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    Parliament receives the proposals of those who object to the election law before it is approved

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    Parliament receives the proposals of those who object to the election law before it is approved Empty Parliament receives the proposals of those who object to the election law before it is approved

    Post by Rocky Wed 08 Mar 2023, 4:16 am

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    [size=52]Parliament receives the proposals of those who object to the election law before it is approved[/size]

    [size=45]Baghdad / Firas Adnan[/size]
    [size=45]The coordination framework is trying to win the sympathy of representatives of the emerging powers and independents, by allowing them to submit their observations on the election law, and promising to study them within the specialized committees before reaching the stage of voting.[/size]
    [size=45]However, this proposal was met with skepticism, and according to independent MPs, the big powers are trying to pass a law that serves their interests and excludes others. Madiha al-Moussawi, a representative of the coordination framework, said, “Parliament has completed the second reading and discussions on the provincial elections law and the House of Representatives, and there is no desire to go back.” Al-Moussawi continued, “The coordination framework requires every deputy who has an opinion, suggestion, or objection to the current draft, to write it down and send it to the Legal Committee for its study.”[/size]
    [size=45]And she pointed out, “Most of the parliament’s forces, especially those affiliated with the State Administration Alliance, support the St. Lego system, making each province a single electoral district.” And Al-Moussawi indicated, “The Legal Committee will study all proposals sent by the deputies, discuss them, and come up with a court draft law that serves the interest of the Iraqi people, and then it will be submitted to a vote.”[/size]
    [size=45]She explained, "This law is one of the important projects that were included in the ministerial curriculum of the government of Muhammad Shia'a Al-Suadni, and we are working intensively at the present time to approve it."[/size]
    [size=45]And Al-Moussawi stressed, “This law is destined for approval and voting in the House of Representatives after completing all the observations on it. It is not reasonable to leave it because there are some objections to it.” And she talked about “the existence of communication with independent representatives and representatives of the emerging powers objecting to the law in order to reach an agreed formula, through meetings and consultations, especially within the specialized committees in which everyone is represented.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Moussawi believes that "the fate of this law will be in the hands of the majority of parliament members in order to pass it, but we are looking to convince the largest number of objectors." And she stated, “This law came in order to hold provincial council elections, at a time frame that may be during the month of October.” Al-Moussawi continued by saying, “The local administrations have remained unsupervised over the past years, and we are looking today for reviving the provincial councils in order to exercise their oversight role, but through a fair law that guarantees true representation of all segments, especially as there is a desire for them to implement a number of projects that need To those who follow it through legal means.[/size]
    [size=45]For his part, independent MP Kazem Al-Touki acknowledged that “there is some tension inside and outside Parliament regarding the second reading and discussion on the third proposal for the Provincial Council Elections Law.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Touki continued, "There are popular demonstrations that have taken place in Baghdad and some provinces, in rejection of the law, which the public considered that it contradicts the will of the Iraqis and that it does not agree with the directives of the religious authority regarding the fairness of the electoral system."[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed, "The representatives of the independent and emerging forces continue their position rejecting this law, which they find unfair to them and does not serve the interest of the electoral process."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Touki pointed out that “the blocs that were with the second reading and the completion of the discussion on the law showed a kind of settlement when the possibility was raised that the proposals be sent to the legal committee in writing for study.”[/size]
    [size=45]And he stressed, "The committee continued its meetings regarding the law and did not stop, and we are waiting for fundamental amendments to be made that are consistent with the public interest."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Touki concluded, “The proposals and amendments are still received by the Legal Committee, and they are studied and discussed in order to include what can be included before voting on the law.”[/size]
    [size=45]However, independent MP Hassan Al-Sabri finds that “the coordination framework has agreed in advance with its partners on the law, and they have no real intentions to amend it.” Al-Sabri continued, “The desire of these blocs is clear to exclude emerging and independent powers and not to allow them to win the upcoming elections.” He pointed out that “attempts were made by independents and emerging forces to dissuade Parliament from the second reading of the amendment, but the big powers refused that, and went towards what they wanted without paying attention to the desire of others, but rather did not involve them in preparing the initial drafts and discussions.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sabri emphasized, “Using the majority and majority policy to pass such laws is incorrect because we want to legislate a law that meets the aspirations of the Iraqi street.”[/size]
    [size=45]He rejects, “accusing the independents and the small forces of obstructing the formation of the government, or contributing to the political deadlock through their access to parliament with this law.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sabri concluded, “The political blockage was the result of the desire of two political parties at the time to reach power, and our presence in Parliament cannot be held responsible for that, and this is an excuse to exclude us from winning, through a detailed law in accordance with the desire of the big powers.”[/size]
    [size=45]There is constant talk of preparing large demonstrations rejecting the current draft of the third amendment to the provincial and district council elections law. The refusal comes for a number of reasons, the first of which is the reliance of the St. Lego system, which was excluded, on the successor of the demonstrations, and the second is to make each province one electoral district, and the third is to merge the Parliament elections with the elections of the provincial and district councils. In a later development, a parliamentary statement, received by (Al-Mada), stated that “the Legal Committee, headed by Representative Rebwar Hadi, Chairman of the Committee, and the presence of its members yesterday, held a joint meeting with the Committee of Regions and Governorates that are not organized in a region to discuss the proposed law for the third amendment to the Provincial and District Council Elections Law No. 12 of the year 2018". And the statement continued, “The committee completed the meeting that was held at the headquarters of the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives, discussing the articles and paragraphs of the proposed law.”[/size]
    [size=45]And the statement stated, “The meeting decided that the percentage of unreadable fingerprints allowed should not exceed 3% of the number of voters in the voter register at the station level, and that the Commission relies in determining the preparation of the voter register on the latest database of the voter register.” He pointed out, "The meeting stressed the necessity of canceling the elections abroad due to the lack of futility and the high financial cost of holding them." The statement stressed, “The discussion of some technical articles of the law has been postponed until after hosting the High Electoral Commission and listening to their observations regarding the proposed law.”[/size]
    [size=45]And the statement went on, “The committee received the proposals of the Parliamentary Regions Committee and representatives of independents and emerging parliamentary blocs, regarding (the age of the candidate) and his educational attainment, in addition to the form of the electoral system and the electoral divider, and the committee promised to study the proposals submitted to reach a final version of the law that meets ambition.”[/size]
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