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    Al-Kaabi: The presence of the UN mission and representatives of the European Union during the electi

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    The First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hassan Al-Kaabi, stressed today, Wednesday, the necessity of the presence of the United Nations mission and representatives of the European Union during the Iraqi elections.


    Al-Kaabi's office said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, that the latter "received in his office today the German ambassador in Baghdad Ole Diel and the political advisor at the embassy, ​​Beata Hobe, to discuss several files related to holding the elections on their specified date and the mechanisms that will be followed to choose the government and the importance of monitoring the United Nations mission and representatives of the European Union and organizations international elections.






    With regard to the participation of international bodies with the Iraqi side in monitoring the elections, he stressed "the importance of the presence of the United Nations mission, the International Federation team and all international organizations in Iraq, and our participation in the monitoring of the elections, because of its importance in motivating citizens to participate, the transparency of voting, and enhancing the confidence of voters in the electoral process and the achieved results." ".

    He stressed the importance of "holding the elections on their scheduled date, noting that all previous elections were held under exceptional circumstances and circumstances, but despite that they were accomplished and there is no reason to postpone them, whatever the arguments some try to market in various ways."


    And he indicated, "The previous experiences, even if they were painful or unsuccessful in achieving the desired goals, have yielded experiences, and here the mechanisms for forming the next government will be different from the past 18 years. There will not be a consensual government in its current sense, but there will be a government responsible for implementing its programs." We must go on building and maintaining a strong country."

    For his part, the German ambassador affirmed his country's support for strengthening bilateral relations with friendly Iraq, as well as the seven countries' support for the Iraqi economic sector due to its importance in achieving stability for this country, expressing the willingness of German investment companies and their desire to work inside Iraq.

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