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    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Apr 2017, 3:31 pm

    The proposed amendment of the second amendment law to the law of the Electoral Commission to a next session to vote

    BAGHDAD - The Presidency of the House of Representatives announced on Tuesday the proposed amendment to the law of the Independent Electoral Commission for Elections No. 11 of 2007 in a future session for the purpose of voting on it in principle.
    Some MPs stressed the need to adopt a practical mechanism that can be applied to reform the Electoral Commission, proposing to set one session for each candidate or the status of a supervisory body to monitor the work of the Commission. The committee pointed out that the proposed law is of great importance in the electoral process and strengthening the independence of the Commission, "The problem of the Electoral Commission is focused on its administration, not only supervision of the electoral process, pointing out that the Commission is ready to receive proposals and ideas of ladies and gentlemen MPs to prepare the proposed law." AH

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