[size=36]A human rights center answers ... How much does the United Nations monitor the Iraqi elections?[/size]
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The Strategic Center for Human Rights in Iraq welcomed, on Friday, the UN Security Council’s decision to extend the work of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) for another year.
"This decision will be positive in terms of approving an increase in the numbers of international observers for the early elections to the House of Representatives to be held on October 10 of this year," Hazem Al-Rudaini, director of the center’s office in Baghdad, said in a statement.
Al-Rudaini called on the government to allocate funds to the local observation teams for the purpose of supporting civil society organizations interested in the election file, because the local observation teams can cover all polling stations and stations on election day, in contrast to what the international observation teams do, which no matter how much they increase, they do not cover better Circumstances only 5 percent of the electoral centers