2014-04-04 10:19:39



Dozens of political blocs are competing in Nineveh to win 39 seats in the Iraqi parliament, as well as three quota seats for Shabak people , Christians and Yezidis , which is the share of Nineveh province of seats in the Iraqi parliament .

Hundreds of candidates form Nineveh started their campaigns despite fears gripping the Iraqi street from the impact of the security situation on the polls , and the reluctance of citizens to vote, as well as concerns expressed by observers from increased military attacks launched by armed groups .

According to a statement of the police chief of Nineveh , Khaled al-Hamdani to “Shafaq News " , " the security situation in Nineveh is semi- collapsed , and needs tribal support to control the situation again “.

The army and police are waging campaigns against what it calls as terrorist groups , from al-Qaeda and the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant " Daash”.

As a confirmation on the presence of elements of those groups , Nineveh Operations Command supply news on a daily basis on the arrest of dozens of "terrorists" and seizure of medium and light weapons in various areas in Nineveh , with the exception of the disputed areas , which manages its security by guards of Kurdistan region.

Observers warn of the vastness of the violence after the assassination of a candidate for Motahedon bloc " Watheq al-Ghathanfari " in the twenty-seventh of last March , which was preceded by the assassination of a candidate of State of Law coalition led by al-Maliki " Ghaidaa Khudair ."

Algdnfre and Ghaida , the candidates were not the only ones who are killed in Mosul , Vheselh minutes undeclared in Nineveh had killed many of the candidates .

But the Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi confirms for " Twilight News " that the parliamentary elections will be held on schedule without any intention to postpone , noting that all actions completed to redraw the political map and that " al-Faisal at the ballot box ."

For his part, the Director of the Office of the Electoral Commission in Nineveh , Mohammed Hani , illustrates the "Twilight News " that more than 60% of the covered ballot had received their voting cards in Nineveh , as well as 85% of the ballot covered by private security agencies .

Worries grew after the submission of the members of the Electoral Commission resigned in protest against the enemy , making conflicts between the parliament and the judiciary.

She said the Electoral Commission for elections in a statement seen by " Twilight News " , she found herself trapped between the conflicting decisions of the parliament and the judiciary in relation to the exclusion of candidates from the upcoming elections with their own eyes .

The statement added that " the members of the Commission are subjected to great pressure stemming from the conflict between the judiciary and the legislature, as the Commission does not want to be party to this dispute , the board members made ​​a decision to submit their resignations en masse . "

According to the views of Asttalaatha " Twilight News " , the security concerns in Nineveh may discourage voters from going to the polling stations on election day, according to occur Media , Spring Ismat , who believes that " any defect in the day of the elections will reflect negatively on the Sunni component , especially as the province of Nineveh form of gravity after the Sunni Anbar . "


But , Walid Khaled , Observers of political events in Nineveh, has criticized the process of holding elections in Iraq , pointing to Anbar still experiencing military operations and exchange of continuous shelling by the army and al-Qaeda and " Daash ."

He adds that "the lack of security and stability in Anbar and Nineveh will reflect negatively on the political map , especially the Sunni component , despite the need for Iraq to change after the failure of the previous government to provide security and services and the rebuilding of Iraq's infrastructure destroyed by the war, Iran and the Gulf, and the blockade as well as the recent war that has gripped Iraq in 2003, which is still its manifestations so far . "

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