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 Elections Commission prepared for Iraq's Kurdistan Regional Elections

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Elections Commission prepared for Iraq's Kurdistan Regional Elections  8.7.2011    





July 8, 2011

ERBIL-Hewlêr, Kurdistan region 'Iraq', — Iraq’s Kurdistan Elections Commission is heading forward to prepare for the elections of the Provinces of north Iraq’s Kurdistan Region, according to the Commission’s Chairman on Thursday.

“The Higher Elections Commission had not ceased its works in Kurdistan Region and had not received any order by an executive or legislative offices to stop its activity,” Ali Qader told Aswat al-Iraq news agency, pointing out that the Commission’s daily routine works regarding the modernization of the electorates records were continuing.

He said that “the previous registration and voting centers were enough and shall open to carry out the modernization of the electorates,”         

Faraj Haidari, the Chairman of the Higher Elections Commission,
adding that “the record of the electorates in the Region is the best such record in Iraq, thanks to the cooperation by its citizens, the media and the social society organizations, instigating citizens of modernize their records.”

Qader said that the number of voting centers in Kurdistan Region has reached 79 branch centers in Sulaimaniyah, 53 in Erbil and 43 in Duhok Provinces.

The Chairman of the Higher Elections Commission, Faraj Haidari, had told Aswat al-Iraq recently that Iraq’s Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, had instructed the freezing of the Commission’s activity,www.ekurd.netbut Haidari said the Commission would continue its work unless the Iraqi Parliament would support the Prime Minister’s decision.

Noteworthy is that the Iraqi Parliament had questioned the Higher Independent Elections Commission in three sessions, in response for a demand by the State of Law Coalition, led by Maliki, charging it with material and administrative corruption.
 

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