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    Parties to the coordination framework intend to internationalize the crisis of the election results

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    Parties to the coordination framework intend to internationalize the crisis of the election results Empty Parties to the coordination framework intend to internationalize the crisis of the election results

    Post by Rocky Thu 18 Nov 2021, 6:30 am

    [size=52]Parties to the coordination framework intend to internationalize the crisis of the election results[/size]

    [size=45]Baghdad / Firas Adnan and Hussein Ali[/size]
    [size=45]Parties in the coordination framework talk about a new escalation regarding the October elections, and revealed intentions to internationalize them by submitting a complaint to the Security Council, pointing to the presence of evidence that they described as irrefutable in support of their claim. Despite this escalation that the Al-Fateh Alliance is waving, its partner in the framework, the Wisdom Movement, expressed optimism about the existence of indications for manual recounting in a way that he said would meet the aspirations of the demonstrators who opposed the results.[/size]
    [size=45]In an interview with Al-Mada, Mahmoud Al-Hayani, a member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, said that "the United Nations mission in Baghdad has deviated from its duties, and after it was planned to assume oversight, it began to supervise the elections."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Hayani continues, "One of the main reasons for the demonstrations is the repeated statements of the United Nations in support of the mechanism in which the results of the elections were announced, which aroused suspicion and suspicion among citizens."[/size]
    [size=45]He explained, "The UN mission's data exceeded the objections and did not refer to popular anger, and the feeling that the results had been manipulated."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Hayani revealed, “The coordination framework has directed towards the internationalization of the election crisis. If the results remain in their current state without being addressed by legal means, this will force us to file a complaint with the Security Council.” And he stated, "The international complaint will be attached to irrefutable evidence that supports our position that the elections witnessed clear violations that distorted the will of the voter and tampered with the results."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Hayani denied, “the existence of a personal dispute with the representative of the United Nations Mission in Iraq, Jenin Plaschaert,” adding that “her performance was the cause of the crisis that occurred, after she gave assurances to all the leaders of the blocs and candidates, that oversight would be tight on the electoral process, but what happened The day of the poll came in contravention of those promises.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed, "The issue of tampering with the results and the delay in closing the ballot boxes took place under the supervision of the United Nations, and therefore it bears a large part of the responsibility," noting that "the mission in Baghdad came out at first with provocative statements and talked about simple and slight violations."[/size]
    [size=45]While Al-Hayani continued, "The position has become clear that this mission should be reconsidered and replaced with another," stressing that "the solution to the election crisis depends on meeting the demands of the objectors and not wasting our votes." He believes that "the elections were the worst after 2003, and the demonstrations that resulted in casualties."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Hayani stated, "The coordinating framework is looking for the votes of its voters that were wasted on the pretext that they are invalid, but despite that we are the most numerous bloc consisting of 98 deputies so far, i.e. about a third of the next parliament."[/size]
    [size=45]He finds, "The political situation in Iraq, especially with the election crisis, is moving towards consociationalism, because the majority does not serve the public interest." Al-Hayani pointed out that "the Shiite house is still suffering from a dispute, while the Kurdish and Sunni houses are waiting for the outcome of the talks in order to expedite the formation of the government." He noted that "the Sadrist movement and the coordination framework are holding talks with the Progress Alliance and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, and neither of the Shiite parties has reached an agreement, everyone is waiting for the results of the elections." Al-Hayani concluded, “The possibility of an alliance between the coordination framework and the Sadrists, which is welcomed by the Sunni and Kurdish blocs that do not want to support one party at the expense of the other.” For his part, a member of the Al-Hikma Movement, Hisham Al-Hasnawi, said in a statement to Al-Mada that "overcoming the current crisis begins with the response of the concerned authorities to the appeals against the elections and moving towards the real manual counting of the funds."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Hasnawi continued, "The objectors are looking for a message of reassurance that their votes will not be wasted and that their will and their constitutional right to choose who represents them will be preserved."[/size]
    [size=45]And he continues, that "time still allows for things to be restored to normal, and not to escalate, and in this way we will restore the citizen's confidence that the elections have brought the correct results." Al-Hasnawi concluded, “Indications are that there are looming solutions on the issue of manual counting and on the method that all objectors agree on, because our reservation is not intended to impede the formation of the government, but is caused by the search for the truth and preserving the voices of Iraqis.” The Wisdom Movement led by Ammar al-Hakim is trying to end the state of escalation between the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement, through an initiative it described as patriotism for dialogue.[/size]
    [size=45]In addition, political affairs specialist Manaf al-Moussawi told Al-Mada that "the coordination framework has become convinced that objecting to the election results will not change the equation." Al-Moussawi added, "Putting initiatives, including the initiative of the head of the Wisdom Movement, Ammar Al-Hakim, is a good step," noting that "everyone is looking for a settlement, before announcing the final results."[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out, "Those who object to the election results may obtain parliamentary positions to satisfy them."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Moussawi said, "The Sadrist bloc will move towards forming a national majority government through a longitudinal alliance with the winning forces, which seem to almost agree on the alliance's vision and programme."[/size]
    [size=45]In turn, the winning candidate, Basem Khashan, saw that Al-Hakim's initiative might lead to finding a way out of the crisis, but at the expense of the law and the constitution by circumventing the constitution. And Khashan said, "Al-Hakim's initiative may be among the initiatives that can achieve something on the ground, but it will be at the expense of the constitution and the law," noting that "there are other solutions that are consistent with the constitution and the law, and they need a position and a will to achieve them." Khashan pointed out, "The solution is through the application of the law and the constitution and the ruling that the election law is unconstitutional because it includes grave violations, its cancellation, and the return of the previous parliament to its work, given that its solution was on the condition of holding the elections and as long as the elections were canceled, then Parliament returns to its work." He added, "The dissolution of Parliament was originally not constitutional, given that it set a condition for the dissolution, and this is not permissible, and the Republican decree in the same matter was unconstitutional. Therefore, all of these violations require the cancellation of the elections, the return of the previous parliament, the amendment of the law, and then holding fair elections that are in the interest of Iraq." and his people.” The winning candidate concluded the 2021 elections, saying: "Our vision of the public scene makes us rule out the positive interaction of political forces with Al-Hakim's initiative." The Electoral Judicial Authority continues to consider the appeals against the election results by the objectors.[/size]
    [size=45]Imad Jamil, a member of the media team of the Electoral Commission, indicated that the judiciary will decide on all the appeals submitted to it today, Thursday, indicating, during a press statement, that what is issued by the commission is binding on the Electoral Commission, and the parties objecting to the results.[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, "After all appeals are resolved by the judiciary, the commission will announce the final results," noting that the announcement of the results depends on the judiciary's decision, which will be decided after two days.[/size]


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