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Early elections in Iraq.. The Sudanese government is silent and the US ambassador is enthusiastic

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Early elections in Iraq.. The Sudanese government is silent and the US ambassador is enthusiastic Empty Early elections in Iraq.. The Sudanese government is silent and the US ambassador is enthusiastic

Post by rocky Fri 09 Dec 2022, 6:17 am

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Baghdad / Obelisk: The meeting of the “State Administration” coalition, on November 28, showed differences over holding early parliamentary elections, as well as local elections for provincial councils, which were held more than 4 years late.
The meeting did not lead to any agreement on the file of holding early elections, and this is not an easy matter, as it arouses the resentment of the Sadrist movement, the civil forces, the demonstrators, and some independent forces.
After the meeting, the “State Administration” coalition issued a statement stating that “the forces and leaders of the coalition discussed, in the presence of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani and Parliament Muhammad al-Halbousi, a comprehensive report on the provincial elections law and the House of Representatives.”
The dispute centers on the form of the law by which the two polls will be conducted, as well as the date of the elections, and that political parties want to hold the provincial elections before the date of the early parliamentary elections.
There is also a disagreement about the parliamentary elections law, and whether one province will have several constituencies, or one constituency and a return to the amended (St. Lego) law.
And “St. Lego” is a mathematical method in distributing the votes of the voters to the participating electoral lists, so the votes are divided by 1.3 upwards, then the small lists get more chances to win parliamentary seats. The higher the electoral divisor is 1.6 or more, the chances of those lists decrease and the seats for large coalitions increase.
Iraq may accept demonstrations that will increase the flames of heat next summer, if the dispute over early elections worsens and causes a delay.
Sources reported that the US ambassador to Baghdad, Romanowski, told political parties that Washington would not accept the Sudanese government to stay for more than a year.
The political researcher, Raad Hashem, raises the question, whether the framework forces are renouncing or clinging to power after new statements indicating the intentions of the political forces in the coordination framework to retreat from promises to hold early elections in the country, as members of Parliament announced the framework forces, new proposed dates that are not early. to conduct elections. Government declined to comment.
But the leader of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, said in statements that there is no objection to holding early elections.
The leader of Asaib Ahl al-Haq, Sheikh Qais al-Khazali, said that he is in favor of holding early elections in order to achieve a balance.
But the follow-up to the Iraqi issue, Aisha Haider al-Dulaimi, asks about the feasibility of early elections, and in parliament there were 75 deputies (…..).
Political analyst Mujahid al-Taie believes that the Sudanese government may not last long, as it seems that another early election is the only way to restore political balance in Iraq.
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