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    A representative for the Democratic Party rules out holding Kurdistan Parliament elections: There wi Empty A representative for the Democratic Party rules out holding Kurdistan Parliament elections: There wi

    Post by Rocky Wed 03 Apr 2024, 4:55 am

    A representative for the Democratic Party rules out holding Kurdistan Parliament elections: There will be big problems



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    Shafaq News/ The representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Majid Shankali, today, Wednesday, ruled out holding the Kurdistan Regional Parliament elections in light of his party’s boycott, warning of “major and dangerous” problems.
    Shankali told Shafaq News Agency, “We do not believe that the Kurdistan Regional Parliament elections will be held in light of the Kurdistan Democratic Party’s boycott of them,” explaining that “according to all data, this electoral process cannot be conducted without the participation of the largest party that has 45 seats in the previous regional parliament, and has Political geography on two out of three governorates in the region, namely Erbil and Dohuk.”
    He added, "We believe that there will be solutions to this crisis, because the lack of solutions is not in everyone's interest, and we believe that these elections will be postponed until an agreement and understandings are reached to conduct the electoral process other than the rules set by the Federal Court."
    The representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party concluded by saying, "Holding the Kurdistan Regional Parliament elections under the Democratic boycott will create very, very big problems, and therefore they will be postponed until new understandings are reached regarding this process."
    Yesterday, Tuesday, Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani stressed the need to address all technical obstacles and constitutional and legal violations of the Kurdistan Region elections file, and stressed that the Kurdistan Democratic Party is the founder of legitimacy and elections in the region, and that it supports holding free and fair elections.
    The Independent High Electoral Commission in Erbil announced that the Kurdistan Democratic Party did not submit its participation papers in the Kurdistan Region elections, after the party announced on March 18 a boycott of the parliamentary elections.
    The Democrat threatened to leave the political process in Iraq in the event that the “State Administration” coalition did not commit to implementing the agreements, following the Federal Court’s issuance of decisions regarding the Kurdistan Parliament elections law, which included the abolition of “quota” seats, and that the Independent High Commission for Federal Elections be dissolved instead of the Kurdistan Parliament.
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