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Political Analyst: Missed the opportunity for change

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Post by rocky Tue 12 Oct 2021, 6:54 am

Political Analyst: Missed the opportunity for change

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{Politics: Al-Furat News} The political analyst, Najm Al-Qassab, commented on the parliamentary elections and their results, saying, "The opportunity for change has passed."
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Al-Qassab said; For the "State Dialogue" program broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel tonight, "The commission did not come from the wombs of the parties, but was formed from judges far from positions, and for the first time announced the results within 24 hours of holding the elections and clearly in front of the media."
He added, "The previous law prevented independents and allowed partisans, and there was no attendance of the citizen and there was an opportunity for the voter to go to the polls, but they missed the change." 
Al-Qassab continued, "Those who went to the polls early are the partisans. In the last hours, the hesitant voters began to vote. If the commission had extended two hours for voting, it would have opened the door to leave the faces of the political process."
He ruled out, "The prime minister is from the womb of the Sadrist movement, and that Mustafa Al-Kazemi still has chances with all political blocs."
Al-Qassab pointed out that "the next parliament will be different from the previous ones, and that some MPs who won the early elections have corruption files and their files will be opened and the accountability of the corrupt cannot end with announcing their repentance."
He expected "the next government to resort to effective economic measures," but "no violations or accusations of fraud and promotion have been recorded at the polling stations."
Iraq had witnessed universal suffrage for the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, and the Electoral Commission announced that the results of manual and electronic counting matched 100% in the general suffrage.
She said that the initial voting rates for these elections amounted to 41% of the total (94%) of the receiving stations, and the number of voters for the receiving stations reached (9,077,779) voters.
She pointed out that the number of complaints for private voting amounted to (16) complaints, while the number of complaints for public voting reached (58) complaints.
On Monday, the commission announced the preliminary results of the elections.

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