The Commission comments on the possibility of holding early elections after a year, according to the Sudanese program
Shafaq News/ The Independent High Electoral Commission in Iraq commented today, Saturday, on the possibility of holding early elections after one year, according to the government program of the new government, headed by Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani.
Imad Jamil, a member of the media team of the Electoral Commission, told Shafaq News Agency, "Conducting early elections requires the provision of an election law, as well as a sufficient financial budget to complete the electoral process," noting that "elections depend on the nature of the law, especially that these laws are complex and need to be time for the purpose of its application by the Commission.
And he indicated, "The nature of some laws is simple in application," stressing that "the law must be known, how to distribute districts, the process of counting and sorting, and other technical procedures."
Jamil added that "the possibility of holding early elections within a year depends on the law and the provision of funds."
On October 27, the Iraqi Council of Representatives voted on the ministerial curriculum prepared by Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani, and among the most prominent content of that curriculum, “conducting provincial elections, amending the general parliamentary elections law within 3 months, and holding early elections within a year.” .
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