(Voice of Iraq) - 15/11/2009
Sunday November 15 (November 2009)
1000 signing of a memorandum of protest
Via the Internet within 24 hours
Iraqis around the world raise their voices of protest
To the election law unfair
In an unprecedented protest campaign, scoring more than 1000 Iraqi citizens throughout the world, within 24 hours of the campaign launch on Friday morning, November 13 ongoing, protest against unfair election law via the Internet to sign a memorandum addressed to the President Mr. Jalal Talabani, and the members of the Board Chair.
The note (we publish the text below), for re-bill to the House of Representatives "for amending Articles I and III so as to ensure full equality in the electoral right of all Iraqi citizens, and will guarantee not to capture the large blocs winning the votes of voters did not vote for her, and the allocation of compensatory seats fit with the numbers of millions of displaced persons, migrants and girls and minority religious and national components. "
Rolled signatures Iraqis scattered throughout the world, and the provinces of Iraq, to express deep feelings of resentment and anger on the amendments that have been unfair to the Law on Elections, passed in the House of Representatives on Sunday, November 8 last year. Came the voices of protest outside the home from the Iraqi communities in the countries of Europe and America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand (and also to the citizens of El Salvador, Argentina, Japan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine), and Arab countries (Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates ..) .
It should be noted that even the time of preparation of this communication, the number of signatories to the memorandum of 1400. Through the words of many of them attained by their signatures to their support for the demands of the campaign and denouncing what it implied unfair amendments to the electoral code flagrant violation of democracy and steal the votes of the electorate.
You can participate in the campaign and the signing of the memorandum through the following link on the Internet:
* No of articles (1) and (3) of the election law unfair
* Enough disregard and manipulation of the votes of Iraqi voters
* Not to falsify the will of the Iraqi voters and stealing their voices
* Do not allow the Iraqis of stealing votes once again
Called for amending the Iraqi elections unfair
Text of the memorandum
Campaign for the amendment of
Unfair election law in Iraq
The rule of Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, esteemed Professor
Gentlemen, distinguished members of the Presidency
Sons of the Iraqi people continued at home and abroad with concern, the controversy between the political blocs in the House of Representatives on the amendments expected to the Electoral Act 2005 in order to rid it of some of the flaws in the materials depicting the traditions of a healthy democracy.
Then came the resolution of this controversy in the meeting of the Council of Representatives on the eighth of November the present, to become of concern to severe pain and disappointment by the hegemonic blocs agreement on a set of amendments to the unfair, which constitute a serious setback in the functioning of the entire democratic process, in particular those contained in Articles I and III of the Mta law which the rights of millions of our people at home and abroad, is firmly dedicated "the law" approach is a precedent in violation of fundamental rights of Iraqi citizens, wherever and whatever the political and religious beliefs.
We, the undersigned, as Baanjajna this go to the Presidency of the Republic as the official body entrusted with the safety of the constitutional rights of the Iraqi people, stressing the gravity of the sins contained in amendments to the electoral law, we encourage you to take responsibility, it was reported to the Council of Representatives to amend the first and third articles, including believes in complete equality in the electoral right of all Iraqi citizens, and will guarantee not to capture the large blocs winning the votes of voters did not vote for her, and the allocation of compensatory seats commensurate with the numbers of millions of displaced persons, migrants and girls and minority religious and national components.