[size=36]A human rights center indicates a failure by Parliament in this file[/size]
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The Strategic Center for Human Rights in Iraq, on Tuesday, identified the tasks of the election candidates, calling on them to stay away from service campaigns because it is the government's competence and duties.
Hazem Al-Rudaini, director of the center’s office in Baghdad, said, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that “candidates must adopt electoral programs as the basis for their campaigns, as they are the ones that will persuade voters to vote for them,” calling on them to “stay away from service campaigns because they are within the competence of government and its duty.
He added, "The candidates work is limited to three basic tasks after winning the membership of the next parliament, which is to choose a government that is composed of technocrats after the party candidates have been tried and most of them failed to run the ministries, and to legislate important laws that affect the lives of citizens and the services provided to them, and to exercise the oversight role in its true form. Without any special favors."
Al-Rudaini indicated that "the current parliament failed to exercise its oversight role and was unable to question any minister despite the presence of two governments in its current session." Ended 29/A43