Iraqi soldiers keep position during clashes with extremists from ISIS in the suburbs of Ramadi, the capital of Iraq's Anbar province, 120 kilometers west of Baghdad, on Feb. 2, 2016. / AFP / AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
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Iraq's Sunnis must be given a greater role in the political process of the war-torn country in order to prevent the possible rise of organizations even more extreme than ISIS, an Iraqi tribal leader told AFP Wednesday.It would put an end to job quotas for Sunnis and Shiites, boost anti-corruption efforts and investment in a non-sectarian army, fully review the Iraqi constitution and finally, launch a national reconciliation process overseen by the United Nations.According to PAFI, the al-Zoba tribe comprises both the Sunni and Shiite sects of Islam, and with around six million members is among the largest in Iraq, a country of 33.4 million people.
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