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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Nov 26, 2019 11:37 pm

The United Nations is ready to provide international experts to Iraq in the elections and the work of the Commission

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2019/11/26 07:20:42
 
The United Nations is ready to provide international experts on the mechanisms of elections and the work of the Commission in the country, the UN Secretary-General's Representative in Iraq, Jenin Blachart, and the head of the electoral assistance office said Tuesday.

She and her advisory team during a meeting with the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbousi today, expressed the readiness of the United Nations to provide assistance and provide international experts and achieve international standards in the election mechanisms and the work of the Commission; to enable Iraqis to elect their representatives in a transparent and more acceptable.

For his part, Halbousi said that "the House of Representatives will work on the legislation of the new election laws and the Independent High Commission to restore confidence between the people and the entire political process and ensure the right to vote for all people."

The capital Baghdad, and a number of provinces with a predominantly Shiite demonstrations since the beginning of last October to protest against the deterioration of service and living conditions, and the spread of unemployment within the community and the spread of financial and administrative corruption in state institutions and departments.

Demonstrators rose to the sack of the current federal government headed by Adel Abdul-Mahdi and the removal of political parties that emerged after 2003, and go to early elections in Iraq under the auspices of the United Nations.

More than 300 protesters were killed and about 15,000 wounded during clashes with security forces in different parts of the country.

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