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    National Alliance calls for changing the Electoral Commission through the Committee of Experts

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    National Alliance calls for changing the Electoral Commission through the Committee of Experts Empty National Alliance calls for changing the Electoral Commission through the Committee of Experts

    Post by Rocky Tue Feb 14, 2017 3:12 pm

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    Adherence to the National Alliance to change the Electoral Commission through the Committee of Experts set up by Parliament recently, stressing the need to exit the electoral law just preserves the sound. 
    The National Alliance , expressed regret for the events that accompanied the demonstrations on Saturday, calling on the government to expedite action in the investigation of the events of violence. 
    A statement from the Office of the Prime Alliance Ammar al - Hakim, received (range) a copy of it, that " the political body of the National Alliance held its regular meeting and discussed the most prominent political and military developments in Iraq and the region." 
    They discussed, according to the statement, "intensive preparations to complete the liberation of the city of Mosul, stressing the importance of attention to post - military victory where the security challenge and the return of terrorism to their old practices across the sleeper cells and the targeting of civilians in crowded places, while participants discussed the results of the visit of the National Alliance delegation to the Kurdistan region and the possibility of removing differences through and resorting to the Constitution and the law of dialogue. " 
    The statement added that " the meeting discussed the upcoming elections file and stressed the importance of electoral practice Kasb head of the democratic process", stressing " the necessity of activating the Expert Committee in the Iraqi parliament and speed up procedures for selecting a new Commission and the importance of going out the law just saves a vote and noted the nature of the parliamentary political system." 
    They assembled for "regret and sorrow for the events that accompanied the protests last Saturday and Trahmt for the souls of the victims of the security forces and civilians," stressing that "pretend right guaranteed by the constitution." 
    He called on participants, according to the statement, " the demonstrators to maintain order and to public and private funds and interests of citizens, and to be careful of infiltrators who Iromon prejudice Bslmah demonstrations." The political body of the National Alliance and called for "taking into account the challenges faced by the country in its fight against Daesh terrorist gangs" , demanding to "accelerate the investigation initiated by the government in the events that accompanied the recent demonstration and display the results as soon as procedures and provide for people with health care in these events." He noted the National Alliance , a statement that " the alliance delegation visits to central and southern governorates were the focus of a deep debate within the political body where the participants stressed the importance of communicating with our people and hear people 's concerns and administrative and security leaders and work to resolve them in cooperation with the committees coalition in parliament or in the cabinet with all potential available. " In a related development , the UN mission in Iraq , condemned the armed attack on the Independent Electoral Commission 's office in Basra province on Sunday. A statement by the UN mission, I got (range) a copy of it on Monday, " The UNAMI condemns the attack in the early morning of the first Sunday, targeting the Electoral Commission Office of the elections in Basra, where unidentified gunmen opened fire on the office." 
    The security committee in the Basra Governorate Council announced, on Sunday, exposure of the Independent Electoral Commission building area Ataiwash the center of Basra, to the fire by an unidentified gunman, noting that the incident caused a burning civilian wheel without causing any casualties. 
    The mission considered in its statement that " the use of force and any threat to use violence against the Commission and its staff is unacceptable and should not be allowed to happen , " pointing out that " the Commission is one of the institutions that make up the basic elements of democratic and constitutional order in Iraq." 
    And it called on the United Nations mission , " the authorities to do their utmost to investigate the incident and take immediate action to prevent any further attacks or any threat to use violence against the safety and security of the Commission and its staff." She urged UNAMI , "the House of Representatives to complete a review of the elections , which are currently being discussed laws, and the laws of the Commission and to complete the work of the committee charged with choosing the next Board of Commissioners followed so the principles of democracy and the rule of law in response to the wishes of many Iraqis seeking to introduce real reform of the electoral process and its institutions." 
    In a related context, the election commission confirmed, yesterday, the United Nations support for its work. 
    A statement by the Commission, received (range), a copy of it yesterday, that " the meeting took place, on Monday, the representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations in Iraq , Jan Kubis , " with the election commission, noting that " the United Nations has confirmed its continued support for the Board of Commissioners and staff of the Electoral Commission ". 
    And the transfer of the Commission statement on Kubiš confirmed "continued support for the Board of Commissioners in the exercise of his functions in accordance with the timings of time set forth in the Commission Act , " and expressed "understanding of the pressures exerted on the Board of Commissioners and its deep concern for the threats that made it to the members of the Council and to the Commission staff." 
    The Council of the Electoral Commission called on the security authorities to protect their employees and the headquarters of its offices in Baghdad and other provinces, from attempts to "some lurking." And called on the Commission, in a statement seen by the (range) , "government and security all sides to maintain their offices and their staff in Baghdad and the provinces of some lurking who are trying to confuse and offend demonstrations through their participation and not to politicize the demonstrations by any political party in order to preserve the constitutional process institutions democracy. "

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