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    Newspaper: Political pressure to postpone parliamentary elections for at least six months

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    Newspaper: Political pressure to postpone parliamentary elections for at least six months Empty Newspaper: Political pressure to postpone parliamentary elections for at least six months

    Post by Rocky Mon 25 Dec 2017, 4:20 am

    Newspaper: Political pressure to postpone parliamentary elections for at least six months
    In the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  December 25, 2017


    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Al-Hayat newspaper reported on Monday political pressure to postpone the parliamentary elections for at least six months amid a clear political activity in recent weeks.
    "There is political pressure to postpone the parliamentary elections scheduled for mid-May for at least six months," the source said.
    "The two Kurdish parties do not want to run in the elections and have reaped the consequences of the failure of the referendum on secession, withdrawal from the disputed areas, and the inability of the Kurdistan Regional Government, which consists mainly of the KDP and the PUK, to provide salaries," the source said on condition of anonymity. "Adding that" Kurdish parties have recently emerged in the political arena began to gain popularity that may be reflected on the election results, including the New Generation Party. "
    "A wide range of Sunni parties believe that the time is not right to hold the elections on time," he said. "There are Sunni cities still suffering destruction and displacement, and they require more time before elections."
    "The deadline for the elections is still wobbly, but Baghdad and various provinces have seen clear political activism over the past weeks. Dozens of parties have announced their founding conferences, politicians have been active in visiting cities and villages and meetings with tribal sheikhs and clerics to conclude election deals."


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