Urgent {Al-Furat News} published the names of judges assigned to the administration of the Electoral Commission


 

Editorial date: 2018/6/11 22:49 • 187 times read
{Baghdad: Al-Furat News} The Supreme Judicial Council named the judges who will manage the offices of the Independent High Electoral Commission in the provinces.
The Judicial Council has named in its session yesterday, “the judges nominated for the mandate to fulfill the powers of the Board of Commissioners in the Independent High Electoral Commission in accordance with the provisions of Article {4} of the Third Amendment Act of the election law and judges candidates for the task of managers of UNHCR offices in the provinces.
The decision excluded judges of the Kurdistan region and called on the Supreme Judicial Council to name the judges.
The distribution of the 16 judges as follows:
Ahmed Abdel Sada Novn / Baghdad office / Rusafa
morning , Adnan Ismail / Baghdad office / Karkh
Abdul Rahman Saleh / Basra Office
Mahmoud Abdullah Hussein / Nineveh Office
Adel Jassem Kazem / Babel Office
Qassim Mohammed Suleiman / Office of Kirkuk ,
Hussein Ali Chihoud / Dhi Qar Office
Mohammed Karim Jabbar / Najaf Office
Ali Daij Jurban / Anbar Office
Falah Karim Wannas / Wasit
Amer Rashid Hammadi Office / Office of Salah Eddin
Ammar Thamer / Office of Diyala
Jabbar Juma Salman / Office of Maysan
Amer Ahmed Abdulkateb / Muthanna Office
Adel Bader Alwan / Karbala Office
Haidar Ali Abdul Hussein / Office Qadisiyah.
The House of Representatives voted in its extraordinary session held last Wednesday on the proposed amendment to the third law of the elections of the House of Representatives No. 45 of 2013 “with the aim of achieving transparency in the election results and maintain the democratic system of Iraq and protect the electoral process to ensure confidence in the integrity of elections and fairness and to prove the invalidity of the device Accelerate the results of electronic and caused by the lack of real results and the process of manual counting and sorting across Iraq. ”
The Supreme Judicial Council announced last Thursday important decisions to implement the amendment of the election law, which included “inviting members of the Supreme Judicial Council to meet next Sunday to name judges who will be assigned to carry out the work of the Board of Commissioners and oversee the process of recounting and manual counting of the results of the elections and naming judges who will assume the task Management of the offices of the Electoral Commission in the provinces.
For its part, announced the Electoral Commission, it will challenge the decision of the Parliament to amend the election law “to contain a number of irregularities in paragraphs that do not comply with the Constitution and contrary to the law of the Commission No. 11 of 2007 amended.”
The UNHCR stressed its “absolute cooperation with the Supreme Judicial Council in facilitating the task of his work according to the judicial procedures guaranteed by the law.”
The chairman of the Board of Commissioners Maan al-Hiti, last Saturday appealed to the Federal Court against the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim Jubouri and challenge the constitutionality of the amendment of the election law, including the refusal of the intervention of the Supreme Judicial Council in the validity of the Commission.
These steps coincide with the fire of the long warehouses of the Electoral Commission in the Rusafa side east of Baghdad yesterday and damage the organs to accelerate the results and update the data {Biometric} and the safety of funds and ballot papers for the elections of the House of Representatives, which took place on 12 May last, according to the Electoral Commission.

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