Al-Sadr: Not participating in the elections means handing over Iraq with a dish of gold to the corrupt

Najaf The leader of the Sadrist Movement Moqtada al-Sadr said that his goal of insisting on the millionaire reformist election is to "rid Iraq of corruption and spoilers," pointing out that non-participation in the election means handing over Iraq with...

Najaf The leader of the Sadrist Movement Moqtada al-Sadr said that his goal of insisting on the millionaire reformist election is to "rid Iraq of corruption and spoilers," pointing out that non-participation in the election means handing over Iraq with a dish of gold for the corrupt.

"I hope Iraqis' voices, their awareness, their support for reform, and their millions," Sadr said in a series of his answers to the election.

He described the movement between the electoral machinery of coalitions as "an electoral war, some of them quite a bit, some of which are methodical and supported by those behind the border.

Al-Sadr advised the electoral machinery of large coalitions not to clash with small blocs that take into account the foundations of reform.

"I have heard about it and the government must deal with it like that," Sadr said.

On the fate of Iraq in the event of non-participation, he said, "as the delivery of Iraq on a plate of gold for the corrupt."

Source: National Iraqi News Agency