[size=36]Advisor to the Prime Minister: Five determinants to prevent electoral fraud[/size]
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person, Advisor to the Prime Minister for Elections Affairs, Abdul-Hussein Al-Hindawi, on Monday, five determinants prevent any fraud in the upcoming elections.
Al-Hindawi said, in an interview with the official newspaper, that "the first determinant is the election law itself, which is a new type of law, which divides the country into 83 districts instead of 18 as it was in the past, and thus limits the possibility of manipulating the electoral issue to a very large extent, as it will not "There will be a possibility to benefit from the votes of a region for another service, in addition to individual candidacy and multiple constituencies, winning the majority and whoever brings the highest votes, and ensuring a women's quota, as there will be at least 83 women in the next parliament according to the constitution and the law."
He added that "the issue of monitoring in its three forms, political entities and parties participating in the electoral process, candidates and their agents, and national monitoring, and there are about 7 national monitoring networks that have good experience and up to 60,000 professional observers, is a step to prevent fraud."
Al-Hindawi called for "supporting these networks and encouraging them to work and provide the conditions and material capabilities to work independently, not to mention the international monitoring that will be present in a large and very important way to deter fraud, violations or fraud in the elections."
He pointed out that "educating the street, the voter, and the candidate of the rights of the voter and the candidate is very important, and the more awareness is, the more participation and oversight also increases, and the possibility of benefit, fraud or electoral violations, as the citizen will not only be a voter or a candidate, but he will be an observer of the electoral work."
He pointed out, "The government role, which must be strong in this field, especially in providing a safe environment, without which there can be no free elections, and there will be all kinds of blackmail and domination of some centers, and this exists and we have already seen it in the past, as it will be a responsibility." The government in this area is very big and basic. " Ended 29 / p4