Iraqi parliament voted by majority to extend the work of the Electoral Commission

19/04/2012 16:15

Baghdad, April 19 (Rn) – The decision of the Iraqi parliament, on Thursday, said that all the political blocs voted to extend the work of the Office of the current election for another three months with the exception block “change” of Kurdistan, which refused to vote. are scheduled according to the law to end the work of the High Commission Independent of the current elections in 28 of this month to take charge of the Office of alternative work. and take a commission of experts made ​​up of 21 deputies from different political blocs to develop mechanisms and controls for the selection of new national electoral commission instead of the current commission, which will end its mandate in April / April. said Mohammad Khaldi told Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the House of Representatives voted by majority to extend the work of the Electoral Commission the current for three months and the powers of legal enjoyed now.”and opposed the mass of “change” vote to extend the work of the Commission at today’s meeting, chaired by Osama al-Chairman of the Board of Representatives. heads the Office of the current elections Faraj al-Haidari, who was stopped by the judiciary, last Thursday, three days on charges of “corruption” and said it Haidari that the case did not amount to a charge of corruption. According to al-Haidari, the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki expressed his regret on the sidelines of a meeting Monday the first Monday of the accident his arrest as expressed willingness to assist the Commission. and Maliki’s coalition refuses to take the current commission of any electoral process and describes the coalition as UNHCR, “devoid of legitimacy” legal. From: Yazan al-Shammari, the Open: Joseph Karwan