Al-Hadithi reveals important information about the new election law and the government’s stance on the strike


Release date:: 2019-11-17 21:11

Government spokesman Saad al-Hadithi revealed important information about the new election law and the government’s stance on the strike.

“There are many paragraphs in the new election law that constitute a radical change,” Hadithi said. “The nomination will be adopted according to the single list and the open list, thus giving a very wide opportunity for independents, young people and new emerging powers to run.”

He added, “The law also prohibits senior officials from the top of the pyramid (presidency) to the level of director-general to nominate in the elections in addition to the prevention of the prosecution and security services and the current High Commission and its members from the nomination.”

“It will also reduce the age of nomination to 25 years, which will give a great opportunity for young people to participate. And {1} for the elephant Kurds and {1} for the Sabians. ”

He added, “The new election law adopts the system of higher votes by re-sequencing all candidates regardless of their electoral lists according to the number of votes each received.”

The government spokesman said that “the government received the proposal of the election law from the presidency and there was work being carried out by the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the Legal Department and the Shura Council on the enactment of a draft law at the level of the Council of Ministers,” noting “A paradigm shift in the course of reforming political action.”

“A serious reform effort by the government has made it very difficult to bid, and we believe the chances of passing the bill in parliament very soon,” he said.

“For the first time, a high commission will be formed after the enactment of the election law and will be formed free of interference from the parliament and cabinet,” he said, adding that 7 members will be chosen, three of whom will be nominated by the Supreme Judicial Council and two university candidates nominated by deans of universities and an expert. Counselor nominated by the State Council and a legal accountant nominated by the integrity of life.

He pointed out that “these names will not go to the Parliament or the Council of Ministers to vote on them, but will go directly to the Presidency of the Republic for ratification and become a valid commission,” revealing “a tendency to Abdul-Mahdi to break the mechanism of nomination for senior positions (ministries) through the gates of parties, and that I am going to put the names of the ministerial change very soon to the parliament. ”

Hadithi said, “I can not be sure that Abdul Mahdi will go to the list of the House of Representatives or send the result there are legal mechanisms will send the list of names soon to parliament,” hoping that “there will be cooperation by the parliamentary blocs to pass the names that the circumstances do not help political positions disrupt the reform process “.

On the kidnapping of a brigade in the Interior in Baghdad, Al-Hadithi said that “the kidnapping of the brigade constitutes a breach in the security system must be acknowledged and this is the work of the government, and the Interior confirmed access to preliminary leads on the follow-up of the kidnappers and follow-up their identities,” The people are working to follow this file seriously. ”

On the strike of government departments and schools, Al-Hadithi said, “We always stress the need to give the right to peaceful demonstration, but we have a responsibility towards the normal functioning of life and not to disrupt oil resources and stop working in schools and schools; therefore welcome any position against the government (peaceful protests) and all options are available He must go to the parliament and rally from there

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