Iraq's populist Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has tweeted a set of “brotherly advices” to Prime Minister Adil Abd al-Mahdi that would aid him in his work.
Sadr said these pieces of advice are popular demands that both his Sadrist movement and Iraq citizens have been calling.
The Iraqi cleric demanded Abd al-Mahdi to stick to dependency and avoid inclining towards other parties, or Iraq will be turned into a deep state.
He called upon the prime minister to pay extra attention to the services improvement file that is still is still lagging and almost non-existent.
He further called Abd al-Mahdi to follow up on the corruption fighting plan, pointing out that silence over corruption is deemed a contribution to this corruption.
Finally, Sadr stressed that preserving the stature of the state, its security foundation and the dependency of state decisions will boost the Iraqi sovereignty significantly, stressing that figures with foreign affiliations must be punished.