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IRAQIS SEND A MESSAGE TO POLITICAL LEADERS: CORRECT THE PATH

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Sunday, October 17, 2021 3:03 PM
Baghdad/National News Center
Today, Sunday, Iraqis called on the country's political and party leaders to stay away from inflammatory rhetoric and threatening civil peace in order to prevent the country from being drawn into violence after the results of the early parliamentary elections that took place in Iraq on the tenth of this month.
Iraqis unanimously agreed with the German News Agency (dpa) that all the competing political blocs in the parliamentary elections openly announced, after the polls closed, that the elections succeeded and that the political process recorded great progress in terms of preparation, preparation, organization and control of the voting process and providing full protection for electoral centers, as well as An unprecedented international and international presence and tens of thousands of local observers.
The Iraqis stressed that everyone is aware that the process of early announcement of election results 24 hours after the closure of the polling stations by the Independent High Electoral Commission in Iraq was accompanied by a failure due to the failure to complete the calculations for all electoral stations due to a technical defect that accompanied the electronic counting, but this did not prevent that the elections It has not been officially proven that fraud and manipulation occurred, as happened in all the electoral processes that Iraq witnessed since 2005 until now.
Sadiq Khalil, 39, a government employee, stated that "the Iraqi elections proceeded in a calm and orderly manner, although the popular participation was not at the level of ambition, as these elections came with a popular desire against the background of the popular protest demonstrations that demanded a redrawing of the political process in the country."
He said, "I think that the government and the Electoral Commission presented a good model in these elections, and therefore the announcement of the results in their current form reflects the public's desire to make change, which is a legitimate matter, and the losers and winners must prepare for the next stage, recalculate their accounts, and expedite the formation of the new government."
The Independent High Electoral Commission announced that it had received more than 1,300 appeals and complaints related to violations that accompanied the electoral process, and that the judiciary in the Electoral Commission would investigate this plague and announce the results within 10 days.
The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, whose movement won 73 seats in the new parliament, welcomed the election results, while nine Shiite entities expressed their rejection of the election results and forming a coordinating entity for the next stage.
Tahseen al-Samarrai, 57, a retired man, explained: “We must respect the election results, whatever they are, and warn against threatening the state of popular conflict, because this is a dangerous matter that drags the country into the unknown. Religious authorities must intervene to stop the media attack of the losing entities and not drag the political process into slipping, violence and popular fighting.” .
He stated that "the war has ended, the elections scene has ended, and the final picture has become clear to the political entities, and therefore everyone must start a new stage by reconsidering their programs and allowing the winners to form the political process for the next four years, and for the losers to go to the opposition in Parliament to strengthen the course of the political process."
According to the results of the Iraqi primary elections, the Sadrist movement is the closest to entering into negotiations with the other parties that won the election results, most notably the “Progress” alliance led by Muhammad al-Halbousi and the Kurdistan Democratic Party to form the new Iraqi government.
Among the most prominent results of the Iraqi elections is that it produced an independent opposition current with 40 seats, which has not been achieved since the formation of the new political process in Iraq.

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