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    Revealing an electoral code of honor "Iraqi - UN"

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    Post by Rocky Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:36 am


    Revealing an electoral code of honor "Iraqi - UN"

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    The leaders of the blocs and political forces, after strenuous negotiations, mediated by the United Nations and Western experts, reached an "electoral code of honor" that provided for 24 items to govern the legislative elections scheduled for next May, including "condemning any sectarian or ethnic discourse" and " , As well as "refrain from using means of pressure such as threats or incitement or forcing voters to vote."
    The three-page document, published by Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper, called for "neutralizing the security file and not using it for electoral purposes" before the vote, while in the "post-election phase" it urged the parties to sign it " The peaceful transfer of power "and the acceptance of the results of the elections and the involvement of the parties« in the form of immediate preparation for the formation of a new government according to the Constitution ».
    It also included a mechanism to implement the Charter through the formation of committees of representatives of the forces and the High Electoral Commission and the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) and held a meeting once a week or every two weeks, leaving the door open for meetings with leaders of political forces in cases of necessity.
    This document is a summary of work behind closed doors between Western experts and Iraqi political figures, which included a meeting in Baghdad in mid-January after a year and a half of discussions involving representatives of the main political groups and personalities: Mohammad Nouri Abed Rabbo (Saad al-Bazaz-Independent) Raed Al-Dahlaki (Saleh Al-Mutlaq), Khalid Mufraji (Osama Al-Nujaifi), Saal Al-Azzawi (Khamis Khangar), Farah Zubaidi (Salim Al-Jubouri), Mohammed Karbouli , Abdul Karim al-Naqib (Hammam Hamoudi), Amir Kanani (Muqtada al-Sadr), Mohammed al-Shammari (Ammar Hakim), adding To the representative of President Fuad Masum.
    A meeting was held in Baghdad between the participants of the European Union, Sweden, Italy, Norway, France, Britain and Germany. Some participants expressed the importance of including the Kurds in the process. Another meeting took place in Brussels in mid-February to discuss the proposal to draft an electoral document With the participation of a wider spectrum of political forces.
    As soon as Iraq was ready for elections in May, the focus was on providing a positive atmosphere. UN Representative Jan Kubic quickly adopted the initiative and provided it with the international cover to push the forces and political blocs to sign a document that would be a reference to the voting process.
    President Fuad Masum, parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi are to announce the so-called "Electoral Charter of Honor" between September 6 and 9, ahead of the April 10 election campaign, which will last a month before the polls begin on May 12. Ending / 25

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    [Asharq Al-Awsat] Representatives of the leaders of blocs and political forces in Iraq after difficult negotiations, mediated by the United Nations and Western experts, reached an electoral code of honor, which stipulated 24 items governing the legislative elections scheduled for next May.

    The three-page document stressed the need to "neutralize the security file and not to use it for electoral purposes" prior to the ballot. In the post-election phase, it urged the parties to sign the "peaceful transfer of power" and accept the results of the elections and the parties' Immediate preparation for the formation of a new government according to the Constitution ».

    It also included a mechanism to implement the Charter through the formation of committees of representatives of the forces and the High Electoral Commission and the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) and held a meeting once a week or every two weeks, leaving the door open for meetings with leaders of political forces in cases of necessity.

    This document is a summary of work behind closed doors between Western experts and Iraqi political figures, which included a meeting in Baghdad in mid-January after a year and a half of discussions involving representatives of the main political groups and personalities: Mohammad Nouri Abed Rabbo (Saad al-Bazaz-Independent) Raed al-Dahlaki (Saleh al-Mutlaq), Khalid al-Mufraji (Osama al-Najafi), Salim al-Zubaidi (Salim al-Jubouri), Mohammed al-Karbouli (Jamal Karbouli) , Abd al-Karim al-Naqib (Hammam Hamoudi), Amir al-Kanani (Muqtada al-Sadr), Muhammad al-Shammari (Ammar Hakim) Addition to the representative of President Fuad Masum.

    A meeting was held in Baghdad between the participants of the European Union, Sweden, Italy, Norway, France, Britain and Germany. Some participants expressed the importance of including the Kurds in the ongoing process. Another meeting was held in Brussels in mid-February to discuss the proposal to draft an electoral document, Broader than political forces.

    As Iraq was heading for an election in May, emphasis was placed on providing a positive atmosphere. UN Representative Jan Kubić soon adopted the initiative and provided the international cover to push the forces and political blocs to sign a document that would be the reference to the voting process.

    President Masoum, Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and Prime Minister Haider Abbadi are to announce the so-called Electoral Charter of Honor between September 6 and 9, ahead of campaigning on April 10, a month before the polls start on May 12.

    Here is the draft document:

    Electoral Charter of Honor in Iraq

    The representatives of the coalitions and political parties signed below agreed on the electoral code of honor to abide by the following rules: The following is a list of the following:

    General principles

    1. To respect and promote the democratic rights of all people in honest and free competition, equal opportunities for all candidates and members of competing political parties, and to work freely in national and local space to promote their electoral programs and multi-partyism; and everyone has the right to stand and to be elected without any hindrance or effect.

