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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Dec 03, 2019 10:45 pm

Blaskart: Sistani said that politicians in Iraq are not serious in reform

Blaskart: Sistani said that politicians in Iraq are not serious in reform 300000005

2019/12/03 07:23:15
 
The Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq, Jenin Hines Blaskhart, on Tuesday quoted the position of the top Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani towards Iraqi politicians regarding the situation in the country.

"In my meeting with Grand Ayatollah Sistani, I expressed concern that the relevant actors may not be serious enough to carry out any meaningful reform," he said in a telephone briefing to the Security Council. As it was before the demonstrations. "

"It is very true and at the same time, it seems that the protesters are determined to persevere as long as their demands remain unaware," she said.

"The situation cannot be resolved by buying time through first aid solutions and coercive measures: this approach will only increase public anger and distrust," she said.

"The pursuit of partisan interests, confusion or brutal suppression of peaceful demonstrators: these are not strategies at all. Nothing is more damaging than an atmosphere of anger and fear. We must not let history repeat itself," she said.

"From any crisis, new and big opportunities can emerge. Iraq is not a lost cause, it has tremendous potential," she said.

"The challenge is to seize this opportunity and build a sovereign, stable, inclusive and prosperous Iraq. The time has come to act.

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