[size=36]The government announces strict measures to prevent election fraud[/size]
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, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced, on Saturday, that strict measures have been put in place to prevent election fraud.
Al-Kazemi said during the extraordinary session of the Council of Ministers, according to a statement by his media office, a copy of which was received by Mawazine News, "We are holding the extraordinary session today, due to the proximity of the parliamentary elections that will take place on their scheduled date on October 10, as well as the fortieth visit of the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him). He indicated that "there are strict security measures that have been put in place to prevent any cases of penetration or attempts of fraud, and an international and international presence has been coordinated to give a higher percentage of the acceptance of the elections."
He added, "Exactly after 29 days, the early parliamentary elections will be held, which represent the only solution to Iraq's problems, and we will succeed in completing these elections and enhancing the people's confidence in the political journey that cannot continue without that," stressing "the completion of all the requirements of the electoral process, especially the issue of securing it." and maintaining its integrity, under international supervision.
He pointed out: "We have provided all the needs of the Electoral Commission at the highest levels of financing, insurance and support, to ensure that the polls are conducted in a way that achieves the aspirations of the people, and I attended today in the Security Committee, and we made the first simulation; provinces.
Al-Kazemi continued, "We stressed to the nominated officials, including ministers, governors, and others, to completely prevent the use of state resources, and the commission is required to inform us of any exploitation of these resources, and I call on all candidates and political parties to fully commit to healthy competition."
And Al-Kazemi said: “For our sake, for you, and for the sake of Iraq, we urge effective participation in the early elections, for our children deserve a better future and a decent life, and the time has come for them to enjoy a country free of corruption and injustice. Seriously fighting corruption and standing up to the corrupt.
He stressed: "We have allocated 80,000 visas for Islamic countries to participate in the Arbaeen ceremonies, and we direct the Cabinet Secretariat to expedite the notification of the decisions, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs should issue instructions to our embassies urgently, and direct the Ministry of Interior to take the necessary measures and facilitate them for the honorable visitors from all countries abroad, taking into account all The necessary health measures, and we wish safety for everyone, as they perform this visit in which the master of the youth of the people of Paradise and his family went without religion, reform and fighting corruption.”
He added: "A while ago, we attended the conference to combat violence against women, and we stressed the importance of women taking their role in the elections, because of their important position in society." Ended 29/A43