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A deputy clarifies the most important political problems in the parliamentary elections law

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A deputy clarifies the most important political problems in the parliamentary elections law Empty A deputy clarifies the most important political problems in the parliamentary elections law

Post by rocky on Fri 13 Dec 2019, 1:26 am


A deputy clarifies the most important political problems in the parliamentary elections law

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On Friday, the MP from the Alliance of Riyad Al-Masoudi clarified the most important political problems in the new parliamentary elections law, indicating that there are many visions about holding elections and voting mechanisms, in addition to the concerns of some blocs of losing the gains.
Al-Masoudi said in a statement to "Information", that "the electoral law has technical and other political aspects, as most political blocs do not want to legislate a law that may lose more political gains and votes in the upcoming elections, in addition to the lack of a political vision on a road map regarding a procedure Early elections or awaiting them in 2022. ”
He added that "there are some points that must be examined in the election law, including those related to the candidacy of dual nationals, in addition to the vote abroad and the security services, as there are visions about the non-inclusion of these bodies in the voting process."
He explained that "technical and political differences are present in the election law and prevent it from being passed, especially since the multiple constituencies require a census and drawing borders for the district." 25 n ended


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A deputy clarifies the most important political problems in the parliamentary elections law Empty A deputy in Al-Fateh clarifies the most important technical problems in the parliamentary elections

Post by rocky on Fri 13 Dec 2019, 1:29 am


A deputy in Al-Fateh clarifies the most important technical problems in the parliamentary elections law

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On Friday, MP from the Alliance of Al-Fath Muhammed Al-Baldawi said that some technical problems hinder the passage of the election law, noting that the women's quota, components and multiple constituencies need to be resolved before voting on the law in order to ensure that it does not contradict the constitution.
Al-Baldawi said in a statement to "Information", that "going towards the multiple electoral districts should be followed by the identification of these districts in the districts, because some districts do not exceed the population of 100 thousand people, which represents a seat in Parliament."
He added that "there are some problems regarding the women's quota, where it should be organized and know how to calculate it and from which districts and districts its votes will be taken, in addition to the quota of components."
He explained that "there are some measures that contradict the law, in the event that the electoral districts are calculated, then how the representation of members of the House of Representatives must be calculated, especially since there is a tendency to reduce members of Parliament, what must be solved the problem in order not to contradict the constitution." 25 n ended


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