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    “The region’s reputation has been damaged.” A Kurdish acknowledgment of the impact of the absence of Parliament and the disadvantages of postponing the elections - urgent
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    Baghdad today - Sulaymaniyah
    Former Kurdish MP Ahmed Haj Rashid confirmed today, Tuesday (June 25, 2024), that postponing the Kurdistan Parliament elections more than once has damaged the region’s reputation before the world.
    Hajj Rashid said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “the reputation and status of the Kurdistan region in the regional and international circles has declined greatly, due to the lack of credibility and respect for the legal timings for holding the elections.”
    He added, "The Kurdistan region is supposed to have taken important steps towards democracy and respect for laws, and the postponement of elections and the absence of legislative authority have harmed the region's reputation before the world."
    In October 2022, the regional parliament extended the duration of its session for an additional year, against the backdrop of political disputes between the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, over how to divide electoral districts.
    After that, the elections were scheduled for November 18, 2023, but the Iraqi Election Commission requested that they be postponed again due to its proximity to the date of the provincial council elections in Iraq, which took place on December 18.
    The elections were then scheduled for February 25, 2024, but the Commission requested in December that they be postponed again pending a decision from the Federal Supreme Court regarding the region’s election law.
    On February 21, the court issued a decision setting the number of members of the regional parliament to 100 instead of 111, and handing over the management of the region’s elections to the High Election Commission instead of another local body, as reported by the official Iraqi News Agency.
    The President of the Region, Nechirvan Barzani, announced on Sunday that “last June 10, 2024, will be the date for the general elections for the sixth session of the Kurdistan Parliament,” but it was postponed due to the Democratic Party’s boycott of the elections before he changed his decision without agreeing on a specific date for the elections.
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