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    Post by Rocky Thu 27 May 2021, 3:04 pm

    Iraqi Foreign Ministry: Security Council resolution to monitor elections includes strong 'unprecedented' elements

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    Baghdad - People  
    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed, on Thursday, that sending an international team to monitor the elections came in response to a one-time request by the Iraqi government.  
      
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    Al-Sahaf said in a statement that "People" received a copy of it (May 27, 2021), that "Iraq is looking forward to providing a strong and clearly announced team of the United Nations," adding that "the efforts of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and through the permanent representation of Iraq in New York came to enhance confidence in the electoral process and devote to participation Wide in the elections. "  
    He explained that "the Security Council resolution includes strong elements and affirms full commitment to the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Iraq. The resolution supports the government's efforts to address challenges and stabilize stability, and praises national efforts to implement early elections."  
    And the Foreign Ministry spokesman pointed out that "relentless efforts have been made, in coordination with Iraq's partners and friends, and through the specialized departments in the ministry, particularly the Iraqi republic's representation in New York."  
    He continued, "The decision indicates that oversight will be the widest possible geographical coverage, and that the resolution guarantees a strategic campaign for the United Nations to educate Iraqi voters about the importance of participating in the elections," valuing "highly the positions of international partners in support of the Iraqi government's steps in this regard."  
    On Thursday, Iraq announced the Security Council’s approval to send a UN team to monitor the upcoming elections process.  
      
    "The Security Council adopts the Iraqi government's request, in Resolution No. 2576, unanimously, to renew the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) until May 27, 2022," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Al-Sahaf said in a statement. ".    
    He added that "the resolution includes strong elements, adopted for the first time, to send a UN team to monitor elections in Iraq (electoral monitoring)."    
      
    The Cabinet approved contracting procedures for printing ballot papers and forms for early parliamentary elections scheduled to take place next October.  
    The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers stated in a statement, "People" received a copy of it, (May 27, 2021), that "the council agreed to grant the German company (Kizka Plus Different) a cash advance of 50% of the total contract amount, except for the instructions for implementing the general budget. Federal fiscal year 2021. "      
    The statement added that "this is in return for a letter of guarantee of the full value of the advance from one of the approved banks to complete contracting procedures regarding printing ballot papers and Parliament election forms and processing them."     
      
    Earlier, the Advisor to the Prime Minister for Elections Affairs, Abdul-Hussein Al-Hindawi, revealed, on Saturday, that three official books had been sent to the UN Security Council on international monitoring of the Iraqi elections, while he confirmed that international election monitoring "will not affect the sovereignty of Iraq."   
      
    In a statement to the official agency, followed by Nass (May 22, 2021), Al-Hindawi said, "The Minister of Foreign Affairs has sent books to the UN Security Council three times regarding international monitoring of the elections scheduled for the tenth of next October."    
    He added that "the Security Council will discuss the issue in the coming days, and it is expected that the response will be very positive," pointing out that "Iraq understands the international necessities and all the conditions required regarding the file."    
    He stressed that "international observation will not affect the sovereignty of Iraq absolutely," noting that "the matter will be followed up by the Independent High Electoral Commission, not the government, as it is the exclusive authority for the elections."    
    He explained that "the government will monitor the work of the commission and provide support to it, with an emphasis on professionalism, transparency and integrity."    

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