Saturday, 24 December-December 2011 13:09
In a ceremony attended by a number of politicians and academics have signed the Charter of the national honor, called by Muqtada al-Sadr morning in Baghdad, and ensure that the Charter provisions confirmed the unity of the national and the prohibition of Iraqi blood and the Covenant between the components of the Iraqi people, all of peaceful coexistence for the country's construction and maintenance of Iraqi blood.
Charter also included an emphasis on respect for freedom of belief and respect for religious rites and holy places for all Iraqis. A spokesman for Muqtada al-Sadr, Sheikh Salah al-Obeidi said it is important to sign the text of the Charter is a commitment to freedom and respect for others of different ethnicities and sects in the country.
In turn, said President of the University of Baghdad, Dr. Musa al-Moussawi said the commitment to the terms of the Charter out of Iraq to the right path, and be independent, and his sons built demolished.
The Park Dr. Maher Jubouri President of the University of Tikrit, an initiative launched by the code of honor Muqtada al-Sadr after the Iraqis suffered years of oppression and violence, expressing his belief that this is the beginning of the Charter to begin rebuilding Iraq after the withdrawal of U.S. forces.
A member of the Preparatory Committee for the Charter of the national honor of the terms of the charter is that all communities in Iraq are brothers and prevents infringement, in addition to the Charter emphasizes the prevention of speeches, articles and conferences and all that would stir up sedition.
And praised the Iraqi politicians who participated in the celebration of the charter, signed by most of the political blocs, stressing that he will contribute in resolving the crisis and work to unify the efforts to improve conditions in the country.
To the so called intellectuals Iraqi politicians to commit to the Charter of the national honor, which was signed in Baghdad today, stressing that political and signed before the codes of the other did not abide by its articles.
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