The Department of Rituals, Processions and Hussayni Institutions in the Holy Shrines of the Imam al-Hussayn and al-Abbas (peace be upon both of them) held a deliberative meeting with the officials of the representatives of the Hussayni Processions, and the units not affiliated with a representation in a number of governorates, in the Hall of Al-Qasim (peace be upon him) in the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, in the presence of its Deputy Secretary General Abbas Musa Ahmed, its board of directors member; Mr. Mustafa Dia-Uddeen, and the head of the aforementioned department; Haj Riad Ni'mah Al-Salman.
This meeting complements the expanded meeting that took place earlier last year, which aims to advance the work of these representations and units in the organizational and administrative side.
According to what Haj Riad Ni'mah al-Salman explained to the al-Kafeel Network, he said: “The meeting was attended by more than (30) representatives and unit officials, and they listened to the results achieved from the previous meeting, such as the work of organizing new identities and updating their database, as well as the most important obstacles facing the work of these representations and units, and exchanging views between the two sides."
He added: "A summary of the issues was concluded, the most important of which is holding periodic meetings every three months, to determine what has been achieved in each meeting, in addition to recording all observations, needs and obstacles that were discussed in this meeting, in order to present them to the relevant authorities and work to implement the necessary and important matters. In addition to working to overcome what hinders the implementation of any activity in a way that contributes to and ensures the course in the right direction, in the service of the Hussayni cause and contributing to its manifestation in the manner that befits it, as the organizational aspect is its backbone."
Al-Salman concluded his speech: “There was a great response and interaction by the attendees, and the proposal was objective amid the emphasis on the continuation of these meetings as agreed upon.”