The New Generation: The St. Lego electoral system targets independents and small blocs[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.][You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Today, 09:52 |
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Baghdad today - Baghdad
Today, Tuesday, the leader of the New Generation Movement, Rebwar Chalabi, considered the election law of the Saint-Lego system an "attempt" in favor of the large parties.
Chalabi told (Baghdad Today) that "the attempt to vote on the St. Lego law is to impose the control of large parties and prevent independents from obtaining seats."
Chalabi added, "There is fear of what happened in the recent elections, with the rise of independent representatives and small blocs."
Yesterday, the House of Representatives decided to postpone a report and discussion of a proposal to amend the Provincial Council Elections Law.
And the media department of the Council stated, in a statement received by (Baghdad Today), that "the House of Representatives voted to postpone the report and discussion of the proposed law for the third amendment to the Provincial and District Council Elections Law No. (12) for the year 2018 to a session next Saturday."
Emerging political forces and various parties protested earlier this morning, in front of the Iraqi parliament building in the capital, Baghdad, in rejection of attempts to pass the St. Lego electoral law in its current form.
The issue of the election law began to heat up again within the corridors of the political parties and blocs, in light of the difference between the parties controlling the parliament that want to pass the "St.