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    Governmental Advisor for Elections Affairs: 107 parties will participate in the elections out of 300

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    Post by Rocky Mon 15 Mar 2021, 7:54 am

    [size=52]Governmental Advisor for Elections Affairs: 107 parties will participate in the elections out of 300 registered and registered[/size]

    [size=45]Baghdad / Muhammad Sabah[/size]
    [size=45]The Advisor to the Prime Minister for Elections says that the Commission’s Board agreed to send 83 ballot papers to the Korean company that manufactures electronic devices with the aim of examining them and ensuring that they dealt with the devices. He also said that only 107 parties will participate in the upcoming elections, out of more than 300 registered and registered. In return, about 16 million voters have registered and 25 million are entitled to vote.[/size]
    [size=45]Diyala topped the list of the highest governorates in updating records, while Baghdad came to the top of the list, and the Karkh side was the most declining. Hussein Al-Hindawi, Advisor to the Prime Minister for Electoral Affairs, said in an interview with Al-Mada that “the Electoral Commission has stepped up the pace of work at the present time in preparation for the completion of all logistical procedures related to the electoral file,” adding that “there is high and continuous cooperation and coordination between the commission and experts from The United Nations (UNAMI) as well as international experts on the mechanisms of counting and sorting and the use of modern equipment in this field. "[/size]
    [size=45]He added, "The Election Commission Board agreed to send samples of ballot papers to the Korean manufacturer of electronic devices," noting that "there are 83 ballot papers on the basis that there are 83 electoral districts and each has its own candidates."[/size]
    [size=45]The new election law divides one governorate into several constituencies on the basis of districts and cities, as every 100,000 inhabitants in those cities have a parliamentary seat, and if the district’s population is less than 100,000, it will be merged with a neighboring district to avoid this problem.[/size]
    [size=45]He explains that "the ballot paper or the form of the ballot paper will include the names of the candidates (the vote is individual), as this paper will place the candidate's name and number with his picture and the picture of his alliance with a box dedicated to the electronic stamp: any place to vote." The Council of Ministers set the tenth of October next, a new date for holding early elections, after studying a proposal submitted by the Electoral Commission to the Council of Ministers, which includes technical reasons that would ensure the integrity of the elections and equal opportunities for everyone to run in the elections freely and fairly. It is pointed out that "after the completion of the preparation of the electoral paper by the specialized Korean company, the Electoral Commission will organize the simulation process more than once to ensure its safety and its exposure to the electronic devices that will be used on polling day."[/size]
    [size=45]As for the registration of the parties, alliances and entities that will participate in the early parliamentary elections, the government advisor affirms that "the number of parties that will participate in the elections reached (107) parties, out of a total of 249 registered and licensed parties and 62 parties under registration." I decided to participate, while the remaining parties decided not to participate for reasons related to them.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Hindawi points out that "some of the parties that do not participate in the elections are opposed to the political process, but they are registered and have even paid fees."[/size]
    [size=45]The government advisor for electoral affairs adds that “some of these parties that decided to participate entered into electoral alliances, and thus up to this moment about (30) electoral alliances have been registered and approved, and there are ten coalitions under registration and preparation, and there are eight coalitions that declared their desire to participate after their establishment. By withdrawing the registration forms, but it has not formally submitted its requests to the Elections Commission yet.[/size]
    [size=45]And the Board of Commissioners decided, in its previous session, to extend the period for registering alliances until May 1. The period for receiving lists of candidates is until 17 (April). Al-Hindawi points out that "most of the alliances that have been registered are from the old names such as Fatah and others (classic)," noting that "the number of candidates exceeds 300 candidates and it is constantly increasing, and the final numbers for this number will become clear in the middle of next month."[/size]
    [size=45]He affirms that "the entities and alliances are keen not to present the names of their candidates in the current period, and are waiting for the last moments for reasons related to the security situation, and some of these entities still did not choose their candidate, and another section is apprehensive in the event of the announcement of names."[/size]
    [size=45]With regard to updating the electoral register, Al-Hindawi said, "The work continues without stopping through the mobile teams and registration centers," explaining that "the number of voters whose electoral records were updated in about two and a half months reached around one million two hundred thousand people." More than sixteen million voters, and the number is constantly increasing. The government advisor pointed out that “Diyala governorate is among the governorates with the highest demand for updating the electoral register, as the participation rate in it reached about 81%, Wasit and Muthanna, and the registration rate reached 76% for each of them, Basra more than 71%, Qadisiyah 70%, and then the governorates Dhi Qar, Kirkuk and Dohuk, where their registration rates are approximately 69%, while the modernization rate in Babylon, Karbala and Najaf reached 68%, and the Sulaymaniyah Governorate 66%, followed by Erbil, Salah al-Din and Anbar with 60%.[/size]
    [size=45]And he continues, "As for the Nineveh governorate, it recorded about 50%," and he called on the election commission to "conduct tours to invite citizens to register." Baghdad is at the bottom of the registration list, as Al-Hindawi says it "recorded the lowest percentage specifically on the Karkh side." Regarding the distribution of the paleometric card, the expert and electoral counselor describes the process of distributing it to voters as "good", adding that "the number of cards that have been distributed amounts to about 14 million biometric cards (a long-term card that contains a picture and contains fingerprints, on the contrary, the short card that is They shall be free of photographs and fingerprints), out of twenty-five million two hundred and fifty thousand voters who are entitled to participate in the upcoming parliamentary elections.[/size]
    [size=45]Regarding the role of the United Nations in the upcoming elections, the government advisor clarifies that "the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has submitted a letter to the United Nations demanding that an electoral observation mission be sent, but the United Nations has not yet responded to the letter," indicating that "there are indications that the United Nations has begun to study this request." Seriously and interested in dealing positively with this request. ”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Hindawi is likely that "there will be good international monitoring in the upcoming parliamentary elections, especially there are indications in this direction."[/size]
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