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Report: Alsumaria News
In conjunction with the Federal Court’s readiness to consider the appeal submitted by the provincial councils regarding the House of Representatives’s decision to freeze their work, speculations of the possibility of holding provincial council elections along with the parliamentary elections have returned to the fore. At a time when political forces excluded the possibility of holding joint elections, it has returned to the fore. The Electoral Commission confirmed that holding provincial council elections needs technical, financial and legal aspects that must be provided, while a researcher in political affairs indicated that some political forces do not want to merge the elections in order to keep their governors unchecked.


Iraqi MP, Jasim Al-Bakhati, ruled out the possibility of holding provincial elections with the general parliamentary elections.
 
Al-Bukhati said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The provincial councils are a constitutional paragraph, but there were reactions and demonstrations in the provinces that led to the suspension of their work and not its cancellation after a continuous period of work that exceeded six years." Others may include reducing the number of provincial council members, and some other matters that the government and parliament may go to.





 
Al-Bakhati added, "The holding of provincial council elections is unlikely to coincide with the general parliamentary elections, given that the mechanism established within the House of Representatives election law is difficult to apply to the provincial council elections, and it may take a very long time, therefore it is possible to postpone it to the next parliament to ensure Getting a spare time to legislate its law in a precise, correct and complete manner. "   


For its part, the spokeswoman for the Electoral Commission confirmed [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/1034219631/%D8%AC%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%86%D8%A9 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%BA%D9%84%D8%A7%D9%8A/ar/]Jumana Al-Ghalai[/url]The holding of provincial elections needs technical, financial and legal aspects that must be provided.
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In a press statement, Al-Ghalai said, "In the event that the Federal Court decides to hold provincial council elections, the commission will have an opinion on the issue," noting that "holding provincial council elections needs technical, financial and legal aspects that must be provided."

Al-Ghalai indicated that "the date for early elections is fixed and will not be changed or postponed," noting that "the devices that will be used by the commission prevent election fraud in any way."
 
MP for the Badr parliamentary bloc [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/2387533843/%D8%B9%D8%AF%D9%8A %D8%B4%D8%B9%D9%84%D8%A7%D9%86 %D8%A7%D8%A8%D9%88 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AC%D9%88%D9%86/ar/]Uday Shaalan Abu Al-Jon[/url]He ruled out the possibility of holding provincial elections alongside the general elections for the parliament. Researcher in political affairs
 
Abu El-Joun said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "Holding the provincial council elections in conjunction with the general elections is a very difficult matter, and it is unlikely that it needs more time, due to the current preoccupation with providing the requirements for holding the general elections on the tenth of next October." "The conduct of the elections needs financial allocations and additional requirements to the Electoral Commission, in addition to the need to amend the provincial council elections law in the best way in accordance with the current circumstances."
 
Abu Al-Joun added, "The provincial council elections law may need some amendments and formulations that make it more appropriate to the current circumstances and make these councils institutions based in their work on serving the governorates, while overcoming previous failures and benefiting from their experiences in a way that achieves the interests of the people of the provinces and meets Their ambitions. " 

[url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/4122025027/%D9%85%D8%AD%D9%85%D8%AF %D8%B9%D9%85%D8%A7%D8%AF/ar/]Emad Mohammed[/url]He saw that some political forces do not want the work of the provincial councils to resume and want to keep their governors in those governorates, which made them refuse to merge the elections on the tenth of next October.
 
Imad said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The delay in holding provincial council elections for several years and the subsequent freezing of the work of these councils by a decision of the House of Representatives, it is a grave mistake that directly affected the work of local governments, especially as this matter may open the door to corruption and waste of public money." Given the absence of a supervisory authority within the work structure of the provinces to follow up the executive authority in it.
 
Imad added, "The provincial council is concerned with choosing the governor and directors of departments in the governorate, and freezing the work of the councils created a kind of imbalance that confused the work of the provinces. Therefore, we believe that there is a need to merge the provincial council elections with the parliamentary elections on the tenth of next October." Until "merging the elections will not affect the date of the procedure. On the contrary, it will save money by reducing expenditures by holding elections in one date instead of two dates. It will also give a strong incentive for citizens to participate in the elections, given that it will give him the opportunity to choose his representatives in the House of Representatives and the governorate." ".
 
He stressed that "frankly, there are political forces that do not want the work of the provincial councils to return and want to keep their governors, as they do not want any real control over the work of local governments and governors," stressing that "there is a political parliamentary refusal in the issue of going to merge the elections together in order to ensure The survival of the funds and allocations of the provinces to them without a watchdog or an accountant. " 

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