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    The fate of democracy in Kurdistan: between postponement, manipulation, and sharing the “cake”

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    The fate of democracy in Kurdistan: between postponement, manipulation, and sharing the “cake” Empty The fate of democracy in Kurdistan: between postponement, manipulation, and sharing the “cake”

    Post by Rocky Sat 15 Jun 2024, 5:08 am

    [size=38]The fate of democracy in Kurdistan: between postponement, manipulation, and sharing the “cake”[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: The Iraqi Kurdish political forces have been engaged in intense dialogue for days to discuss the new date for holding elections in the Kurdistan region, in the north of the country, which will lead to the election of a new presidency for the region and its government through Parliament.
    The elections in the Kurdistan region were postponed more than once due to severe political disputes, one of which was due to decisions issued by the country’s Supreme Federal Court, which included obligating Baghdad to organize these elections through the High Elections Commission, and abolishing the quota for religious minorities in the region.
    On Friday, prominent members of the two main parties in the region, the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Masoud Barzani and the National Union led by Bafel Talabani, spoke about consultations between the parties to determine a new date scheduled to be announced within days, while the Election Commission in Baghdad confirmed that it had presented the Kurds with a proposed date in September. Next September, awaiting her response.
    According to a member of the ruling Kurdistan Democratic Party in Erbil, Mahdi Abdul Karim, in the next few days, expanded meetings will take place, including all active political parties in the Kurdistan region, in order to set the date for the elections and announce it officially, and the regional government will inform this date to the commission in Baghdad in order to complete its preparations. for the electoral process.
    Disagreements are taking place over the elections in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, embodied in the opposition parties’ concerns about the neutrality and integrity of the electoral process. These parties accused the two main ruling parties, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, of exploiting state resources to their advantage during election campaigns.
    She also complained of fraud and manipulation in the voting and vote-counting process. It accused international observers of insufficient security measures to ensure the integrity of the electoral process.
    Postponing the parliamentary elections in the Kurdistan region of Iraq several times led to sharp criticism from some political parties and figures who see this postponement as an attempt to extend the period of rule without a popular mandate.
    There are major differences between the main parties in Kurdistan, such as the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) over the sharing of power and influence. These differences extend to competition over control of some cities and strategic areas within the region.
    One of the controversial issues is the system of government in the region and how positions are distributed among the main parties. There is criticism that some parties control power unfairly, marginalizing other parties.
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