[size=36]A deputy reveals the mechanism for selecting members of the Commission's Board of Commissioners: 11 judges from Baghdad and Kurdistan[/size]
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a deputy in the House of Representatives Legal Committee revealed, on Saturday, the mechanism for selecting members of the Board of Commissioners of the Electoral Commission.
Member of the Committee, Salim Hamza, said, "Parliament agreed that the Board of Commissioners of the Independent High Electoral Commission shall be composed of nine judges, five judges from Baghdad, two judges from the Kurdistan Region, and two members from the State Shura Council."
Hamza added, "The choice, according to the mechanism, begins with the opening of the Supreme Judicial Council for nomination for all who meet the conditions that will be announced in the coming days, whether it is in Baghdad or the Kurdistan region."
And the committee member continued, "The selection of the commissioners will be by lot and under the supervision of the members of the House of Representatives, the United Nations representative and political entities and all of the demonstrators and civil society organizations wanted to ensure that the winning candidate judges are impartial, independent and not affiliated with the Independent High Commission for Elections."
Among that "judges will present their names to the Judicial Council in accordance with the regulations that will announce the Judicial Council," pointing out that "filtering controls were not mentioned in the law and will establish a mechanism for the nomination later and these controls to be a friendly service in the judiciary and experience in human rights work in addition to full independence On the affiliation with any party or political party, and is attested to by his good conduct and behavior. ”Ended 29 / A 43