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    "Aftershocks" of the Local Elections Law... "brings Iraq back to square one"

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    Post by Rocky Sat Feb 25, 2023 7:01 am

    "Aftershocks" of the Local Elections Law... "brings Iraq back to square one"



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    Shafaq News / Today, Saturday, the Parliamentary Regions and Governorates Committee considered the draft law for the provincial elections that it would "return Iraq to square one" and create political and societal divisions and problems.
    Committee member Ahmed Majeed told Shafaq News agency, "The Parliamentary Regions and Governorates Committee discussed the draft provincial elections law, and it became clear that the law is unfair and is a monopoly of the ruling authority after two decades of failure, failure, corruption and injustice."
    He added, "The draft law for provincial elections, which is currently in the House of Representatives, will cause Iraq to return to square one, social division, and raise political problems, and will affect Iraqi security."
    And the deputy continued, "The Parliamentary Regions and Governorates Committee submitted several proposals and important observations, and they will be discussed with the Legal Committee before the second reading of the law."
    On Thursday, the Iraqi Council of Representatives failed to hold its session devoted to discussing several issues, most notably the amendment of the provincial and district council elections law, and decided to postpone its holding until next Monday.
    At the time, a parliamentary source attributed, in a statement to Shafaq News agency, the failure to hold the session to the lack of a quorum in attendance as a result of the objection to amending the provincial elections law, adding that the independent representatives are the main reason why the parliament session did not convene on Thursday.
    And the State of Law parliamentary bloc announced, on February 23, the existence of an agreement within the State Administration coalition to proceed with the second reading of the provincial elections law, indicating that the law was prepared to create large blocs within these councils.
    The "Sanad" parliamentary bloc, one of the blocs within the coordination framework, announced, in the middle of this month, its support for the proposal for the provincial and district council elections law, while pointing out that the elections will be held according to the "St.
    On February 14, the legal committee in the Iraqi parliament announced its reservations about the "amended" election law in Iraq, stressing the need to separate the provincial elections law from the general parliamentary elections.
    The circle of rejection of the "amended" election law in Iraq, which the House of Representatives recently finished reading, is widening, after the independent representatives rejected it. Parliamentary blocs and civil society organizations expressed their rejection of the law, warning of the danger of proceeding with its legislation.

    During its session, which was held on Monday, February 13, the House of Representatives completed the first reading of the proposed law for the third amendment to the provincial and district council elections law.

    A group of civil society organizations, the Forces for Democratic Change and the Watan Parliamentary Bloc held an extensive meeting to discuss the legal contexts through which the first reading of the draft of the third amendment to the Provincial Council Elections Law passed, which included practices that are "inconsistent with democratic principles," according to a statement issued by them.
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