Washington: always emphasize to Iraqi officials to hold elections, the timing set

History of edits:: 2015/9/18 0:02 • 108 visits readable
He said the US ambassador to Iraq, Stuart Jones, the United States was keen to hold elections in Iraq on schedule.
The political blocs have recently called for early elections to break the political crises.
And the transfer of US embassy statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, Jones said during a meeting with the President of the Electoral Commission Serbest Mustafa, “The United States always stress to Iraqi officials of various political affiliations on the importance of holding elections on schedule, and also confirms its full support the independence of the Electoral Commission for elections as approved by the Iraqi constitution. “
He praised the American ambassador, “the work of the Electoral Commission for elections and condemned the targeting of personnel by Daash.”
Ambassador discussed with the President of the Commission “workflow Commission and a celebration of ten years of US partnership with UNHCR.”
US ambassador praised “the courage of the Commission and the staff of the services they provide,” pointing out that “they often risked their lives over and over again in order to guarantee the rights of all Iraqis to choose their government through free and transparent electoral process.”
The ambassador also condemned “the killing, which targeted more than 300 former UNHCR staff by Daash in Nineveh province,” noting that “this criminal act reflects once again the extent to which the Sttmady Daash of brutal and inhumane practices lead to terrorize the local population and prevent Iraqis to exercise their democratic right to elect their leaders “.anthy

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