In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious; Most
“And fulfill the Covenant of Allah when you
have covenanted, and break not the oaths after you have confirmed them, and
indeed you have appointed Allah your surety. Verily! Allah knows what you do”
a country that witnessed great and violent political shifts and transformations
ever since the beginning when it earned a modern shape in the 1920’s
these transformations and events had an obvious
impact that we can see in all aspects of life, from coups and tyrant rulers to
military occupation and terrorism. All of that led to a destruction in the
political, economic, social, and ideological structure of the Iraqi citizen
despite the economic, cultural and humanitarian capabilities that Iraq has
capabilities if directed appropriately and used the right way Iraq would have
been a developed country, not the Way it was shown when it was absent in the
United Nations Human Development index report in 2010.
Human development is a concept that enlarges to
involve every aspect of Humans life from education and health to politics and
economy to live a good life and have
hope of enjoying an even better future where they have all their fundamental
rights, and have the ability to widen the range of their choices ,Choices
related to political participation, cultural diversity as these are also a
fundamental part of basic rights, that means any reform program should be
developed with an awareness of the Iraqi environment in which they live.
The military occupation, that started in 2003, in Iraq has ended Thanks to the
great sacrifices made by the Iraqi people and especially those in the Islamic
resistance movement and the positive role of the national politicians , but one
of the trails the military occupation left behind is a political process that
depends on a system that relies on consociationalism in managing the country
away from any democratic system that we know of in the world. This
consociationalism resulted in many problems that we can see in the political
scene. Today, a clear political dispute
between politicians has extended its shadow over all the affairs of the
Security and Safety
Despite the country being freed from the obvious and direct
influence of the military occupation,
the threat posed by Takfiri groups, remnants of Saddam’s Baathist regime, and
terrorist organization, that were initially present during Saddam’s era , still
exists .Today, and among all of these threats, no clear arrangement of security
and intelligence services exists, including legislation of laws that organize
them and coordination mechanisms between them.
The Economic Environment
Iraq is still going
through a transitional period to go from planned centralized economy to, what
is globally known as , Market Economy. As of now, no legislation has been
enacted for this transformation, and this has had a significant impact on how
the government approaches economic issues. The preparation of the budget still
relies on guesswork, since the ministries and unrelated entities do not use
specific standards to calculate the budget needed and instead determine the
budget based on projects they intend to carry out during the fiscal year.
Similarly, the revenue stream of the federal budget is largely dependent on oil
and, therefore, these revenues lack diversity furthermore Iraq’s economic
relation with the other nations is not at the required level.
The Social Environment
The structure of the Iraqi
community is marked by its diversity, and this diverse structure has been taken
advantage of either by the colonization, the takfiri extremists, the remnants
of the Ba’athist regime followers or
even by some politicians, turning this diversity into a tool to divide instead
of a reason for peaceful coexistence. This diversity is still standing and due
to the negative influence, it has been connected with the build-up of
sectarian, ethnic or national sentiments, which made the concept of citizenship
Since Iraq’s Constitution was issued under difficult
circumstances some argue that some of
its provisions need to be amended, in addition to complications between the
central government the regional
government and the non-regional Governorates because of the federal political
system stated in the constitution , the methods followed to regulate the legal
relations within this system and the unequal distribution of the national
wealth between the governorates and the central (Federal) regions. In light of these factors rose the desire of( Ahl al-Haq movement) to undertake a political
project to Improve the political, financial and social situation of the
Iraqi citizens by
complete sovereignty without external interference in decision-making
b- Emphasize Iraq’s affiliation to Arabs and Islam.
c-The importance of having a constitution that guarantees
the rights of all of the factions of the Iraqi Nation equally.
d- For all Iraqis to have equal rights and duties before the
law regardless of what is their
religion, language, colour, gender , ethnicity or race.
e- Recognizing the constitutional rights of those from
different religions, sects , and nationalities to enjoy the freedom to express
their demands and aspirations and practice their legitimate practices.
f-Adopting the democratic method that depends on the
political majority based on the results of the ballot boxes, one based on the
participation of citizens in political decision-making, instead of The
Consensus democracy and quotas
g- Transfer of political authority shall be made peacefully
through democratic means within a Constitutional frame that depends upon
representation in the elections of political pluralism ( multipartism and pluralism of opinion) freedom of opinion,
thought , the principle of separation of powers, judicial independence, , the
principle of decentralized administration and Issuance of the Parties Law ,
furthermore it is obligatory to select the board members of the High Electoral
Commission based on their efficiency.
h-the necessity to set a clear concept of terrorism that
deals with the Islamic and Arabic legacy of Iraq . The importance of guaranteeing compensation
to victims of terrorism
i- Evaluate the government efficiency and effectiveness and counter
administrative and financial corruption.
