[size=36]Al-Kazemi’s advisor: Iraq received requests from countries participating in monitoring the elections[/size]
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Al-Hindawi told Al-Iraqiya, which followed him, that "it was noticed that there is a wide interest for the participants in the elections, especially from the voters," adding that "the participation rate in the upcoming elections will be good."
He added, "There are 25 million registered voters based on the data of the Ministry of Commerce, 70 percent of them, which is equivalent to 17 million voters, have long-term biometric cards, 14 to 15 million of them have been received," calling on voters who did not receive their cards to review the registration centers for the purpose of received it."
Regarding the electoral conduct document, Al-Hindawi explained, "The electoral code is a political and ethical document to give guarantees to all competitors that they respect the mechanisms of the electoral process and results, because there are 3 guarantees that the results will be fair, clear and just."
Regarding the international observers, Al-Hindawi said, "The United Nations will send more than 130 international observers, in addition to observers from the European Union, as well as observers from the Arab League, the Organization of the Islamic Conference and other countries," noting that "Iraq has received a set of requests from countries willing to participate in Observe the upcoming elections under the conditions set by the commission and Iraqi law."
The electoral code of conduct, which was signed under the auspices of the President of the Republic and in the presence of the Prime Minister and leaders of the blocs, obligated the commission to announce the results of the primary elections within 24 hours and stipulated that the parties should not interfere with the commission’s tasks or use state resources.
The code stressed not to use religious symbols or influence voters in illegal ways, and included a point that stressed that the signatories must accept the final election results approved by the Federal Court. Ended 29/A87