[size=36]Sadr sends a message to the House of Representatives on the election law[/size]
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the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, sent a message to the parliament on Tuesday regarding the election law, which it is hoped to vote on during the parliament session tomorrow, Wednesday.
The one close to Al-Sadr, Saleh Muhammad Al-Iraqi, said, quoting him: “Tomorrow you are at stake ... and are obligated before God and before the people to vote for what benefits the people.” He added, “So I suggest the following: First: What is related to the election law: so that it will have multiple constituencies With an individual nomination of 100% for each governorate, taking into consideration the number of souls. "
And the text of Al-Sadr, by "canceling the vote abroad, even if temporarily, or checking it well, or by helping them to vote inside Iraq as much as possible, as well as hardening regarding the vote of the security authorities."
He added: "Secondly: What concerns the provincial councils, as follows: Each governorate elects only three people. They are: the governor, his deputy, and the president of the provincial council ... and in turn, they form the governorate council and laws that benefit the people and an organized administrative structure."
He concluded by saying: "As far as I know, this is satisfactory to the people," threatening to say: "In the event of non-voting or procrastination ... the people will say their word
The Media Department of the House of Representatives published the agenda of Wednesday's session, which includes a vote on the House of Representatives election bill. Ended 6/29 n