j- Form councils and commissions Which were stipulated in
the constitution but have not been formed till now like the Federation Council.
k-restore the security instructions and the Armed forces and
ensure their independence from political intervention and politicians.
l- the issue of the disputed areas shall be resolved in As
stipulated in the constitution
m- the Market Economy has disadvantages and weak points that
even its supporters cannot help but acknowledge. We in Ahl Al-haq movement have
n- Diversified financial revenues for the government budget
and support investment.
o – Plan and
systemize the government expenditure .
p-Employ strategies for human development and developed
q- build Iraq’s international relations on the basis of
mutual respect and non-interference in its internal affairs in addition,
continue working on the UN resolutions to guarantee that Iraq would exit
chapter VII .
We believe that politics is the Art of achieving the
interests of the country and its nation so we see that applying the principles
of this project need a preparation of a detailed operational plan of each of its components we also believe that achieving these goals
does not necessarily mean taking part in the power that rules the country
rather it can be sufficient to collaborate with all the political practices
that serves the final unified national aim to work together For the growth,
advancement and Economic Prosperity of
primary principles of Asa’ib Ahl Al-Haq political action
is the work done to serve the country and people, and the effort done to
achieve goals without acting at a variance with the fundamentals and the
principles Asa’ib Ahl Al-Haq believes in.
b- The political action of Asa’ib Ahl Al-Haq as a whole is a mean to achieve
the supreme interests of the Iraqi country in preserving its sovereignty,
assuring its freedom of choice, achieving social and economic welfare and
stabilization of security for our people according to the potentials available.
c- We believe in the importance of the
constitution, but we also believe that the constitution of Iraq, which was
written under certain circumstances, involves many sections that need to be
revised and accommodated according to the nature and the needs of the Iraqi
general principles of Asa’ib Ahl Al-Haq
party adopts general principles in performing its legal and patriotic duties,
represented as follows
the diversity in religion, sectarianism and nationalism
the principle of dialogue, respect for the opinions of others and never
resorting to enforced beliefs.
the principle of consultation (Shura) in decision-making and teamwork.
of an institutional work style in a purposeful scientific and strategic planning
that is well-devised, guaranteeing the investments of the available potentials
and resources in order to achieve the supreme goals ensuring the benefit of the
to specific systems and measures as a way to achieve development, growth and
on the loyal, patriotic and efficient staff, placing the right man on the right
sustainable development of human energy by
targeting the moral, intellectual, social and physical dimensions of the human
Asa’ib Ahl Al-Haq’S
vision on the political situation depends on the following main principles
and the state administration
believe that Islam is Allah’s rightful religion, the
divine law (sharia’) of our master Muhammed the
messengers of Allah and the path of his righteous family (Ahlu Al Bayt), and
its proper application taken from its true sources accomplishes the happiness
of the present life and the life to come. We also believe that Islam is a
comprehensive system comprehending all aspects of life including the
intellectual, social, economic, Political, cultural aspects and more.
believe that the appropriate classification of the current political process is
as a state of (political feudalism) which highly resembles the agricultural
feudalism Iraq has witnessed in the early 1900’s.
state has left the fate of the country and the future of its people in the
hands of a selected group of oppressive individuals, their families and their
associates which exhausted the people of all classes with overexertion without
granting them their basic fundamental rights, we also believe that the
responsibility of confronting this feudalism is a legal and patriotic duty
supporting the underprivileged, the oppressed and the disadvantaged.
evaluating the political experience of the country’s system of governance after 2003, which lead
the country to this difficult state after 13 years of the bitter experience, we
introduce our vision represented by the necessity to find viable solutions for
the persistent issues, this is achieved by departing from the parliamentary
government that turned the political process into spoils and profits converting
the political leaderships into political feudalisms and distributing the
positions and resource in accordance to the mechanism of consensus democracy
which presented a route for the the current parliamentary government. And we
see that the political system which we demanded to follow
to save the political reality from what fell upon it, also which guarantees
majority rule and enforcement of the federal government despite all the
justifications and alibis given by the political associates, who refused this
proposal claiming the incompatibility with the Iraq’s political system, that it will bring back the
dictatorial authority which Iraq had a hard time disposing from again – , and in case the political system does not
get the required approval, we can in the meantime discuss proposing a
semi-presidential system or even modifying the current system and the adoption
of the political majority in place of consensus democracy which is currently
implemented, this does not mean modifying the current system – the
parliamentary- , but we call forth the Iraqi people for the need to take action
through the ballot to achieve a sufficient number of deputy candidates for the
chamber of deputies who believe in the political majority, due to the
difficulty in changing the system, as what we see most important is
addressing the main defect which became evident in the Iraqi political systems
organization’s view point on how the
legislature should be is
in peaceful alternation of power and respecting the election results.
of quorum of the legislature through forming the federal council as stated in
the Iraqi constitution.
parliament should play its oversight and legislative role by what facilitates
and reforms the job of the federal government.
requirement of the deputy to advance into representing all sections of Iraqis
corresponding to the oath they took and not to confine in presenting only the
group which selected them.
