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    Small blocs escalate their demands after the subordination of adults to amend the election law

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    Small blocs escalate their demands after the subordination of adults to amend the election law Empty Small blocs escalate their demands after the subordination of adults to amend the election law

    Post by Rocky Mon 07 Aug 2017, 2:12 am


    Small blocs escalate their demands after the subordination of adults to amend the election law


     Baghdad / Mohammed Sabah

    The meeting of the heads of blocs with the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri, ended the agreement to offer the formula of St. Leggo 1.7, submitted by the government previously, to vote. It was also agreed to re-vote on the requirement of university degree, in addition to the agreement to re-vote on the article on the number of candidates for each list in each province.
    But the small blocs, most notably virtue and the civil trend, threatened to boycott Monday's session and work to disrupt the quorum in the event of the adoption of the formula of St. Lego 1.4. She spoke of the continuing dispute over the requirement of university degree.
    In turn, the Liberal bloc, affiliated to the Sadrist movement, and other parliamentary blocs allied with it, is organizing open sit-ins within the House of Representatives if the large blocs adopt the formula of St. Lego 1.7 proposed by the government in the draft provincial elections law.
    "The meeting of the heads of blocs with the Speaker of the House of Representatives focused on finding consensual solutions on the reservations of small blocs on the system of St. Lego modified (1.9) to calculate the number of seats," says MP Zana Said, a member of the legal committee of the (range) The meeting discussed limiting the academic achievement of the candidate with a bachelor's degree.
    The Presidency of the House of Representatives held a meeting with the heads of parliamentary blocs in the Constitutional Hall, continued to yesterday evening, reviewed the overall differences that accompanied the passage of the provincial elections law.
    The House voted in last Tuesday's session on 21 articles out of 53 articles of the draft provincial elections law, after differences on a large number of articles, including the article on the Kirkuk provincial elections.
    Some blocs gathered signatures of fifty deputies with the aim of amending the paragraph on the St. Lego system (1.9) after the rejection it faced, since it served the large blocs at the expense of the small seeking to adopt the St. Lego Amendment (1.4).
    "The meeting concluded with the proposal of the government, which sets the system of calculating the seats of each list (1,7) to vote in today's meeting," said the Kurdish MP Said, but pointed to reservations expressed by small blocs on this agreement.
    The small blocs object to the House of Representatives, which did not offer all the proposals attached to Article (12) of the law of the provincial councils during the voting process, and only the offer of the first proposals of the adoption of large blocs, is the formula (1.9), and the second submitted by some political blocs and fell by voting.
    The parliamentary legal committee has guaranteed article 12 of the law of the provincial councils, four proposals, the first divides votes on the list (1,7), the second proposal by the large blocs divide the votes (1,9), and the third proposal of small blocs, which calls for the division of votes on (1) , 4), and fourth the calculation of seats on the basis of the first winner who received the highest votes in all lists in the constituency.
    The deputy Zana Said, "The problem lies in the House of Representatives, which presented the second and fourth proposal to vote and neglected the rest of the proposals, which is contrary to the rules of procedure," pointing out that "the second proposal got 117 votes."
    Article (124) of the House of Representatives' rules of procedure stipulates that "procedures relating to the discussion of draft laws shall apply to proposals relating to draft laws.
    Another member of the Legal Committee, confirming the agreement of the heads of blocs and the Speaker of the House of Representatives to present the government proposal, re-vote on the subject of the school certificate, and re-vote on the article on the number of candidates for each list in each province.
    Al-Fadhila refused to accept the two versions of St Lego (1,9) and (1.7), and considered that the two formulas wasted many votes for voters in favor of lists that were not elected.
    The head of the Virtue bloc MP Ammar Tohma, "We reiterate our rejection of the electoral system based on the electoral denominator (1,9) and also reject the adoption of denominator (1,7)," pointing to their rejection that "both systems lead to a great waste of votes and turn them into lists did not The voter intends to choose and lead to narrow political participation and the domination of political forces in force and close the opportunities for change and reform and the emergence of emerging political forces have the task of correcting mistakes and overcoming past failures.
    "The least that can be accepted as an electoral system is the denominator (1.4), which represents a middle point between the demands of the parties, although it does not represent our basic demand, which is likely to distribute the seats on the basis of the winners," Ammar Tohme said in a statement. Votes regardless of belonging to the list. "
    The member of the parliamentary committee Salim Shawqi, in a statement to (range), that "the parliament voted last week on an article in the provincial elections law calculated the number of candidates in each electoral list on the specific number of each province," pointing to "the existence of political blocs demanding a doubling The number of candidates compared to the numbers allocated to the province.
    The MP Salim Shawqi, "reservation of small blocs on this agreement, which occurred between the heads of parliamentary blocs and the Speaker of the House of Representatives on the re-vote on the government proposal," adding that "Parliament has committed a breach of law by neglecting some of the proposals and not to submit to the vote."
    In the same context, the head of the Warka Democratic Bloc Joseph Salwa (range), "The small blocs are still insisting on the presentation of the calculation of seats according to (1.4) to vote." "If our proposal does not get enough votes, we will turn to the government proposal (1.7) to vote on it," he said.
    The head of the Warka bloc, "in the event of failure to respond to the demands of small blocs, we will boycott the session Monday and seek to break the quorum." Salwa notes that "there are other differences that accompany the passage of the provincial elections law, which is the case of the certificate and limited by the bachelor," and refers to "the existence of claims to amend the inventory of the certificate of the candidate in the preparatory or equivalent."
    In the meantime, two deputies of the Liberal bloc announced the existence of preparations carried out by their bloc in coordination with some small blocs for the open sit-in in case the electoral system is not adopted to calculate the votes of lists according to the formula (1.4).
    "The Monday session will witness sharp differences between the large and small blocs that will lead us to organize the sit-in in the House of Representatives until we meet our demands to pass an electoral system that serves all segments of the people," the two deputies said.
    Sabah al-Saadi, head of the parliamentary reform bloc, said that "if there is agreement on the electoral system, the election law can not be passed in Monday's session because of the complex and strong differences that are the problem of Kirkuk."
    "The parliament and the political blocs are trying to solve the problem of the electoral system and calculating the number of seats for each list and the subject of the academic certificate," Saadi said in a statement.

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