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Post by rocky Wed 06 Oct 2021, 6:58 am

Tomorrow.. Parliament is closing the curtain on its last day and anticipation for elections with a wide and informed participation

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{Political: Al Furat News} The House of Representatives will drop the curtain on the last days of its fourth legislative session, after 2003.
Last April, the parliament voted to dissolve itself on October 7 (tomorrow), in preparation for holding early elections three days later on October 10.
Article 64 of the Iraqi constitution states that “the House of Representatives has the ability to dissolve itself at the request of one-third of its members, or from the Prime Minister with the approval of the President of the Republic. In this case, she has resigned, and is only doing business.”
Legal expert Tariq Harb told Al-Furat News, "The parliament's role has actually ended, with evidence of its inability to hold any session for more than a month," indicating, "As for the legal aspect, parliament ends its session on the seventh of this month," noting that "and before the special voting date For the security forces, the parliament’s role ends according to its law.”

He stressed that "there is no constitutional vacuum tomorrow, but the government turns into a caretaker government by virtue of the dissolution of the House of Representatives, and the dissolution of the parliament results in the end of the parliamentary capacity, and at the end of the official working hours for tomorrow, parliament members turn into ordinary citizens."
Harb added, "If we evaluated the legislative work for that period, we would find that the only achievement was the Elections Law No. 9 of 2020," noting that "the Financial Budget Law led to disturbances and the Supreme Court intervened and canceled many proposals."
He continued, "The laws of the last period are not compared to previous periods, neither in terms of number nor subject matter, as well as evasion of the obligation to hold sessions, although they were limited in previous periods, but now they are a general characteristic."
The House of Representatives held its last session on July 13, after which no quorum was achieved, taking its legislative recess for two months.
Parliamentary elections are scheduled to be held on Friday for private voting and next Sunday for general voting, with the participation of 3,249 candidates, including 951 women, 789 of whom are candidates as individuals, 1,501 candidates for parties, and 959 candidates within alliances.
The number of coalitions participating in the elections is 21, and the number of parties is 109.
The Parliamentary Observatory revealed a statistic about the work of the House of Representatives in its current session, stating that "the average absence of members of Parliament reached 145 deputies in each session in the fourth legislative year, which began on September 3, 2018."
According to the observatory, Parliament has held 149 sessions since its first session was held on September 3, 2018, and voted on 92 laws during its current session.
Meanwhile, the House of Representatives failed to hold one parliamentary session during the last three months due to the preoccupation of the majority of deputies with the nomination for elections.
The Parliamentary Observatory pointed out that the internal system of the House of Representatives stipulated that 8 sessions be held in one legislative term, and this was not achieved in many cases.
A member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Rashid Al-Azzawi, said in a press statement, "Parliament does not need to hold a session to dissolve itself, but tomorrow it will dissolve automatically, provided that the elections are held on time.
He added that "the results of the elections will be announced within 24 hours, after which they go for approval in the Federal Court, and the submitted appeals will also be considered, so the duration of the first sessions of the new parliament is unknown."
Iraqis are looking forward to holding early elections, which they hope will express the choice of their representatives more realistically and with better results in light of an electoral law according to multiple constituencies that allow selecting options away from the influence of leaders and heads of political blocs.
The Electoral Commission and the government completed all necessary measures to ensure the integrity and transparency of the electoral process, amid calls for broad popular participation.
The number of international observers who will supervise the Iraqi elections has reached 800, according to the UNAMI mission.
The last call of the supreme religious authority was a strong impetus to participate in the elections, as it encouraged “everyone to participate in a conscious and responsible manner in the upcoming elections, as it remains the safest way to cross the country into a future that is hoped to be better than before, and by which to avoid the risk of falling into the abyss of chaos and political obstruction.” .
The Marjaiya also emphasized the voters "to check the progress of the candidates in their electoral districts and elect from them only the honest good, who is keen on Iraq's sovereignty, security and prosperity, and who is entrusted with its inherent values ​​and supreme interests."
And she warned voters not to "enable people who are incompetent or involved in corruption, or parties that do not believe in the principles of the honorable Iraqi people, or work outside the framework of the constitution, to occupy the parliament's seats, because of the great dangers that this poses to the country's future."
While the head of the National State Forces Alliance, Ammar al-Hakim, stressed the necessity of accepting the invitation of the supreme reference, he said in a memorial ceremony on the anniversary of the departure of former President Jalal Talabani last Sunday, that: “A few days separate us from the most important democratic practice that can determine the future of Iraq for two decades. Therefore, we must respond to the call of the supreme authority represented by Imam Al-Sistani (may his shadow last) to participate widely, effectively and consciously in the elections and to choose people within the national criteria that His Eminence referred to in the statement.

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