The member of "Al Nasr Coalition" Hamza Al-Hardan confirms Al Nasr's rejection of the generalization and judgments in which Mr. Al-Kadhimi describes the governments that preceded his, and sees them as unfair to the criteria of objective evaluation, and a consolidation of political nihilism.
Al-Hardan wondered according to what criterion it is acceptable to say: "Previous governments drugged the people and evaded responsibility".
This is not the first time that he uses a single scale to measure the weights of performance and achievement, as Mr. Al-Kadhimi has always emphasized the same description and evaluation on different occasions, and here he looks with one eye to all governments on their diversity, and this approach is not consistent with the standards of objective and fair evaluation. Mr. Al-Kadhimi should know that there are governments that have had all the ingredients for success, but they have failed, and there is a government that only has factors of failure, ruin, and bankruptcy, but it succeeded. Exporting the work of this government is not at the expense of historical facts, as this undermines the successes of a country before it is an injustice against a government-political leadership that managed and won a global battle for the benefit of the people and the state, and Mr. Al-Kahimi himself was part of its phase.