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Politician: Going to early elections may lead to worse outcomes than 2021

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Post by rocky Tue 16 Aug 2022, 4:32 am

[size=46]Politician: Going to early elections may lead to worse outcomes than 2021[/size]
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18:51 - 08-15-2022
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Independent politician Saad Al-Mutalibi confirmed today, Monday, that going to early elections may lead to worse outcomes than the 2021 elections
. Al-Mutalibi said in a press statement, "Most political forces support any path that leads to stability, including holding early elections, but important steps must be preceded by them. It is a new election law, a new commission, a government with full powers, and passing the budget to cover the election expenses.”
He added, "Going to early elections under the caretaker government headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi and with the same law and the Electoral Commission may lead to worse outcomes than the 2021 elections."
He pointed out that "the current state of stalemate and intractability calls for a solution from everyone and sitting at the dialogue table in order to preserve civil peace and the interests of the public away from dissolving Parliament outside the constitutional frameworks."

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