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    The Kurdish street is "angry"... What is the fate of the opposition forces in the Kurdistan Parliame

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    The Kurdish street is "angry"... What is the fate of the opposition forces in the Kurdistan Parliame Empty The Kurdish street is "angry"... What is the fate of the opposition forces in the Kurdistan Parliame

    Post by Rocky Mon 12 Feb 2024, 5:08 am

    The Kurdish street is "angry"... What is the fate of the opposition forces in the Kurdistan Parliament elections?
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    Baghdad today - Erbil
    A member of the Administration Center at the Ashtar Center for Democracy Support, Lawan Othman, confirmed today, Monday (February 12, 2024), that there are several problems in the work of the Iraqi Election Commission, while wondering about the possibility of its success in challenging the holding of elections for the Kurdistan Parliament.
    Othman told "Baghdad Today" that "there is a problem in the remaining period of the Commission's life and with the date of holding the Kurdistan Parliament elections, in addition to the technical aspect, since the Commission was burdened months ago with the provincial council elections."
    He added, "There is no real presence of the Kurdish opposition forces politically, and they are affiliated with a political alliance. There is a front in the process of crystallization, emergence, and cohesion in order to have chances in the political future."
    Othman stated, "The greatest challenge for any real forces is to convince the street to return to participate in the elections, because what the parties in power practiced has pushed the street to lose its faith in democracy and elections in general."
    He pointed out that "the number of boycotters increases with each electoral process, and the biggest challenge for any new opposition coalition is convincing the Kurdish street how to participate in the Kurdistan Parliament elections," pointing out that "the experience of 2018 and the experience of 2021 are on their way to being repeated and repeated in the Kurdistan region."
    The Kurdistan Regional Parliament elections were scheduled to be held on February 25, but a lawsuit was filed by a number of Kurdish politicians, led by members of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, which included an appeal against 5 articles in the election law before the Federal Supreme Court. However, the court postponed the session several times. Which makes the Independent High Electoral Commission do not have enough time to prepare the requirements for conducting the electoral process in Kurdistan.
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