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    A newspaper reveals the position of the Sadrist movement on proposals to amend the election law

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    A newspaper reveals the position of the Sadrist movement on proposals to amend the election law Empty A newspaper reveals the position of the Sadrist movement on proposals to amend the election law

    Post by Rocky Wed 15 Feb 2023, 4:45 am

    [size=30]A newspaper reveals the position of the Sadrist movement on proposals to amend the election law
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    Baghdad - Nas  
    The Sadrist movement rejects the recent amendments to the local and legislative elections law, while hinting that it may not participate in the upcoming elections, according to a leader in the movement who has not yet taken his opinion on these amendments.  
      
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    A senior leader in the Sadrist movement told Al-Mada (February 15, 2023) that the movement "has no contact with the Coordination Framework Committee regarding the preparation of the draft election law and the draft law of the Independent High Electoral Commission."  
      
    The leader, who requested anonymity, added that the movement supports "the current election law according to the system of the highest votes and the small circle, as well as the formation of the Election Commission of judges and advisors to the State Council."  
      
    Most of the political forces go to agree to cancel the multiple districts to get rid of the independents, while the popular crowd may be included in the special vote.  
      
    Discussions are under way to replace the Electoral Commission, re-vote abroad, and adopt manual counting and sorting.  
      
    Regarding the current law, the leader continued, "This is a popular and reference choice, as mass demonstrations took place at the time to change the previous electoral law, and the supreme reference demanded to change the previous election law, and then the current law. The commission is a popular demand supported by the supreme reference, and the change currently proposed is contrary to these wills." .  
      
    According to Sherwan Dobardani, a member of the Regions Committee in Parliament, "most of the political forces are with the abolition of multiple constituencies and a return to St. Lego," noting that "there are differences over the adoption of formula 1.7 or 1.9."  
      
    In 2020, after the October demonstrations, Parliament had approved the multiple constituencies and allowed for the first time individual candidacy, while the new amendments refer to the abolition of laws and the consideration of each governorate as an electoral district.  
      
    As for "St. Lego", it was used for the first time in the 2009 Parliament elections, and before that Iraq was a single constituency by adopting the electoral denominator system, which is a certain number of votes that the competing list must pass first in order to win seats.  
      
    After that, in the subsequent elections, it was modified to proportional representation by the "Hundt" system, then the big powers returned to complain about "St. Lego 1" under the pretext that it had produced "fragile alliances" due to the rise of small parties, especially in the provincial elections.  
      
    And then he amended it (amended Parliament and enacted almost one law for each local or legislative election) to a new formula, St. Lego 1.6, and in 2018 St. Lego 1.9.  
      
    This system is based on dividing the results of the votes of the participating forces into two numbers (1.6 or 1.9) according to the approved system, and the last version was the harshest for the small blocs.  
      
    It is likely that the insistence of the coordination framework and other forces to return to "St. Lego" is to get rid of the independents who rose in the last elections.  
      
    A few days ago, Aqil al-Fatlawi said in a televised interview that "independents do not have a unified position" and "once with the obstructive third and once on the other side."  
      
    For the first time, 70 candidates succeeded in ascending to the current parliament under the banner of "independents", and then most of them dissolved after that within the large coalitions.  
      
    The independents did not succeed in chairing the parliamentary committees, and some of them, such as Representative Bassem Khashan, were prevented from even joining any committee or intervening in the sessions.  
      
    The independents also objected to what they described as "confusing" the parliament sessions in presenting proposals from "unknown persons" to amend the election law, as stated yesterday in a statement by the Ishraqa Canon bloc.  
      
    According to leaked copies of the proposals to amend the Provincial Council Elections Law, which was merged in an unclear way with the Legislative Elections Law, it brings the elections abroad once again.  
      
    The leaks also indicate that there are discussions about including the popular crowd in the special vote, along with the security forces and the army.  
      
    The proposal was submitted by 10 deputies believed to be from the coordination framework, and they amended 15 articles in the law, most notably the abolition of Law 9 of 2020 (the last legislative election law).  
      
    Shawn Dobardani says, "There is a contradiction between the name of the law and the first article in the amendment," noting that "the name of the proposal is the third amendment to the provincial council elections, while the first proposal says (the phrase provincial councils shall be replaced by the phrase Parliament and provincial councils wherever they appear in the law)."  
      
    The deputy added, "The proposal is a preliminary discussion to push the political forces to expedite the enactment of the law so that we can hold local elections next October," noting that "the committees will receive proposals and the opinions of experts and organizations on those proposals."  
      
    The head of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Rebwar Hadi, said, "The House of Representatives has completed the first reading of the proposal to amend the provincial elections law."  
      
    Hadi added, "This proposal was signed by more than 50 deputies, and it also included the Parliament elections."  
      
    And he pointed out, "The governorate, according to this law, will be one electoral district, by adopting the St. Lego 1.9 system."  
      
    Hadi pointed out, "There are demands to adopt a ratio of 1.7, but what was read is the proposal as it is, without making any amendments to it."  
      
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