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    "Voter records" worry the Arab component in Kirkuk...and these are the reasons for requesting postpo

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    Post by Rocky Wed 13 Dec 2023, 4:27 am

    "Voter records" worry the Arab component in Kirkuk...and these are the reasons for requesting postponement
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    Concern is sweeping the Arab component in Kirkuk Governorate, and the reason is “voter records,” amid demands to postpone the local elections in this governorate until the records are “cleaned” of people who did not previously live in the governorate’s areas. 
    The leader of the Arab component in Kirkuk, Hatem Al-Assi, revealed today, Wednesday (December 13, 2023), the component’s fear of “voter records” in the governorate.
    Al-Assi said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “the Arab component knows the size of its audience in Kirkuk, but fears voter records,” noting that “there are thousands of registered voters who are not from Kirkuk.”
    He pointed out that "they were registered, given residence cards, and were transferred during the Kurdish component's control over the governorate's administration."
    He added, "The complaint submitted by the constituent to the Federal Court was aimed at postponing the elections in Kirkuk until the voter records were cleaned," stressing "the fear of influencing the election results."
    Yesterday, Tuesday, the Federal Court issued a decision that there was no obstacle to holding the Kirkuk Provincial Council elections on the scheduled date, coinciding with the other provinces.
    Meanwhile, member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Idris Haj Adel, confirmed today, Wednesday (December 13, 2023), that the Federal Court’s decision to reject the lawsuit to postpone the Kirkuk elections is a fair and courageous decision.
    Haj Adel said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “provincial council elections must be held in Kirkuk because no elections have been held in the city since 2005.” 
    He added, "This decision is fair, because Kirkuk, like the rest of the provinces, must have a local authority and a new administration drawn up by the democratic process, and the representation of the components must be fair." 
    He pointed out that "the Kurdish component has made up its mind, and everyone knows our weight in Kirkuk and our lists, and we will achieve the majority that will enable us to form the local government."
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