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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Dec 23, 2019 10:18 pm

Parliament fails to hold its upcoming session

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12/23/2018 08:51:58
 
Shafak News / The Iraqi parliament failed, today, Monday, to hold a prospective session for it, according to a parliamentary source.

The source said to Shafaq News that the parliament presidency decided to postpone the parliament session scheduled for tomorrow to Tuesday at 1:00 p.m.

The source added that the reason for postponing the session was the lack of a quorum to hold it.

The Iraqi parliament failed to pass the proposed amendments to the election law because of intense differences between the parliamentary blocs.

And the new election law is one of the most important laws that protesters are calling for enacting in order to achieve the political reform they demand, as the country has witnessed unprecedented popular protests since the beginning of last October to demand the departure of the ruling political class, fight corruption and improve the deteriorating living situation.

The dispute revolves around Paragraph 15 of the law, which determines the nature of the electoral system, and whether it will be by the individual candidacy system or by the list system or a mixed system between them, at a time when one party calls to make the entire electoral system individually, in return, another party calls that the electoral system be divided equally between the individual The list, while a third party proposes different percentages for the list and 60% for the individual. As for the fourth party, it is proposed at 25% for the list compared to 75% for the individual.

Among the issues that are disputed within the parliamentary blocs is the way to divide the country (paragraph 16 of the law) into electoral districts, as one party calls for making Iraq a single electoral district, while another party proposes to limit the districts to the number of governorates of Iraq. There are those who call for the judiciary (part of a governorate) to be an electoral district, while another party calls for the allocation of electoral districts for every 100,000 people.

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