House of Representatives will vote tomorrow on the new members of the Electoral Commi
House of Representatives will vote tomorrow on the new members of the Electoral Commission : 05/08/2012 16:21
Baghdad, 5 August / August (Rn) – The deputy of the State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Sunday, the Iraqi Council of Representatives will vote tomorrow on the members of the Commission nine new, noting that the seats were distributed 4 of the National Alliance and 2 of the Iraqi and 2 of Kurdistan and the seat will be between the Christians and Turkmen.
The MP said Haitham al-Jubouri told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the political blocs rejected any extension of the new Office of the Independent Electoral, as it is today is the last to extend its work.”
He explained that “the decision currently in force with respect to number of seats of members of the Commission is 9 members, while there is a proposal to increase the number of members of the Commission to 15 members,” adding that “Parliament will go for the selection of the 9 members currently in will be complete number in case the legislation Law proposal to increase the number of Commissioners. “
Jubouri and that “the nine members were divided 4 of the National Alliance and 2 of the Iraqi List and 2 of the Kurdistan Alliance and the seat will be a competition between the component Turkmen and Christian will be voting on the names that will occupy seats in the Commission on Monday.”
The House voted in April, last April to extend the current work of the Electoral Commission, which is supposed to be resolved in 28 of the August / August after he was ot her for three months and full powers.
And holds 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.