Al Nasr goals and obligations
Our Visions and Commitments

Al Nasr goals and obligations

Al Nasr Coalition aims to build a united state, a state of citizenship, institutions, and sovereignty, and to achieve this goal, Al Nasr emphasizes:

The commitment to the unity, sovereignty, independence, and integration of Iraq with the regional and international milieu, on the basis of its privacy and national interests, without dependency or looting.

The commitment to the constitution as a reference to the state, the commitment to the impartiality of the judiciary and its judgments to resolve constitutional disputes, to the peaceful transition of power through free and fair elections, the commitment to citizenship as a unit of legal political affiliation with full rights and duties, and to safeguarding human rights and political and civil liberties.

The commitment to establish an effective, vigorous, and firm government, and to stress that the government is responsible for extending security and protecting citizens, and prevents any military or armed presence outside the framework of law authority.

The commitment to reforming the country's policy, plans, and programs to ensure the adoption of a free and plural economy, enabling a modern and developed education system, free and responsible media, an effective civil society, and an active cultural, artistic, and sporting life.

The commitment to the regulations of professionalism, integrity, competence, transparency, and accountability in managing state institutions in accordance with the rules of good governance. The commitment to respect pluralism and the peculiarities of religions, nationalities, doctrines and ethnicities within the inclusive national identity, consolidate coexistence, tolerance, fraternity, and acceptance of the other regardless of their religion, nationality, sect, or ethnicity, combat terrorism and violence, facing the approach of takfir, sectarian incitement, racial discrimination, ethnic cleansing, and commitment to carry out projects of coexistence, inclusion, and community peace to ensure justice, equality, and rights for all.

The commitment to liberate the state and all its institutions from the ethnic sectarian partisan quotas system. The commitment to form the government on the basis of political and national merits in a way that guarantees national integration away from the monopoly of rule, marginalization or abhorrent quotas.

The commitment to comprehensive institutional reform, fighting corruption (including political prejudice, quotas and favoritism), and working to build and strengthen state institutions at the central and local levels.

The commitment to provide legislative and institutional protection to all Iraqi minorities for their religious, national, sectarian, and ethnic diversity, and to ensure that no exclusion, marginalization, or aggression is practiced against them, that they are compensated and returned to their areas of residence, and that their religious and civil privacy is respected. The commitment to returning the displaced, enabling stability and comprehensive reconstruction.

The commitment to protecting and strengthening the role of Iraqi women, preventing all forms of discrimination against them, and adopting mechanisms that are in line with the National Action Plan for Security Council Resolution 1325. Emphasizing the implementation of decisions to prevent violence against women, the national strategy for the advancement of women, and the national strategy for the development of rural women and the empowerment of women by forming a special fund, by empowering and supporting women, providing them with equal employment opportunities, spreading the culture of gender and human rights, and ensuring fair representation and participation of women. The commitment to children's rights and implement their own international human rights charters. Ensuring the rights of juveniles and the elderly and their legislative protection, and affirming the goals of the Law of Care of People with Special Needs No. 38 of 2013.

The commitment to the advancement of the education, culture, media, arts, and sports sectors and adopt them as incubators to reproduce society and enhance their values, creativity, resources, and infrastructure.


Based on these obligations, Al Nasr Movement, through its positions in society, state, and government, works to:

First: Completing the tasks of building a just, successful, and strong state, organizing relations on a constitutional and legal basis with Kurdistan region and the governorates of Iraq, supporting the decentralized approach to the administrative and financial structures of the state, preserving the unity of the state and extending its federal powers over all its grounds.

Second: Completing the structural reforms in state institutions to develop their performance, including fighting corruption, waste and transgression of public funds, developing state institutions including military and security institutions, imposing security in cities to establish stability in accordance with the law, preventing any weapon outside the state's authority and powers, and limiting any abuse on the state sovereign internally and externally.

  Third: Completing the tasks of service structures for all the cities of Iraq, especially the most disadvantaged and affected, including the return of the displaced, the construction and reconstruction of cities, and addressing the remnants of terrorism. Developing the performance and services of state institutions related to youth groups as a basis to be adopted by development and job creation. Activating rehabilitation and insurance programs related to the sacrificed, marginalized, and poor groups with special needs, and moving on with community coexistence projects to establish stability and sustainable peace.

Fifth: Completing the progress of the state's sectors: economic, financial, commercial, industrial, agricultural, educational, and comprehensive development, according to the principles of good governance. And the continuation of the policy of openness and integration with the world to serve our security, economy, and interests without engaging in the policy of axes.