The Executive branch
organization’s viewpoint on the
government work and the executive branch is summarized by developing the
strategic plans that the country adopts in what fits the potentials and the
calibres it possesses, to achieve the supreme goals that serves the benefits of
the people and observing the optimal execution and perfect performance. The
formation of the government based on the political majority, where all factions
of people are represented overlooking the shares of the major political
parties. And so the selection of the ministers should be based on
professionalism and moral excellence away from partisan, to prevent the
ministries from becoming accessible to the advantage of those parties on
account of the people’s true benefits and needs.
The minister should be responsible and obligated before the prime minister and
the legislature and not their bloc or party, working on the active role of the
financial and administrative oversight institutions and their development on
scientific backgrounds obliged by transparency and integrity, and the necessity
for all the government actions to be based on an integrated scientific program
inclusive to providing the citizen’s varied needs and
guaranteeing the leisure and happiness for all the spectrums and varieties of
the Iraqi society.
believe that the judiciary is a fundamental pillar to a successful country,
therefore it is necessary to emphasize on the judicial independence, not
allowing for external pressure to influence its neutrality and justice, but the
importance of full support in the way it guarantees justice and assurance to
the people in protecting their rights and benefits from offence. And so it’s important to initiate new legislations and
decisions in accommodation to the change the current nature of the political
and social phases went through, and the most importantly is promulgation of law
of the higher judicial council in what achieves these goals, especially since
the judicial organization Act No.160 for the year 1979 of the former regime
which is no longer capable of fulfilling the requirements of the new phase, and
so the urgent need to issue such law becomes evident, to be compatible with the
nature of the current phase and its goals and guarantees a proficient and
evolved judiciary capable of comprehending the nature of the democratic
transformations after deliberating the obstacles facing the judicial reality,
And conducting studies related to the judicial specialties contributing to the
developing of such reality. And therefore, optimizing the judiciary and its
efficiency, and emphasizing that the judiciary is independent and subject to no
authority other than the law. Also, through precision and expedition in
resolution of the cases presented to ensure that the rights of the people
involved are delivered without any delay. And the elimination of the vexatious
appeal which is sought to delay resolutions and obstruction of justice
especially for those who are convicted and sentenced on terrorism cases, which
is achieved by modifying some of the regulations in force, especially as we are
facing an exceptional circumstance manifested by increased number of the
members of the Blasphemous groups, which imposes the support of judiciary and
the expeditious legislation of strict laws encountering those groups, in what
achieves the protection of the judiciary from manipulation and abasement in
order to reach a fair trial of the case observed, and by a public hearing done
with transparency including the judicial safeguards for all the parties
included In the case.
aspect has the utmost importance to the Iraqi citizen as it affects all aspects
of daily life. Unfortunately, this aspect suffers from evident deterioration
which negatively influences the individual, families and society in general.
And from here we see the necessity to correct the orientation of the federal
government policy and providing the local government more authority to carry
out its role in supplying the required
services to the citizens with high efficiency and proficiency, to be directed
to deliver the best public services to the individual and society, like
electricity, drinking water, transportations infrastructures and bridges as
well as other social services like telecommunications, banking services and
specialized hospitals. And the importance of doing justice by the provinces
that suffer from great negligence and severe shortage in the standard of
services, and prioritizing them in the federal government plans and providing
the basic necessities of life, decent livelihood and essential services.
Iraqi economy suffers from substantial
difficulties and challenges as it is still a single dimensional rentier
economy with full dependence on the oil sector, while other sectors becoming
powerless and disappearing, and the constitutional conduct of the economic
issues was incomplete and lacked relevant laws, as well as the discrepancy
between adopting the market mechanism and the transformation and privatization
program, in addition to the abstruseness of the development plans of the economic
this aspect we focus on the topics below
Iraq’s ownership of a tremendous oil wealth, it is still a single financial
resource. It is of great importance to have an economic system charting a
course to a sustainable and broad-based growth through the targeted sectoral
policies and budgetary allocations.
and regulating investment which contributes to the economic advancement and the
importance of planning the optimal investment for (petrodollar) imports in
establishing strategic projects intended to develop Iraqi provinces (oil
producing and non-oil producing), improving their services and constricting
development policies aimed to improve the social and living standards for the
Iraqi individual through building educational institutions formed on the right
basis and conceptions, providing employment opportunities and social services.
