September 21 2012 03:06 PM
Warned the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq Martin Kobler that the postponement of the elections in Iraq could involve serious consequences.
This came in an article for Kobler on the occasion of the International Day for Democracy, titled "there is no democracy without elections or elections without an independent Electoral Commission."
Kuebler said in his article that "democracy in Iraq faces some serious challenges."
Martin Kobler expressed concern about the delay in forming the attic Independent Commission for elections, calling on political parties strongly formed without delay to hold provincial elections scheduled for March 2013 and the legislative elections in 2014.
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On the other hand, said the decision the House of Representatives MP Mohamed Khaldi that political parties are the other has a concern and fears of delay in forming the Electoral Commission, but it is now determined to end these fears and vote on the formation of UNHCR final to be able to start work next week after elected commissioners president of among them.
The House of Representatives Akhtar majority Monday (September 17) Eight members of the Board of Commissioners, amid disagreements prevented agreement on naming the ninth member who is supposed to represent Christians or Turkmen.
The session witnessed protests and withdrawals and objections from several components, focused on the mechanism for the selection of Commissioners, as some of them unknown to many of the House of Representatives, while the other components objected to reducing the members of the Commission from 15 to 9 members.