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The parliamentary Integrity Committee on Saturday expressed its intention to add three paragraphs described as "mission" in the legislative elections, and the local in order to remove and remove corrupt parties, political figures and candidates of dual nationality.
"The laws of elections in Iraq started according to the whims of the political forces in line with their aspirations," said committee member Alia Nassif. "The law did not have a related article (from where do you have these parties), as is the case in the Integrity Commission Act."
She added that "many parties have large economic systems unknown funds and funding, although most of these parties linked to the countries of the region," explaining that "the election law did not have materials governing parties to be an internal agenda and punish if attended a meeting and set up a meeting abroad."
"The law also does not contain a clause prohibiting dual citizenship from running for elections," Nassif said. "These three paragraphs (where you get this, the external link and the second citizenship) will be included in electoral laws for the upcoming parliamentary or local elections."
Despite the amendments made by the Iraqi Council of Representatives in its last session on the law of legislative elections, but it is still witnessing many criticisms, especially after the announcement of the results of the May elections of 2018.