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Adviser to the Prime Minister: The current election law is not perfect

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Post by rocky Tue 22 Jun 2021, 2:11 pm

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Baghdad - INA
The Prime Minister's Advisor for Electoral Affairs, Hussein Al-Hindawi, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the current election law is not ideal, while the government has crossed half the distance towards the elections.
Al-Hindawi said in the Neutral Program, followed by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "if the elections are not fair, fair and free, it is meaningless," noting that "we have crossed half the distance towards the elections."
He added, "The distribution of elections on the basis of a single constituency is the fairest," noting that "the current election law is not ideal."
He added, "We do not have information about threatened candidates," explaining that "the withdrawal of some entities due to the security situation does not mean that the elections will be postponed."

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