[size=36]Today .. a parliamentary meeting to resolve the election law disputes[/size]
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The Legal Committee in the House of Representatives will hold a meeting on Sunday to resolve differences on the election law.
The deputy of the committee, Al-Kamal Kamal, said that "the committee will meet (today) to discuss the election law, and the opinion of the political blocs on this matter has been taken, in addition to discussing with experts on the local and international scene, the executive committee, and the Ministry and the Executive Council." It is still on the committee table under discussion and will be decided today. "
Kamal stressed that "all political blocs support the law, but there are differences in the mechanisms regarding the issue of the electoral denominator as a single constituency or multiple constituencies at the judicial level, because the application mechanism at the judicial level has many obstacles and it is difficult to apply on the ground."
She pointed out, "The possibility of avoiding this obstacle by offering (one constituency) at the level of Iraq so that the denominator has reached the judiciary and the village and every part of Iraq and that continues until a population census is conducted in the country, and that is one of the opinions."
Regarding other opinions, a member of the Legal Committee explained that "Parliamentary parties see that going down to the level of the judiciary and the multiple constituencies is the best, and with the variation of these opinions, voting will be the decisive threshold for resolving the issue", noting that "a topic has been calculated or 100 has been calculated in the list." Also under discussion, "stating that" the committee will meet to resolve the discussion and proceed to vote on the law during the current week. "Ended 29 / A 43