of Iraq, stressing the need to preserve security and service gains. He also called for dialogue, communication and integration among all to maintain security and stability in it, and the importance of everyone attending and leaving the intersection to a space of convergence and concession in the interest of the public interest and giving it priority over Categorical and special interests.
In the same context, Mr. Al-Hakim received, according to the statement, a delegation from the Takadum party headed by Sheikh Shaalan Al-Karim, and discussed with him the developments of the political scene and the mechanism of action to end the political blockage and the current crisis, complete the constitutional entitlements, and form a national service government capable of achieving the aspirations of the Iraqi people, noting that the passage of a year To hold early elections, which makes it imperative for everyone to invest time to achieve the purpose of the last elections.
Mr. Al-Hakim stressed, according to the statement, the need to maintain communication and dialogue and bring the views of the political parties closer, indicating that the political crisis is affecting the living reality of the Iraqi citizen, such as the absence of a budget.
He stressed the need for society to benefit from the current financial abundance. Ended 29 / p. 87