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    A sharp disagreement within the state of law about the seats of the Electoral Commission Council

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    A sharp disagreement within the state of law about the seats of the Electoral Commission Council Empty A sharp disagreement within the state of law about the seats of the Electoral Commission Council

    Post by Rocky Tue 29 Aug 2017, 3:01 am


    A sharp disagreement within the state of law about the seats of the Electoral Commission Council


     Baghdad / Mohammed Sabah

    On the sidelines of the dispute over the selection of candidates for the new Electoral Commission, there is a more complex dispute between the components of the coalition of the rule of law on some seats. As the Dawa party is fighting the Iraqi organization headed by Khudair Khuzaie, one of the seats of the rule of law with an independent bloc, led by Hussein al-Shahristani. With a similar dispute between the stream of wisdom and the Supreme Council on one of the seats, although some sources confirm the seat to the latter.


    The Sadrist bloc looks more comfortable after securing a seat for the candidate Karim al-Tamimi, but at the same time insists on denying her nomination for Tamimi.
    The Committee of Experts stresses the difficulty of passing the list of nine in the House of Representatives, and talks about 3 scenarios to get out of this impasse.
    Al-Mada has obtained the names of candidates for the new council of the Commission, namely: Riad Ghazi, Mu'tamad Na'ama and Hassan Salman, as candidates for the State of Law Coalition, in addition to Ahmad Jabbar as a candidate for the Supreme Council and Karim al-Tamimi as a candidate for the Liberal bloc. The list included Rizgar Huma, a candidate for the PUK bloc, Bayar Tahir Duski, a candidate for the Kurdistan Democratic Bloc, Ghassan Farhan and Maan Abdul-Marchein of the Union of Iraqi Forces. The list also includes a candidate for the Christian component (Aram), and a candidate for the Turkmen component (Matin Gadaregi), if the expansion of the Board of Commissioners of 11 members. On 21 August, the Presidency of the Council of Representatives postponed the presentation of the names of the nine candidates of the Electoral Commission Council to another notice. The decision came against the backdrop of verbal quarrels between Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and some MPs.
    The MP Kamel al-Zaidi, a member of the Committee of Experts, the complexity of the issue of selecting candidates for the Electoral Commission, especially "after the division of parliamentary blocs between those who support the passage of candidates and those who reject them," stressing that "the number of deputies opposed to the nine candidates more than the pro-blocs."
    "Most of the nine candidates are members of the Electoral Commission, who were pushed by the big influential blocs in order to ensure their representation in the new council," Zaidi said in a statement. He pointed to "the objection of some blocks on the lack of candidates to obtain the votes that qualify them to be on the final list."
    In this context revealed a deputy for the National Alliance for the escalation of disagreement within the last coalition on the candidates of the Electoral Commission. Pointing to the emergence of a dispute between the Dawa Party / the organization of Iraq, and a bloc independent of one of the three seats obtained by the coalition of the rule of law.
    "The three seats allocated to the rule of law, one of which will be the share of the Dawa Party, and the second was not decided between the independents led by Hussein al-Shahristani, and the bloc of the Dawa Party / Headed by Khudair Khuzaie, and the third to the Badr bloc divided between those who support the candidate Hassan Salman, and those who want another candidate named Ahmed Abdul Rahim.
    The source added that "there is another problem is the dispute between the stream of wisdom and the Supreme Council on the fourth seat in the new Commission for the National Alliance," noting that "the Liberal bloc did not enter into any conflicts or disputes with any party after the acceptance of its candidate Karim Tamimi and adoption within the final list".
    A member of the committee of experts Ali Shweileh defended the selection of the nine candidates. He considered that "what some MPs said that the new members of the Electoral Commission are the candidates of the political blocs and there is no independence in their choice, came against the background of political targeting." He pointed out that "the opposition MPs called for the nomination of the commissioners of their relatives and the committee refused."
    Commenting on the remarkable position of the Sadrist bloc to participate in the quota of the Council of the Commission, MP Awad Al-Awadi said that "these options belong to the Committee of parliamentary experts, which rely on professional assessments to grant grades to candidates." He added: "I do not have to be free bloc any candidate within the last list submitted to the presidency of the House of Representatives." "What we want and demand is the supervision of the judiciary and the United Nations on the work of the Electoral Commission to ensure the integrity of work and the results of the elections to prevent cases of fraud and manipulation," he said. The member of the Liberal bloc that "the candidate Karim Tamimi is submitted to the Committee of Experts, which checked his qualifications and granted him the grades that made him among the nine names that were submitted to the Presidency of the House of Representatives."
    In turn, rule out the Committee of Experts MP Zana Said, in his speech to (extent), the possibility of passing the names of the nine candidates to the Council of the Electoral Commission within the House of Representatives in view of objections by political parties to protest the marginalization by the large parliamentary blocs.
    "Said Said that" the Committee of parliamentary experts ended its work after having met forty candidates and handed over the results to the Presidency of Parliament, which was subject to the will of the large blocs through the nomination of nine people party, "but added that" the names of candidates is not final and can be discussed and dialogue between the various parliamentary blocs "He said. The MP expects the Kurdistan Islamic Group to be the Presidency of Parliament to return to the preliminary list submitted by the Committee of Experts, which includes the names of 15 candidates and the selection of 9 new candidates in agreement with all the parliamentary blocs. "The Rapporteur of the Committee of Experts on the existence of three scenarios currently being studied by the Presidency of the House of Representatives To end the dispute over the members of the Electoral Commission.
    "The first scenario is to vote individually on the 15 candidates, the second is to pass the proposed law to replace the Electoral Commission with seven judges, and the third scenario is to choose nine new names from the list of 30 candidates."
    "The Kurdish MP," the difficulty of passing the names chosen by the influential political blocs after increasing objections from the rest of the other blocks, "noting the" existence of a request of 90 MPs calling for the abolition of the results of the Committee of parliamentary experts, and will be discussed in the first session of the parliament after the holiday.
    Sources have revealed to the (extent) that the chairmanship of the committee of experts composed of President Amer al-Khazaali and Vice-President Salah al-Jubouri and Committee Rapporteur Zana Said held a meeting to select nine candidates out of more than thirty names qualified for the final stage.


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