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    70 An amendment to the electoral law would favor the postponement scenario

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    70 An amendment to the electoral law would favor the postponement scenario Empty 70 An amendment to the electoral law would favor the postponement scenario

    Post by Rocky Mon 15 Jan 2018, 1:52 am

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    70 An amendment to the electoral law would favor the postponement scenario


     Baghdad / Mohammed Sabah 

    The House of Representatives postponed, yesterday, to resolve the dates of the elections to the meeting next Thursday. In the meantime, some MPs are likely to adopt the secret vote to avoid embarrassment blocks in front of the masses, especially after the widening circle of claimants to postpone.
    The Legal Committee revealed that it had received 70 proposed amendments to the electoral law and considered that the time was not sufficient to finalize those proposals.
    The Kurdish forces demanded that Iraq be a single electoral district, and adopt the results of the winning candidate, in addition to its demand to isolate the province of Halabja from Sulaymaniyah.
    The Electoral Commission, in November last year, the Presidency of the House of Representatives to accelerate the legislation of the provincial elections and the Parliament in a period not exceeding mid-December last, warning that the delay of their legislation will pay to work in accordance with the laws in force.
    "The committee has received more than seventy proposals submitted by members and parliamentary blocs requesting the amendment of the law of the elections of the House of Representatives," said MP Zana Said, a member of the Legal Committee, "stressing the need of the Legal Committee for lengthy sessions to discuss these proposals and include them in the draft law.
    A member of the Kurdistan Islamic Group bloc that "Kurdish forces demand that Iraq be a single constituency and the adoption of the results of the winning candidate and not the winning list in accordance with the sequence of candidates the highest Voices, and demands the separation Halabja as a province of the city of Sulaymaniyah, and determine the number of seats.
    "We can not delete any proposal signed by 100 deputies, so it must be reviewed and discussed in the Legal Committee to be included in the draft law on the elections of the House of Representatives." He stressed that "these proposals will all be put to vote within the voting session for their sense."
    The Electoral Commission sent to the Legal Committee several proposed amendments to the electoral law in order to enter into Law No. 45 of 2013 in force.
    The MP Zana Said that "the legal committee is not prepared to present the law of the election of the House of Representatives to vote," expected "to resort to parliamentary blocs to a secret ballot to vote on the dates of the proposed elections, to avoid embarrassment to the masses."
    The Kurdish MP added that "the parliament will vote in the next Thursday on two options, the first is the government's proposal, which set on 12 May next date for the elections, and the second proposal submitted by the Sunni forces to postpone the elections for a period of not less than six months, "He said.
    The Sunni forces are holding intensive meetings with their Shiite counterpart to persuade them to postpone the parliamentary elections for six months, citing the return of displaced families to their liberated cities.
    "There are a large number of forces of the National Alliance with the postponement of the elections because they believe the conditions are not appropriate to hold the ballot in the month of May next," said MP Dhafer al-Ani, a leader of the Union of Iraqi Forces. But al-Ani declined to mention the names of Shiite factions and factions that support the postponement of the elections.
    The leader of the Union of Forces, "after the electoral coalition and the confusion that accompanied it, all the Shiite parties are weak and trying to ditch and join groups that bear arms," ​​adding that "these alliances did not give the incentive for the children of the center and the south to participate in the upcoming elections.
    Al-Ani believes that "the motives for postponement have become greater than the past by virtue of the political movement witnessed by these electoral alliances," saying that "quite a few parties and large Shiite components are now supporting the postponement of the next elections."
    A member of the Union of Forces that "the government to begin the return of displaced people and the closure of the offices of armed groups," adding that "the credibility of Prime Minister Haider Abadi is at stake."
    MP Zafer al-Ani stressed that "the chances of postponing the elections are no less than the chances of holding them on the dates set by the government next May."
    In this context, the heads of parliamentary blocs, during a meeting held in the Constitutional Hall, discussed the dates of the ballot and the legislation of the election law, and the meeting came out with an agreement to postpone the introduction of voting on the date of elections to Thursday session after it was scheduled to be presented in Sunday's session.
    "The heads of the parliamentary blocs agreed to postpone the discussion of the law of elections to the House of Representatives to the next Thursday and vote on the dates set by the government or not," said MP Kazem al-Shammari, head of the parliamentary parliamentary bloc.
    Al-Shammari stressed that "there are no differences between the political forces to enact the law of the elections of the House of Representatives except the dates of the ballot," pointing out that "the Union of Sunni forces and some Kurdish parties with the postponement of the upcoming elections because of the displaced and return to their cities." "These forces demand a postponement of no more than one year and not less than six months, but have not yet talked about specific dates," he said.
    The head of the Iyad Allawi's bloc that "all these problems and differences will be discussed at the meeting next Thursday to take the appropriate decision."
    Shammari said that "the heads of blocs have not yet agreed on the adoption of secret ballot to resolve the timing of the elections, which will be set in the meeting next Thursday."

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