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    Minorities accuse large blocs of taking government positions: our representation is 0%

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    Post by Rocky Thu 17 Jun 2021, 7:00 am

    [size=52]Minorities accuse large blocs of taking government positions: our representation is 0%[/size]

    [size=45]Baghdad / Muhammed Sabah[/size]
    [size=45]Forces representing minorities and small components expressed their dissatisfaction with the way large and influential blocs and components seized and confiscated the political decision, and complained of their marginalization and stripping them of all positions and executive positions that the constitution obliged to take into account their representation.[/size]
    [size=45]Those forces threatened to file an appeal before the Federal Court against the Parliamentary Elections Law, unless the government secures a comprehensive plan capable of providing a safe and appropriate environment for the elections, and confining arms to the hands of the state.[/size]
    [size=45]And Yonadam Kanna, head of the Al-Rafidain Parliamentary Bloc, said in a statement to (Al-Mada), that “during our meeting with the President of the Republic, we talked about many issues, including social peace, holding elections at their specified times, protecting them and providing appropriate and appropriate climates for them, as well as the issue of marginalization of components and minorities. What is happening in Iraq,” stressing that “the President of the Republic promised us to achieve our demands and solve all the problems that minorities suffer from.”[/size]
    [size=45]On June 3, the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, met with Representative Yonadam Hanna, and Parliament Adviser Imad Youkhana, and the latest developments in the political and security arena were discussed, stressing the need to protect peaceful coexistence, and the return of displaced Christians to their areas in the Nineveh Plain, Mosul and other cities, and not Saving any government effort to achieve this, and ensuring their participation in the political, social and cultural life in the country in a manner that ensures that their voice and demands are conveyed in the government and parliament. Kanna added that “what we are asking for is to provide the appropriate environment for holding the elections, addressing uncontrolled weapons and applying the rule of law,” adding that “what we want from the blocs and major components and the three presidencies is to address the issue of marginalization, after the large components have acquired all positions and positions.”[/size]
    [size=45]He points out that "the President of the Republic promised us in this meeting that there would be a security plan to protect all electoral centers on polling day and to prevent the armed authorities' access to those centers," pointing out that all the sites and positions that were owned by minorities in the government were robbed and stripped by the major political components and blocs. and influential in the government.[/size]
    [size=45]He points out that "small components do not have a single position or position in the various ministries and security services, but their representation in state institutions is almost 0% in the Ministries of Defense and Interior and the Intelligence Service... and other departments," considering that this is a kind of discrimination. As a result of quotas and sale of positions and executive positions.[/size]
    [size=45]He notes that "our representation is limited to seven seats in Parliament (the quota system is divided into five for the Christian component, one for the Sabeans, another for the Shabak, and the same for the Yazidis)," noting that minorities in the executive authority have their will confiscated, and they are not respected, and whoever rules dictates his will on these components.[/size]
    [size=45]He shows that “large blocs and components have started to nominate personalities from the small components affiliated with them in order to seize the quota seats/ and therefore these figures are subject to the will of those parties and are not affiliated with minorities and components.” He expected an appeal before the Federal Court against the electoral law after these attempts and exclusion for independent characters.[/size]
    [size=45]Minorities and minorities own nine seats in the 329-seat Iraqi parliament, within the quota system, with members of these minorities being allowed to compete for seats. Shiite Kurds).[/size]
    [size=45]In turn, Majed Shankali, the former deputy, confirms in a statement to (Al-Mada) that “any country that deals with the names of minorities and components means that it is a country that is still in the process of emergence,” noting that “all the sons of these components and minorities are Iraqis and do not differ from the sons of the rest of the other components.”[/size]
    [size=45]Shankali believes that “there is a great prejudice against these components when they are called minorities, as well as marginalization in granting these components their shares of positions and positions in the government (Christians, Yazidis, Sabians and Shabaks….)”, stressing that “there is no participation of these components in forming the Iraqi government.” Because of the large blocs’ takeover of the political scene.”[/size]
    [size=45]The former deputy calls for the establishment of a process for selecting the appropriate personalities for all positions and positions according to the principle of efficiency and integrity away from quotas, nationalism and sectarianism, considering that the components made a mistake in writing the constitution when they demanded a quota system to ensure their representation in Parliament.[/size]
    [size=45]He believes that "the existence of the quota system means that these components are still unable to obtain their entitlements from the Iraqi state, and therefore these components must demand the abolition of the quota system in order to secure their rights from the state."[/size]
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