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Deputy: Commission's new law rededicates quotas and will face objections

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Post by rocky on Mon 18 Nov 2019, 2:01 pm


Deputy: Commission's new law rededicates quotas and will face objections

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Wisdom MP Asaad al-Morshedi, on Monday, the new electoral commission law, which Parliament intends to read tomorrow's session as a re-dedication of quotas again, indicating that the law will face many objections.
Al-Murshidi told Al-Maalouma that "the purpose of the new Commission law is to cancel the quota in the current Commission, and this is what some of the blocs and parties have been finding during the past days."
He added that "the draft law of the new Commission, which Parliament intends to read tomorrow's first reading renewed the dedication of quotas and did not bring new," noting that "one paragraph of the new law to allocate three judges members of the Board of Commissioners of seven members."
He explained that "the three judges stipulated the law that one of them from the Kurdistan region," pointing out that "this requirement will push the demands of other components of membership in the Commission."
He continued that "the law will face many objections as it re-quotas again and bring a Commission does not differ from the current."


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