Baghdad, December 24 (Rn) – The Sadrist movement, on Saturday, the start of the signing of the Charter of the national honor, which its leader, Moqtada al-Sadr launched a month ago from now, with the participation of political blocs and tribal leaders, intellectuals and academics.
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has called the recent Iraqi parties to sign a code of honor and the national stage after the departure of U.S. troops from Iraq.
Sadr’s call comes in light of the faltering political process in Iraq as a result of political differences between Iraq and the rule of law has affected the functioning of the legislative and executive Alstlten.
A spokesman for Muqtada al-Sadr, Sheikh Salah al-Obeidi told a news conference in Baghdad and attended by Kurdistan News (Rn), that “the Charter of the national honor, which fired Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr was signed today in the first phase of the spectrum of political, social, cultural, tribal, after modifications were made on some points “.
Obeidi said that “the provisions of the Charter of the national honor is not important as far as the commitment is more important,” noting that “there are other stages to sign everyone to the present Charter.”
He said, “everybody participated in the Charter in terms of his support, and participate in discussions of its clauses, and blessed him.”
And witnessed the signing of the Charter, the presence of Iraqi academics from various universities, in addition to representatives of political blocs.
The head of the University of Tikrit, Maher Jubouri during the signing of the Charter that “Iraq is passing through a new phase after the departure of U.S. occupation, therefore, requires everyone to draw a policy after the withdrawal.”
The Jubouri that “We reject any letters sectarian, but occupied the U.S. adopted a sectarian strife in the country since 2003,” noting that “there Chkhosa worked to contain the sectarian strife in Iraq, including Muqtada al-Sadr, who called for maintaining the unity of Iraq.”
And confirmed the mass free of the Sadrist movement that code of honor, who called him the current leader Moqtada al-Sadr includes all Iraqis involved in the political process or outside, pointing out that it contains 13 points are for discussion and amendment.
The capital, Baghdad, Thursday (12/22/2011) The series of car bombings and bomb belts and explosive devices aimed at government institutions and the civilian population, killing more than 70 people and injured more than 200 others were wounded.
And issued the Iraqi judiciary on Monday (19/12/2011) arrest warrant against Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi after being accused of involvement in attacks against members of the armed and security officials.
A warrant that is fueling sectarian tensions in Iraq following the withdrawal of U.S. troops as the agreement puts the fragile power-sharing in the risk.
Hashemi, denies the accusations and says it is a fabricated denials credible in Washington where a U.S. official said he believed that the accusations against Hashemi unfounded.
And made the United States, which ended its military presence in 18/12/2011 concern the political situation in Iraq, while Vice President told the American president in a phone call Minister Nuri al-Maliki and House of Representatives Osama Najafi’s “concern” of his country’s political situation in Iraq.