[size=36]Tariq Harb: These are the reasons behind the refusal of the small constituencies[/size]
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, legal expert Tariq Harb identified six reasons behind the refusal of small electoral districts instead of the broad conservative constituency.
The striking example of a war in Baghdad to show the difference and representation between Constituency small or the so - called Judicial Department or one hundred thousand circle and the circle of electoral one? Is it one circle or multiple circles defined by the bill 246 circle rather than Baghdad be one department. "
He was considered that a number of negatives in the electoral districts multiple of them " to increase the division of Iraq as the one circle means one winner 's commitment to things small circle and is interested in Iraq , unlike those who are elected from Baghdad , it is more responsive to Iraq and not the small circle." he
also noted that in the small circle Iike N the influence of parties often while the influence of the parties have a little circle in the province. "
He pointed out that "the small circle adheres to the social aspect of the small circle, such as the sheikh of the clan and the clergyman, whereas these will have little influence in the large department of the province."
He believed that "money affects a lot in the small circle, but it has little effect in the province because it is wide."
He also pointed out that "forgery in the small circle can achieve its impact, but forgery is difficult for the results of the large conservative circle."
He also stressed that the party can control the election results in the small constituency because it can secure the election of its candidates, and this is absent or reduced when the constituency is large and conservative.
Harb suggested retiring the small electoral constituency and adopting the broad electoral constituency, such as the governorate, justifying that "the small constituency prevents the person known at the governorate level from reaching Parliament because the small constituency elects the person you know, so it is known nationally, legally, politically, medialy, and otherwise if it has the chance to reach Parliament in The constituency but has no luck in the multiple constituency. ”