He also accused unidentified parties of placing obstacles to holding the elections on time.
This came during the first regular meeting between the Iraqi PM and members of the recently established “Council of Entities" that's not associated with ministries and other independent bodies.
“The Council aims to communicate with the authorities and bodies, to overcome obstacles, challenges and difficulties, deliberate, take directions and refer what is required to the Council of Ministers for a vote,” he said.
Kadhimi explained there are great challenges facing the country.
“We are making efforts around the clock to overcome them and put the country on the right path,” he said.
For the first time since 2005, Iraqis will vote based on the new electoral law, which sets 83 electoral districts in the country, based on the female's 25 percent quota in the 329-seat parliament, so the number of districts is equal to that females in the Iraqi parliament.
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