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    Post by Rocky Mon 31 Oct 2022, 7:08 am

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    The Iraqi capital, Baghdad, is scheduled to witness, next week, the first meeting to discuss the issue of holding early elections, which is supposed to be preceded by parliament making an amendment to the current election law, as demanded by the "coordinating framework" forces, which consider the current law a major reason for the decline in their fortunes. In the recent elections, due to the dispersal of its audience among the multiple electoral districts.
    This is a measure that is expected to meet opposition from the Sadrist movement if the old election [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , which divides Iraq into 18 large electoral districts over the number of provinces, is repeated.

    With the Sadrists’ position on political developments in the country and the formation of the new government continued to be awaited, the issue of early elections is the last card owned by the “coordinating framework” to maintain the current state of calm on the part of the Sadrists, according to what a prominent leader in the “coordinating framework” spoke to. The New Arab.
    He revealed a meeting scheduled for next week between the leaders of the political blocs to discuss the formation of a parliamentary committee, which will undertake the task of preparing a draft amendment to the new election law to be presented to Parliament.

    Amending the election law

    He revealed that "the draft amendment to the electoral law must be completed before the end of next January, and the parliament will vote on it, and it is likely that it will be the subject of great controversy among the political forces," adding: "In principle, the most prominent amendment will be on the issue of electronic counting and sorting, to be manual." As well as reviewing the distribution of electoral districts, as well as addressing the issue of elections for Iraqis abroad who were denied the right to vote in the past elections.
    The leader of the "coordinating framework" stressed that "the second part is naming a new electoral commission, which is also a very sensitive file, as the framework considers that the nomination of members of the commission through all political forces is better than appointing judges, as happened in the current commission, and the Sadrist movement's refusal to participate in the preparations will be an obstacle." Another of course." He pointed out that the government of Muhammad Shi'a Al-Sudani can hold the elections in a preparation period of up to 9 months after the completion of these dues.
    A leader in the "Coordination Framework": The draft amendment to the electoral law must be completed before the end of next January
    And last Thursday, the Independent High Electoral Commission in Iraq mortgaged the holding of early elections after one year, on two conditions, namely, the financial budget and the election law.
    Member of the Electoral Commission, Imad Jamil, said in a press statement, "The possibility of holding early elections within a year depends on the completion of the relevant law and the provision of funds, and for this we are waiting for the law on the basis of which the next elections will be held, as well as the provision of funds, to know how much time we need to conduct the elections." the electoral process.
    On October 27, the Iraqi parliament voted on [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] . Among the most prominent contents of that curriculum: “Conducting provincial elections, amending the general parliamentary elections law within 3 months and holding early elections within a year,” amid warnings of a repeat of the scenario facing the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, as he was forced to resign after popular demonstrations, if The new government broke its promise to hold early elections.
    The Sadrist movement, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, is one of the fiercest opponents of the Sudanese government. After announcing his candidacy for prime minister, he disrupted the work of Parliament, by storming and sit-in by his supporters for more than a month, and demanded the dissolution of Parliament and the holding of early elections. The early elections are among the most prominent demands of the Sadrists to resolve the political crisis over the past months.

    Doubts about holding elections within a year

    For his part, the leader in the "Coordination Framework", Aid al-Hilali, said in an interview with "Al-Araby Al-Jadeed" that "the holding of early elections within one year does not depend only on the procedures of the Sudanese government, but that the House of Representatives bears this responsibility through the legislation of a law." The elections, and of course raising this issue will witness wide political differences.”
    Al-Hilali explained that "it is [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] except after amending the electoral law, and this matter was confirmed by the Federal Court, in addition to the presence of a governmental and political desire in this matter, but this matter needs a political consensus that will take a long time to happen."
    He considered that holding the elections within one year: “It is possible after completing the election law as well as allocating funds for this process, and for this we believe that holding the elections needs at least a year and a half from now until the process is completed. Amending the law and perhaps changes in the commission will take time. due to political differences.
    A member of the Sadrist movement: The movement will reject any amendment to the election law
    For his part, a prominent member of the Sadrist movement spoke to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed about the Sadrists’ position on amending the current election law, saying that “the movement will reject any amendment to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] related to the issue of electoral districts and their number, and prejudice to this paragraph of the law may push us to unimaginable steps.” It is expected, as it is manipulation, fraud, and an attempt to tailor laws to the size of some parties.”
    For his part, the expert Ahmed Al-Sharifi said in an interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed that “there are no real guarantees about the possibility of holding early elections within one year, and it is very possible that the Sudanese government will remain for a longer period, as the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi did. Legal, financial and technical.
    He stressed that "the Electoral Commission is the party that can determine the real date that it needs to conduct the electoral process, and for this reason, the talk about holding early elections within one year, may be more media than real, especially since Al-Kazemi's government promised the same thing, but the elections were postponed for reasons several".
    Al-Sharifi added that “making amendments to the electoral law will create new political problems and differences between the blocs and parties, and perhaps this will push the Sadrists to return to the protest, as well as the Tishreen forces, and the Sudanese government’s lack of commitment to holding the elections on time, may prompt protests against them, as happened with The government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi in 2019.”
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