Parliamentary Advocacy calls for early elections



BAGHDAD - News Today - Parliamentary bloc called the call on Saturday to change the electoral law and early elections, while confirming the need to be reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives to half the current number.

He said the block behind the head Abdul Samad said in a statement received by the agency news of the day a copy of it, "he calls to change the election law in order to hold early elections."

Abdul Samad added that "after the Iraqi people came out in demonstrations rightly sought to change the political reality, especially with regard to the salaries of MPs and ministers, you must change the electoral law and early elections to be setting conditions in line with the opinion of the Iraqi street and the ones that are reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives to half the current number and that are not taken to accept members who Aimitlkon at least a bachelor's degree."

He said Abdul Samad "and must pay a member of the Council be the same as the salary received by the previous job, and it was not a government employee Vitzlm such as salary of his peers," pointing to the need to "User experience in the political sphere has not less than five years and that the old have at least 40-year-old."

He stressed the need to "be the election of governors by the citizens directly and not through the provincial council because it calls for the restriction of the Conservative work and control of the provincial council work," adding that it should "be aged conservative at least 40 years, and has experience of not less than ten years in management."


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