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Successful elections under the umbrella of Al-Kazemi..the most prominent results of which are the de

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Post by rocky Tue 12 Oct 2021, 7:19 am

[size=52]Successful elections under the umbrella of Al-Kazemi..the most prominent results of which are the decline of the arms blocs[/size]

[size=45]Relying on the preparatory atmosphere surrounding the October elections, there is wide recognition that it is a distinct and distinct electoral process from its counterparts during the previous 18 years, which witnessed 4 parliamentary elections.[/size]
[size=45]This acknowledgment was motivated by the preparatory atmosphere and before the elections. After the polling day, the positive picture was completed, in terms of organization and a safe and smooth atmosphere, as well as the reduction or absence of wide opportunities for fraud, especially “technical fraud.”[/size]
[size=45]These unprecedented electoral advantages did not come in this reassuring form out of nowhere, but were driven by the efforts made and great care by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and his team, which constituted a milestone in which the elections’ gains are not limited to the results they produced represented by reducing the seats of the “arms blocs” according to Observers describe, and its gains go beyond tangible things, to moral gains represented in the government’s ability to restore a large part of the Iraqi people’s confidence in democracy and electoral processes for the first time since 2003, and change a firm conviction that it is “impossible” to change major powers, and overturn the balance of power in Parliament and the political process. .[/size]
[size=45]The preliminary results were “shocking and surprising”, which are clearly evident in the results of the Al-Fateh Alliance, the second largest bloc in the 2018 elections, before the number of their seats decreased dramatically, so that hardly more than 20 parliamentary seats appeared in the preliminary results so far.[/size]
[size=45]Meanwhile, the fortunes of the independent candidates and the candidates of the October forces increased to nearly 20 seats, which constitutes a new change in the balance of power.[/size]
[size=45]Among the distinguishing factors that were unique to the fifth elections in Iraq (the October elections) as they were conducted by a prime minister who is not a candidate and does not belong to a bloc or party participating in the elections, and this happens for the first time after 2003.[/size]
[size=45]Return of confidence to the voter[/size]
[size=45]For his part, political analyst Khaled Abdel-Ilah believes that the results we have witnessed are relatively different from the balance of power, and those changes would have been greater and explained if the participation rate had been more than 41%, but the boycott missed the opportunity to change the political scene better than the current one.[/size]
[size=45]However, Abdel-Ilah expects that "according to the measures taken by the Electoral Commission and the government, the 2025 elections will be much better and the political scene will fluctuate, due to the current procedures and the successful elections that restored the voter's confidence in the electoral process."[/size]
[size=45]Regarding the wide international presence in the elections, he stressed that “the Iraqi government submitted a request to the Security Council and a resolution was issued that gave the United Nations a role in the electoral process, as more than 790 United Nations observers, most of whom are experts in the field of elections, were witnesses to the elections, and there is a mission for the Union countries. The European Union, as well as a memorandum of understanding signed between the Commission and the Arab League and the presence of local Iraqi civil society institutions, this diverse oversight aspect gives a very big victory and a witness to the transparency, integrity and fairness of the recent elections.[/size]
[size=45]Regarding the decrease in the number of seats in blocs associated with armed factions, Abdul-Ilah explains that “the Iraqi citizen is looking for security, stability and the national interest, as weapons outside the framework of the state have formed a frightening concern among Iraqis since 2014, and the citizen began to feel a desire to live in stability and a decent life.” "These changes in the political scene will be clearer and greater in the foreseeable future, after the boost given by the results of the current elections and the consolidation of a conviction in the eyes of everyone that reform should be visible and not formal."[/size]
[size=45]Baghdad is a negotiating bridge[/size]
[size=45]All these advantages came cumulatively due to a series of Iraqi successes in the recent period. Al-Kazemi, who refused to run in the elections, or to form an alliance expressed by him, made successful visits to neighboring countries, including the UAE and Saudi Arabia, and Baghdad hosted, for the first time in 18 years, the Egyptian-Iraqi-Jordanian tripartite summit, as well as Al-Kazemi’s success in gathering 9 countries in the Baghdad Cooperation Summit. And the partnership last August, in which neighboring countries and other active leaders participated, to transform Baghdad from an arena for settling accounts, into a bridge for negotiation, discussion and calming the region, by hosting several rounds of Saudi-Iranian dialogue, and the success of organizing and securing the visit of Pope Francis, Pope of the Vatican. And the success in drawing the shape of the relationship with the United States of America after it was tense and unclear, as represented by the results of the Iraqi-American strategic dialogue.[/size]
[size=45]Second term chance[/size]
[size=45]Observers believe that Al-Kazemi is one of the most likely consensual candidates, to obtain the second term and form the new government after the elections.[/size]
[size=45]Muhannad al-Janabi, a professor of political science, said, in statements followed by (Al-Mada): “From a constitutional, legal and even political point of view, there is nothing to prevent the assignment of a prime minister who is not a candidate in the elections, and therefore unelected, and there is a precedent in this regard, assigning the former prime minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, who formed the pre-current government.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Janabi believes that “if the opportunity was given to Al-Kazemi’s government, meaning if the challenges and internal political forces were less severe and reckless, we would have witnessed great achievements made during his reign,” noting that “he had good intentions, but the challenges were greater and stronger.”[/size]
[size=45]Academics: Al-Kazemi has the right to be proud[/size]
[size=45]Professor of Media at Ahl al-Bayt University, Dr. Ghaleb al-Daami believes that “Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi has the right to be proud of his government and the High Elections Commission, and it is our right as a people to be proud of a government that managed the electoral process with unparalleled success, as the procedures went smoothly and it is not possible to falsify this The election".[/size]
[size=45]The head of the Center for Political Thinking in Iraq, Dr. Ihsan Al-Shammari, believes that “the prime minister’s liberation from an electoral list or running the electoral process made him more capable and capable of conducting successful elections, and his standing at the same distance from all the political forces involved in the electoral process, as well as being independent. He gave a great impetus to this election.”[/size]
[size=45]Al-Kazemi fulfills his promise[/size]
[size=45]The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, had announced, while he was a light burden, after he got rid of the burden of the secretariat represented by the elections, he announced the completion of his duty and his promise to conduct fair and secure elections.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Kazemi said, in a tweet to him, which was seen by (Al-Mada), "We have completed, praise be to God, our duty and our promise to conduct fair and safe elections and we have provided the capabilities to make it a success," extending his thanks to all those who contributed to this success from the people, candidates, political forces, international observers and the supreme religious authority.[/size]
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