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Haidari: Can not hold elections on schedule despite the passing of the bill

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Haidari: Can not hold elections on schedule despite the passing of the bill Yesterday at 9:37 pm Reply with quote
Commission President Electoral Faraj al-Haidari, UNHCR is unable to hold legislative elections on schedule in the sixteenth of January to January of 2010 despite the House vote on the elections law on Sunday.

Haidari said in an interview with our sister, "Alhurra" The Office "need to be other additional days beyond 16 a month in January to be able to hold elections":

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He pointed out that al-Haidari change the date of the elections does not need the approval of Parliament:


He said al-Haidari reasons require a change to the election date, including "the issue of recruitment of about 300 thousand employees in 50 thousand polling stations across Iraq":


Haidari stressed that UNHCR will do its best to remedy the lack of time and the holding of elections coincide with the international standards







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think they are thinking around the 24th to the 27th now

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