importance of establishing a scientific economic system that is directed
towards the social and economic growth and development, with guaranteed
sustenance of this direction through legal-institutional-governing frameworks
that are obligatory for all the associates of the Iraqi society.
from excessive dependence on the oil sector into an economic diversity that is
able to operate all the potentials and financial and human resources available
in the economy and society.
the incentive and support systems in aim to facilitates a growth that
effectively creates more employment opportunities in the private sector
Building a modern competitive industrial
Supporting the agricultural sector and adopting
an agricultural policy aimed to invest the agricultural lands to cover domestic
demand as the first stage and to export surplus as the second.
Building the service sector on modern
foundations, especially the tourism, banking, communication and transportation
solutions of the administrative aspect of the country and according to the
party’s viewpoint lie in
importance of the disposal of the traditional method that is still controlling
most of the country’s aspects, which does not
believe in change and the new era and is adherent to the former culture and
procedures, which became unable to keep up with the rapid pace of the
development in all fields, and the necessity to keep the young potentials who
believe in administrative development away from the remnants, build-ups and
complications of the past.
competence, righteousness and career progression calibers in selecting the
administrators to eliminate the parties quota that exhausted the country’s institutions and either emptied it from the
potentials and elites or marginalized it for the benefit of the partisans.
electronic governance to link all the state institutions with each other to
eliminate the administrative routine and improving the quality of the
government services provided to the citizens and society.
the service and retirement laws according to the actual needs of the Iraqi
financial corruption in state institutions is the product of a triad
represented by political quota and its analogous, the abundance of
administrative error and the discrepancy and conflict between the old and new
regulations, in addition to pairing the politics, economics and business
together by most political parties and lists, which now own companies operating
inside and outside of Iraq, which lead to transferring many contracts and
transactions to a known and limited groups away from the specialized and
the current reforms are still lacking and substandard, the performance of the
commission of integrity, inspectors general offices and the bureau of financial
audit is disappointing, especially as these devices are politically infiltrated
and divided according to the insufferable quota, and their procedures are
restricted making them of no use if they were not factors keeping the
corruption, as the number of the corruption cases referred to the court exceeds
6 thousand annually.
Ahl Al-Haq we see that the solutions are represented by
the regulations related to the commission of integrity, in addition to
excluding it from the political quota, with emphasis upon promoting the culture
of anti-corruption of the political class, and not considering it as political
the state institutions responsible for oversight and integrity to attain
non-interference of the authorities and responsibilities.
on providing guarantees to all special grades and their first-degree relatives.
a law to activate the principle of “Min Ayen Laka Hatha?) (where did you get this___?) to limit unjust
the role of the bureau of financial audit.
the final calculations of the general budget.
the judiciary’s role in countering financial and administrative corruption and
prosecuting those who are responsible for wasting the general money and
recovering the stolen assets.
many years passing since the fall of the dictatorial regime, Iraq is still
clearly falling behind in curriculum development and teaching methods and
suffers from severe shortage in the number of
school buildings, so there rises the need to reform and develop these
curriculums to keep up with the worldwide requirements of development, to be
capable of developing and building the capacities of our generations according
to an advanced scientific level, and stressing on reforming the religious,
historical and educational curriculums in accordance to the historical facts of
the true Islamic religion and the biography (seerah) of the righteous family of
the prophet Mohammed (Ahlu Al-Bayt) (may peace be upon them). And attending to
the Iraqi universities and institutes, encouraging scientific research and
studies these universities issue and rewarding innovators and scholars. It is
of high importance to attend to the professors and teachers’ sections and improve their standard of living,
in what provides them a decent life that suits the great effort they afford in
preparing the new generations.
corruption, achieving security and building a state of institutions based on
justice and prosperity, cannot be achieved unless the initiative was taken to adopt
an advanced educational system that is capable of keeping up with the
believe in the importance of positive communication with the regional and
international environment, and so we believe that there is a true need to
revise the working mechanism of Iraqi embassies and representations in all
nations of the world, and appointing ambassadors and employees for the
diplomatic corps, also stressing on the importance of activating the work of
the diplomatic service in countering vexation from the countries supporting it
and publishing documents condemning these countries in the international forums
which should be an important part of the diplomatic functions of our
international missions. In addition to the optimal investment of partnerships,
the ones achieved and the ones to be achieved with some of the regional and
global powers for the best interest of our country, and activating Iraq’s presence within the international
organizations and agencies, as Iraq cannot play its vital regional and global
role without the presence of diplomatic action and great efforts in planning
and coordinating the foreign affairs.