[size=36]Al-Samarrai: There is no way to change the service and living reality in Salah al-Din except by active participation in the elections[/size]
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Al-Samarrai said during a meeting in Saladin Governorate, “It is important for our public to realize the difference between the mere presence of their representatives in Parliament, and the presence of leaders who participate in political decision-making in the capital and Saladin Governorate, and for the first time, are represented in decision-making in Baghdad.”
He added, "The political despair that exists among the ranks of our public did not come out of nowhere, but rather came as a result of the accumulation of mistakes committed by former constituent politicians who did not realize at the time the consequences resulting from those mistakes."
He pointed out, “One of the consequences of past mistakes is the weak participation of our people in the elections and their indifference to being in places where their fate, their way of life, and their natural rights are decided that the central and local governments must provide for them.”
He continued, "The old political class and the former representatives of Saladin Governorate are responsible for all the suffering and tragedy that the governorate has experienced and is still experiencing."
He stressed, “There is no way to change the service and living reality in Salah al-Din and its districts except by active participation in the governorate council elections. Your real weight will be the starting point towards changing the reality of your life in the governorate.”
He stated, “For 10 years, the people of Salah al-Din have been far from the center of decision-making in the governorate, and today this representation is available to you, in addition to choosing the governor, the head of the governorate council, and the rest of the leadership positions in the governorate. Indeed, no one should be chosen except by your decision and your votes, and we will not allow anyone from outside our governorate to weaken Our sons or their exclusion from the decision-making position in favor of competitors in Baghdad seeking to remove them from the decision-making position.”