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Sayyed Sadr, Sayyed Hakim Stress Unity of Iraq


Muslim cleric Sayyed Moqtada al-Sadr, leader of a powerful political movement and a major Iraqi figure, visited Sayyed Ammar al-Hakim, leader of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, to tackle the latest political and security developments, asserting the importance of Iraq’s unity.

After the meeting, Sayyed al-Hakim considered that the federalism is the political system and that all the sectarian divisions are rejected, adding that the National Coalition is mainly concerned with stability in Iraq and with forming a new government as it represents the parliamentary majority.

For his part, Sayyed Sadr asserted that all the parliamentary blocks cooperate to form a new government and to serve the nation.

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