[size=36]The Legal Committee marks several irregularities in the elections of the Iraqi Teachers Union[/size]
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The parliamentary legal committee pointed out, on Sunday, several legal irregularities in the elections of the Iraqi Teachers Union.
Deputy Chairman of the Committee, Mohamed Al-Ghazzi, said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that it was "out of the supervisory role assigned to us as members of the Iraqi parliament and after our observations of a group of legal irregularities in the elections of the Iraqi Teachers Union represented by the following:
- The Supreme Judicial Council apologized for the attendance Due to the presence of legal violations and the holding of elections in the absence of the judiciary, it is a legal violation of Law 48 of 2017, which stipulated that the elections be held under the supervision of the Iraqi judiciary .--
The absence of a book endorsing the safety of candidates from the accountability and justice body, and in this legal violation also
.-- Blocking a large segment of teachers from participating in In the elections, many schools were closed due to the popular protests.
The elections were held on Friday 21/2 without completing the branch elections.
Al-Ghazi explained, “The teachers’ segment is one of the most important and first pillars entrusted to leading social, educational and scientific reform in the country. The Iraqi parliament will take all legal control measures that do not deal with the results of these elections until all legal violations are returned and the union’s elections are held within its proper legal context. Conciliation ". End 29 / A 43