Sayyed Al-Hakim holds unity as way for braving setbacks
The Leader of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq political party, Ammar al-Hakim expressed his deep concern over setbacks and plagued situation facing Muslims, urging Muslims to open talks for sorting out the existing problems, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
It is noteworthy, the leader of the ISCI, has been appointed the head of the Iraqi National Alliance (INA) for one year.
The INA, which comprises Shia political parties, has the majority of seats in the parliament and accordingly has the right to form the government and appoint the prime minister.
The alliance includes four political parties, namely the State of Law Coalition, headed by Nouri al-Maliki, the ISCI, the National Reform Trend Party, headed by al-Jaafari, and the Sadrist Movement, with prominent Iraqi cleric Muqtada al-Sadr as its leader.