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Head of the “Supreme Judiciary”: Parliamentary elections in Iraq are fair

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Post by rocky Fri 12 Nov 2021, 7:25 am

[size=52]Head of the “Supreme Judiciary”: Parliamentary elections in Iraq are fair[/size]

He said that the investigation file into the assassination attempt on the Prime Minister is still in its early stages
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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi casting his vote in the recent elections (Reuters)
Baghdad: Fadel Al-Nashmi
[size=45]It appears that the head of the Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq, Judge Faiq Zaidan, has resolved the dispute over accusations of fraud that affected the general parliamentary elections that took place in early October, through which he confirmed, yesterday, Thursday, in statements to the “Iraqi News Agency.” The official stated that “election fraud has not been proven so far, it has not been proven by legal evidence.”[/size]
[size=45]Zaidan explained that "the investigation file of the attempt to assassinate Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi is with the committee formed by the prime minister, and it has not yet been presented to the judiciary and is still in its early stages."[/size]
[size=45]Regarding the investigations that the authorities are conducting regarding the clashes between demonstrators protesting the election results and riot police last week, the head of the Judicial Council stated that “the investigation into the killers of demonstrators in the vicinity of the Green Zone last Friday is continuing and pending the completion of the work of the investigative committee formed by the Prime Minister to present it to the judicial authority.” ».[/size]
[size=45]The statement of the head of the country’s highest judicial department could block the way for skeptics and objectors to the election results from the forces affiliated with the umbrella of what has become known as the “coordinating framework,” and most of them are Shiite forces that lost in the elections, such as the “Wisdom” movement and the “Victory” alliance or Those that lost more than half of their seats in the last parliamentary session, such as the "Al-Fatah" coalition, which includes most of the forces and militias allied to Iran.[/size]
[size=45]The statement of the head of the judiciary may also lead to resolving the stifling political crisis caused by the objections to the election results and the subsequent protests and demonstrations of the losing forces and the resulting clashes with the security forces and riot control. Difficulties leading to the formation of the fifth “democratic” government after 2003.[/size]
[size=45]And it seems, through the course of calm committed by the conflicting Shiite forces after the assassination attempt on Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, last Sunday, that it may lead to the political forces pushing for a quick agreement to choose the next government, and in the last two days, there have actually appeared talks about those initial agreements between the political forces, as A member of the "State of Law" coalition, Saad Al-Mutalibi, said yesterday, in a press statement, that "new understandings and agreements between the political blocs are to accept each other and not go towards escalation and disharmony." He added, "The wise and wise have intervened to solve the crisis caused by the repercussions of the elections, and the coming days will witness the end of the crisis and the formation of a government that satisfies all parties."[/size]
[size=45]In the context of the same endeavor aimed at agreeing to form the next government, the "Sadr bloc" negotiating committee headed by Hassan al-Adhari received on Thursday a delegation of the Kurdistan National Union Party headed by Khaled Shwani in Baghdad.[/size]
[size=45]A statement issued by the meeting stressed the "importance of initiating a new phase that heals the Iraqis' wounds, opens a page of serious work to serve all the people, and establishes a comprehensive renaissance at various levels."[/size]
[size=45]He added that «the meeting discussed a number of files related to internal affairs, foremost of which are the parliamentary elections and their results, and touched upon the necessity of organizing relations between Baghdad and the Kurdistan region».[/size]
[size=45]In the view of quite a few local observers, the positive atmosphere and the continuous meetings between the various political blocs that won the elections, may not necessarily lead to announcing the formation of the government booth once the Electoral Commission has completed appeals in some electoral stations to ratify the final results, given the differences Which may emerge to the surface at any moment between the conflicting Shiite forces, represented by the Sadrist movement, which won the highest number of parliamentary seats (73 seats), on the one hand, and the allied “State of Law” and “Al-Fateh” coalitions on the other hand, especially with the constitutional complexity associated with the concept of The parliamentary “largest bloc” qualified to form a government, as happened in the majority of previous parliamentary sessions.[/size]
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