Stressed the importance of the independence of the Electoral Commission
BAGHDAD - morning
Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Rose Nuri Shaways with the head of the World Bank mission Marie-Helene financial and banking sector in Iraq, as discussed with the head of the Electoral Commission for elections Serbst Mustafa problems and constraints faced by the Commission.
A statement by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister had received "morning," a copy of it, that "Shaways received at his office in Baghdad, President of the World Bank mission Mary Helen was during a meeting to review and revise the most important topics discussed in the meetings with the World Bank held in Washington during the chairing Shaways delegation financially investment commercially during the current month of March during his recent visit to the United States of America. "
He added that "the two sides discussed the topic of financial and banking sector in Iraq and its importance and ways to promote it and develop it for the contribution effective in building and construction, and the rest of the other areas and assistance provided by the World Bank, including the needs of training cadres functional Iraqi middle and upper."
In addition, the Deputy Prime Minister discussed with the head of the Electoral Commission for elections Serbst Mustafa problems and constraints faced by the Commission.
A statement to the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister had received "morning," a copy of it, that "Shaways received at his office in Baghdad, President of the Commission and took place during a meeting to discuss preparations and preparations carried out by the Electoral Commission, the parliamentary elections next was discussed in the problems and obstacles faced by the Commission in its work" .
He added that "Shaways praised the efforts made by the Commission for the success of these elections and stressed the independence of the work of the Commission to ensure fair and transparent elections fair and reflect the aspirations of the Iraqi people with all its components."
The Electoral Commission for elections, announced last Tuesday that members of the Board of Commissioners submitted their resignations to the President of the Board of Commissioners, to their exposure to the great pressure caused by the conflict between the legislature and the judiciary on the exclusion of candidates.
The Commission announced the agreement with the House of Representatives to withdraw his decision not to exclude the legislative candidates.
The House of Representatives has passed at its March 19 of the current [legislative decision] required the election commission not to exclude any candidate from contesting the upcoming parliamentary elections with the exception of the provisions of p eremptory issued against them.
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