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Iraqis participated in an international poll: Our country is devoid of democracy

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Post by rocky Tue 27 Sep 2022, 4:58 am

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[size=52]Iraqis participated in an international poll: Our country is devoid of democracy[/size]

[size=45]Translation: Hamed Ahmed[/size]
[size=45]Iraqis who participated in an international poll affirmed that the country is devoid of democracy, calling for the continuation of the international community's oversight to prevent the emergence of new dictatorships, pointing out that there are major problems, the most important of which is quotas.[/size]
[size=45]A report by the (The National News) news website, translated by Al-Mada, stated that "few regions in the world share their countries with one identity, religion and language, as is the case in the Middle East and North Africa, while differing in their views, ideas and worldview."[/size]
[size=45]And he spoke about a survey on Arab youth's views of the democratic system that included 3,400 young people from 17 countries and 50 cities in the region, that 65% of Arab youth believe that democracy is not compatible with the region and their countries.[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that “an independent poll conducted by the news website for the opinions of young people in Iraq and other Arab countries, including Egypt and Tunisia, confirmed that 75% of the youth of the Middle East countries do not believe that democracy is compatible with the nature of their countries, while 62% of the youth of North African countries have the same opinion. “.[/size]
[size=45]An Iraqi young man from Mosul, Yasser Ahmed, 23, says that “the term democracy is only found in the media, but there is none of it on the ground.”[/size]
[size=45]The report confirmed, “Ahmed, who works in the delivery services network project in Mosul, was only 4 years old when the American invasion of Iraq took place and toppled the previous dictatorial regime that ruled Iraq for decades. Instead of that system, the United States introduced a democratic system to the country, but after 20 years of that time, the Iraqis say they are deluded by this system.[/size]
[size=45]Ahmed added, "Since it entered us, democracy has overshadowed other problems in the country, most notably the quota system."[/size]
[size=45]Ahmed pointed out that "the system of government prevailing in Iraq since 2003, according to which positions are distributed between political parties and blocs based on sect, race and religion without taking into account the results of the elections."[/size]
[size=45]The report indicated that "since 2003, Iraq has held five national elections for a full government session, and after each election period, the parties take several months in an attempt to reach a consensus government that represents all parties."[/size]
[size=45]The report stressed, "It has been almost a year since Iraq held the last early elections, and a new government has not been formed," explaining that "competitions between parties have hindered the formation of the new government."[/size]
[size=45]Ahmed returns to believe in "the possibility of implementing democracy in Iraq, but that takes time," expressing his hope that "the future generations of Iraqis may achieve this and find a new path in the political process."[/size]
[size=45]For his part, a 20-year-old law student, Mohamed Naji, said, “Middle Eastern democracies need continuous support from the international community to be able to survive and be implemented.”[/size]
[size=45]Naji added, "As long as democracy is new to the region, it needs constant supervision by the international community so that it does not pave the way for a new authoritarian regime."[/size]
[size=45]Naji pointed out that "the United States created in Iraq a space for freedom in the country that allowed the introduction of a nascent democracy that took root in it, but it turned its back, leaving the political competitors with the opportunity to create a democracy that suits their own interests."[/size]
[size=45]For her part, Farida Magdy, a journalism student at the American University in Cairo, emphasized that “successful democracy does not exist anywhere in the world.”[/size]
[size=45]Magdy, 24, added that "efforts to activate democracy have failed in Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq and Libya, and they are not suitable for the Middle East."[/size]
[size=45]Magdy spoke about "rampant sectarian policies in the Middle East, violations of human rights in many places in the region, as well as government corruption and neglect of the needs of the people," and asked, "How can anything close to democracy grow?" Nassif, a 28-year-old Tunisian computer engineer, pointed out the impossibility of "achieving democracy in the Arab world because of the divisions and rivalries caused by the powerful forces in the region."[/size]
[size=45]Nassif believes that "there are sectarian, religious and intellectual divisions resulting from influential parties, and democracy cannot succeed in this atmosphere." And the Iraqi Yasser Ahmed returns to saying, "The losers are always the innocent people of the country, not the governments."[/size]
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