    2. The full belief that everyone has the right to conduct all electoral, educational and training activities necessary for the success of their electoral campaigns without any hindrance.

    3 - Condemn any sectarian or ethnic speech targeting any of the components of the Iraqi people, and hold accountable anyone who does it according to the law, and work to adopt the moderate rhetoric away from the spasm and sectarian injection and promote tolerance.

    4 - Rejection of violence in all its forms and to address any phenomenon or practice aimed at rupture unity and national unity, and work in a team spirit and the commitment of laws to address any phenomenon affecting the integrity of the electoral process.

    5 - Emphasize the candidates to act as statesmen, and respect the contestants in the elections each other, away from the methods of doping, defamation and defamation, and that strategic campaigns and programs focus on Iraq's higher interests.

    6 - Provide a model in the sense of democracy and national, and not to employ sectarianism, ethnic or ethnic, and the emphasis on freedom of competition and dialogue on the basis of electoral programs.

    7 - Belief in the right to win and win votes for each candidate or coalition, and not to engage in fraud, encouragement or promotion through various means.

    8 - Respect for the voice of the voter as a sacred right and not to neglect or rob him by influencing the observers and workers in the electoral centers.

    9. Prohibiting the use of political violence, preventing the direct or hidden threat among the contestants in the elections, considering it to be a means of political blackmail, and allowing all candidates to carry out their electoral campaigns unhindered or threatened.

    Media and social media

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    [*]Commitment to freedom of the press, human rights, democracy, the rule of law and equality of all before the law.

    [*]Believing in the rights of all to obtain equal opportunities in the media and broadcast, and that the official Iraqi media network open and fair to all candidates, and the use of electoral propaganda so as not to harm the participants in the elections and recognition of political pluralism.

    [*]Not to use the media and social networking to target or drip competitors, and adopt a constructive dialogue a single way to address any imbalance faced by the electoral process. And calling on the official and non-official media to investigate the accuracy and commitment to professional journalism without prejudice.

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    Independent High Electoral Commission

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    [*]Not to interfere in the activities and functions of the Independent High Electoral Commission, while supporting international efforts to monitor the electoral process.

    [*]All are committed to supporting the IHEC in carrying out its responsibilities and procedures towards all candidates in a transparent manner to investigate complaints submitted to it in accordance with the laws in force.

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    Respect for state institutions, feelings and sanctities

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    [*]Compliance with law and order and respect for the independence of the judiciary.

    [*]The Federal Government shall take all measures to facilitate the unrestricted access of voters to polling stations and to provide security for them.

    [*]Not to use the country's human or financial resources to promote a coalition or list or candidate, especially since many of the competitors occupy positions and senior positions in the state.

    [*]Neutralize the security file as a state file, not use it for electoral purposes, and refrain from raids and arrests for political or electoral purposes, and limited to those who have evidence of criminal and judicial orders.

    [*]Refrain from using means of pressure, such as threats, incitement, purchase of receivables, or forcing voters or state officials to vote for a particular interest.

    [*]Respect for the feelings and sanctities of all religions and sects, and the non-use of religion or religious symbols of the electoral advocate or political recruitment. Religious platforms can be used to encourage citizens to exercise their constitutional and legal right to choose their representatives in the House of Representatives.

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    Post-election phase

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    [*]Commitment to the principle of peaceful transfer of power and democratic practice and acceptance of the results of the elections after the formal endorsement by the Independent High Electoral Commission and the Federal Supreme Court, and adherence to constitutional time frames in the rotation of power.

    [*]Call on all parties to engage immediately in the preparation for the formation of the new Iraqi government in accordance with constitutional frameworks, and based on the results of the elections. Therefore, the signatories of this Charter call upon all entities and candidates to participate in it and abide by its rules in order to respect the sacrifices of the Iraqi people and the blood of its martyrs and wounded.

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    Implementation of the Charter

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    [*]Formation of a follow-up committee - a joint operations room composed of representatives of entities signatories to this Charter, with the participation of a representative of the Independent High Commission and the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).

    [*]Meets - weekly or fortnightly - to:

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    a. And to prevent the occurrence of any defect or attempt to falsify the will of the voter or blackmail voters and candidates.

    B. To address any obstacles to its implementation.

    T. The Committee is entitled to call the leaders' meeting whenever it is unable to address any emergency problems.

    W. The Committee shall submit a recommendation to the party which does not comply with the Charter in accordance with the law.




