KARBALA/ Aswat al-Iraq: Ayatollah Mohammed Taqi al-Mudarisi called Shiite renowned clergymen to be "out of solitude" and lead the country, which suffered for the last ten years.
In a statement, during his meeting with clergymen and civilian officials, that "ten years passed since toppling the previous regime, but the citizen did not feel any change in services and politics".
"We need wise and strong leadership to run the country and solve problems among politicians", he confirmed.
Shiite Najaf renowned clergymen tried to avoid directly interfering in Iraqi internal politics, but extended, sometime, advices in times of differences.
Shiite renowned clergyman Ali al-Sistani rejected, for the last year, receiving any of senior governmental officials and political circles.
Ayatollah Mudarisi is one of Shiite renowned clergymen, residing in Karbala.
Karbala, center of the province, lies 108 km south west of the capital, Baghdad.