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    “Election security” is a priority for the Sudanese... and 3 challenges facing “December 18”

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    “Election security” is a priority for the Sudanese... and 3 challenges facing “December 18” Empty “Election security” is a priority for the Sudanese... and 3 challenges facing “December 18”

    Post by Rocky Wed 13 Dec 2023, 6:42 am

    “Election security” is a priority for the Sudanese... and 3 challenges facing “December 18”
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    With the date of holding the provincial council elections approaching, the government headed by Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani seeks to ensure its security, especially in light of the continuing tension between the armed factions and the American forces, while parliamentary bodies indicate 3 challenges that may face “December 18”, the day set for the polling.
    Today, Wednesday (December 13, 2023), member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Ali Neama, confirms that Al-Sudani is intensifying efforts to prevent any escalation that affects the security of the elections.
    In an interview with “Baghdad Today,” Nimah said, “Electoral security is an utmost necessity and an important factor in strengthening the obsession with reassurance and pushing people to participate and cast their votes in the elections in light of the presence of parties that were and are still fishing in murky waters and pushing them not to hold them on time.”
    He pointed out that "achieving stability and security is important to increase the participation rate in the upcoming elections." 
    Nehme added, “The current December 18 elections face three challenges, including the boycott of some forces, led by the Sadrist movement, which means that a group will not participate, in addition to the fact that any security escalation will directly cast a shadow on the participation rate, accompanied by the participation rates in the previous rounds, which were "Low."
    He explained that "participation rates reaching very low rates will constitute a blemish on the entire electoral process," stressing that "the Sudanese government, by virtue of its powers, is responsible for the security and elections files."
    He continued, "The Prime Minister has already intensified his efforts to calm the situation through openness to all Iraqi parties and sending a message of the necessity of respecting the country's sovereignty and that there should not be any situations or events that disturb the security of the elections, especially since December 18 represents a challenge to the government and proof of its existence." 
    He stated that "because of these matters, the security forces are prepared to confront any emergency."
    Recently, there has been tension between the armed factions in Iraq and the American forces, against the backdrop of Washington's continued support of Israel in its war against the Palestinian people. 
    While the so-called “Islamic Resistance in Iraq” announced the targeting of American interests and bases in the country, as a response to the continued Zionist aggression on Gaza, which resulted in the targeting of the “Ain al-Assad” bases in Anbar, and the “Harir” bases in Erbil, with marches and missiles, and the last targeting was bombing. The US embassy in Baghdad was fired with mortar shells, which raised tensions between the two parties, which the embassy confirmed in its recent statement regarding “reserving the right of response.”  
    While the government is striving to maintain security stability in the country and reduce tension between the Americans and the armed factions by emphasizing "the ability of the Iraqi security forces to protect diplomatic missions and pursue the perpetrators of attacks on them." 
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