Editor: MN | BR Saturday 21 تموز 2012 13:26 GMT
Alsumaria News / Baghdad,
MP for the coalition of state law, Abbas al-Bayati, Saturday, for talks taking place between the major political blocs to reach a final version on a number of members of the Electoral Commission, pointing out that there are efforts to make the 15-member, as he emphasized that the coalition calls to be number of nine members only. said Abbas al-Bayati said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "there are conversations taking place between the main blocs of the three on the agreement on the number of members of the Commission, which had not been agreed yet," noting that "there is trying to make the 11 while there are those who seek to Zaadthm to 15 members. " He al-Bayati, that "a coalition of state law supports that the number of nine members, asserting that" increase the number to 15 need legal amendments. " Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki called on the tenth of July, the current to accelerate the formation of the Council for the Electoral Commission has the independence and efficiency. It is noteworthy that the Electoral Commission for elections in Iraq was formed by order of the Coalition Provisional Authority Order No. 92 in (05/31/2004), to be limited to, the electoral authority only in Iraq, and the Office of independent professional body is partisan self-administered and state-owned but independent of the executive, legislative, judicial, and have the force of absolute law, the power to declare the application and implementation of regulations, rules and procedures relating to elections during the transitional period, and was not the forces of the Iraqi political hand in the selection of members of the Board of Commissioners in the transitional phase, other than members of the Commission present who have been selected by the Council of Representatives. It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki sent, in (June 22, 2010), wrote to the Electoral Commission includes a stop of work, when responded the next day by refusing it, saying that the executive had nothing to do its job, and they exclusively linked to the parliament, and is continuing to work in all cases.
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