Louis Sacco: Politicians must speed up the formation of a government of competencies

Baghdad-ALsharqiya October 23: The Chaldean Patriarch in Iraq and the scholar Cardinal Louis Raphael Sako called on the political parties in Iraq to adopt dialogue, end the current tension and expedite the formation of a national government to avoid the country's slide for the worse. Cardinal Sacco warned in a statement after a meeting of Chaldean bishops that threatening or using weapons to solve problems between brothers is one of the major taboos in all traditions, because weapons are for the defense of the homeland only. Cardinal Sako appealed to all politicians in Iraq to adhere to national values ​​and give priority to the public interest over partisan agendas, calling for the formation of a government capable of achieving the citizens' demands.


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