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    Post by Rocky Tue 13 Apr 2021, 6:34 am

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    Report: Alsumaria News:
    After the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, issued a presidential decree regarding the date of the upcoming elections, parliamentarians stressed the importance of expediting the government and the Election Commission in providing and preparing the appropriate ground for conducting the elections in a transparent and fair manner. And ethics facing the Iraqi people for the success of the elections, another stressed the importance of overcoming the challenges that raise the fears of voters and candidates alike.


    Member of Parliament, Raad Al-Dahlaki, called on the federal government to assume its legal, moral and historical responsibilities before the Iraqi people in preparing the appropriate ground for conducting transparent, fair and fair elections.

    Al-Dahlaki said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The House of Representatives has done its work perfectly through the enactment of the basic laws that ensure the completion of the procedures for proceeding with early elections and the subsequent approval of the results by voting on the laws of the House of Representatives elections, the Federal Court and the Election Commission, and the end By voting on the budget and the decision to dissolve parliament, "indicating that" the president of the republic, after issuing a special presidential decree determining the date of the elections, has become the ball today in the government's court to prepare the ground for the success of these elections and their completion in the fullest manner. "







    Al-Dahlaki added, "The federal government today is at stake and will be directly responsible to the people in conducting free, fair and transparent elections that restore confidence between the people and the political process, or God forgive, in case the opposite happens, then the last remaining hair of trust between the political process and the people will be cut off, and the entire political process will be in danger." Gone and real, "stressing that" the basic step through which the commission and the government should proceed is to expedite the distribution of the largest possible number of biometric cards, in addition to taking measures to extend the prestige of the state and control over the escaped weapon to provide a real space for freedom of expression in choosing The people to their representatives in the next Iraqi parliament. "
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    He continued, "The other step is to curb the power of political money, in addition to establishing radical and rapid solutions to the issue of the displaced and camps and ensuring that their voices properly reach those they believe represents them in the next stage," noting that "there are many other challenges, including ensuring a transparent process." Private voting and voting in prisons, all of which require court-ordered plans that prevent or reduce fraud or other situations that lead to distort the elections. "

    Iraqi MP Jassim Bakhati, for his part, pointed to the importance of the government providing all the requirements that lead to holding elections that best meet the citizen’s ambition.

    Al-Bukhati said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The House of Representatives, after completing the challenges it faced in the previous stage of laws related to conducting early elections, and then the budget. The ball is today in the court of the government and it is concerned with preparing the necessary logistical procedures to conduct the elections," indicating that "there are many The issues that the citizen and the personalities opposing and running for early elections fear, among them the armed manifestations, the lack of integrated security control over the street and imposing the prestige of the state, which we hope will be addressed properly to be a message of reassurance to all participants in the political process.

    Al-Bakhati added, "The important thing also is the need to accelerate the pace of distributing biometric cards to a percentage of not less than 70% to ensure that the highest possible percentage of transparency and integrity in reaching the votes of voters to those who represent them in the best way, to ensure that there is no return to the square of fraud." He pointed out that "the other matter is the importance of the existence of international supervision, as it is a health condition, provided that it is not in the form of interference or changing the proportions of blocs at the expense of other blocs, but what we think is that the trend will be through the state going to hold biometric elections in which the prestige of the state is imposed in a way that limits The phenomenon of fraud or infiltration by those who do not deserve access to the parliament. "

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