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    Revealing an electoral code of honor "Iraqi - UN" Empty Leaders of blocs and political forces sign "Charter of Honor" under the auspices of the United Natio

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    Leaders of blocs and political forces sign "Charter of Honor" under the auspices of the United Nations .. These details
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    BAGHDAD / The leaders of blocs and political forces and the three presidencies in Iraq signed a charter for the honor of elections under the auspices of the United Nations, where the draft charter included 24 items governing the legislative elections scheduled for next May.
    Below is the text of the draft charter of electoral honor in Iraq:
     
    The representatives of the coalitions and political parties signed below agreed on the electoral code of honor to abide by the following rules: The following is a list of the following:
    General principles
    1. To respect and promote the democratic rights of all people in honest and free competition, equal opportunities for all candidates and members of competing political parties, and to work freely in national and local space to promote their electoral programs and multi-partyism; and everyone has the right to stand and to be elected without any hindrance or effect.
    2. The full belief that everyone has the right to conduct all electoral, educational and training activities necessary for the success of their electoral campaigns without any hindrance.
    3 - Condemn any sectarian or ethnic speech targeting any of the components of the Iraqi people, and hold accountable anyone who does it according to the law, and work to adopt the moderate rhetoric away from the spasm and sectarian injection and promote tolerance.
    4 - Rejection of violence in all its forms and to address any phenomenon or practice aimed at rupture unity and national unity, and work in a team spirit and the commitment of laws to address any phenomenon affecting the integrity of the electoral process.
    5 - Emphasize the candidates to act as statesmen, and respect the contestants in the elections each other, away from the methods of doping, defamation and defamation, and that strategic campaigns and programs focus on Iraq's higher interests.
    6 - Provide a model in the sense of democracy and national, and not to employ sectarianism, ethnic or ethnic, and the emphasis on freedom of competition and dialogue on the basis of electoral programs.
    7 - Belief in the right to win and win votes for each candidate or coalition, and not to engage in fraud, encouragement or promotion through various means.
    8 - Respect for the voice of the voter as a sacred right and not to neglect or rob him by influencing the observers and workers in the electoral centers.
    9. Prohibiting the use of political violence, preventing the direct or hidden threat among the contestants in the elections, considering it to be a means of political blackmail, and allowing all candidates to carry out their electoral campaigns unhindered or threatened.
    Media and social media
    10. Commitment to freedom of the press, human rights, democracy, the rule of law and equality of all before the law.
    11. Believing in the rights of all to obtain equal opportunities in the broadcast and media, and that the official Iraqi media network open and fair to all candidates, and the use of electoral propaganda so as not to harm the participants in the elections and recognition of political pluralism.
    12. Not to use the media and social networking to target or dribble competitors, and to adopt constructive dialogue a single way to address any imbalance faced by the electoral process. And calling on the official and non-official media to investigate the accuracy and commitment to professional journalism without prejudice.
    Independent High Electoral Commission
    13. Not to interfere in the activities and functions of the Independent High Electoral Commission, while supporting international efforts to monitor the electoral process.
    14. Everyone is committed to supporting the Independent Electoral Commission in carrying out its responsibilities and procedures towards all candidates in a transparent manner to investigate complaints submitted to it in accordance with the laws in force.
    Respect for state institutions, feelings and sanctities
    15. Adhering to law and order and respecting the independence of the judiciary.
    16. The Federal Government shall take all measures to facilitate the unrestricted access of voters to polling stations and to provide security protection for them.
    17. Not to use the state's human or financial resources to promote a coalition or list or candidate, especially since many of the competitors occupy positions and senior positions in the state.
    18. Neutralize the security file as a state file, not use it for electoral purposes, and refrain from raids and arrests for political or electoral purposes, and confined to those who have evidence of criminal and judicial orders.
    19. Refrain from using means of pressure, such as threats, incitement, purchase of receivables or forcing voters or state officials to vote for a particular interest.
    20. Respect for feelings and sanctities of all religions and sects, and not to use religion or religious symbols of the electoral advocate or political recruitment. Religious platforms can be used to encourage citizens to exercise their constitutional and legal right to choose their representatives in the House of Representatives.
    Post-election phase
    21. Commitment to the principle of peaceful transfer of power and democratic practice and acceptance of the results of the elections after the formal endorsement by the Independent High Electoral Commission and the Federal Supreme Court, and commitment to constitutional time frames in the circulation of power.
    22. Call on all parties to engage immediately in preparation for the formation of the new Iraqi government in accordance with constitutional frameworks, and based on the results of the elections. Therefore, the signatories of this Charter call upon all entities and candidates to participate in it and abide by its rules in order to respect the sacrifices of the Iraqi people and the blood of its martyrs and wounded.
    Implementation of the Charter
    23. Formation of a follow-up committee - a joint operations room composed of representatives of entities signatories to this Charter, with the participation of a representative of the Independent High Commission and the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).
    24. Meet - weekly or fortnightly - to:
    a. And to prevent the occurrence of any defect or attempt to falsify the will of the voter or blackmail voters and candidates.
    B. To address any obstacles to its implementation.
    T. The Committee is entitled to call the leaders' meeting whenever it is unable to address any emergency problems.
    W. The Committee shall submit a recommendation to the party which does not comply with the Charter in accordance with the law.


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