The Movement for Change stressed the need for observers and supervisors from the United Nations in the Iraqi elections to ensure that they are conducted in an impartial manner and to prevent violations and falsifications by political parties.
Omar al-Sayyid Ali, the General Coordinator of the Movement for Change said in a speech to the masses of the Movement: "The Movement for Change will achieve a sweeping victory in the upcoming elections at the level of the Kurdistan region, and will be a real representative of the citizens of the Region in Baghdad."
Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri stressed that "the upcoming elections will be the most competitive since 2005.
"The political targeting of many political leaders has not exceeded the law in my election campaign. I have not received any external funding for my campaign," he said in a televised statement.
"The national list entered in all provinces and the largest weight in the western provinces. The National Coalition is not a temporary compound for me. We began knitting the bridges of partnership with some political coalitions after the elections."
Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari called on the United Nations to play a role in ensuring the conduct of the electoral process without breaches or obstacles.
"We believe that the elections are a way to move from one situation to the next, and I stress the importance of the strong participation of Iraqis in the elections, and the United Nations should play a role in ensuring that the electoral process is conducted without any obstacles or obstacles " Jaafari said during a meeting with Ján Kubiš, the UN representative in Iraq.
Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alak discussed with a British delegation the government's vision to combat corruption and reconstruction.
Secretary-General of al- Haq al-Watani (National Right), leader of the Iraqi decision coalition, MP Ahmad al-Masari called on Monday for the European Union to participate in the upcoming Iraqi parliamentary elections as observers.
Vice President of the Republic Osama Abdul Aziz al-Nujaifi called for international monitoring to ensure the fairness and transparency of the elections.
Al-Nujaifi received on Wednesday the Australian Ambassador in Iraq Joan Lundes, who congratulated him on the occasion of the victory of Iraq on the Daesh terrorist organization, and offered Australia's contributions with the International Coalition to help Iraq, both in the training aspect or grants.
Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri and Interior Minister Qassim Araji discussed the security file and preparations for securing the elections on time.
A statement by Al- Jubouri office said that during the meeting they discussed the developments of the security file, the preparations of the Ministry to secure elections in the country, and its efforts to achieve security and stability in all governorates.
Vice President Nuri al-Maliki stressed the resolve to correct the course of the political process through the elections and achieve development and stability and provide the necessary quality of services.
The accountability and justice confirmed body that the decision to call for more than 600 candidates does not mean including them in its legal procedures and exclude them from running in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Vice President of the Republic Iyad Allawi stressed the need for active participation in the upcoming elections, calling at the same time not to pay attention to rumors of inhibition and dismissing.
The Leader of the Sadrist Movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, called for UN intervention to supervise the upcoming elections.
"The legislative elections are on the door," Al-Sadr said in a tweet on his official Twitter website, "We are increasingly concerned about fraud, so we call for independent international supervision to keep the elections transparent and fair and not corrupt."
MP from the state of law bloc, Zeinab al-Basri said president Fuad Masum is responsible for all the consequences of delaying the budget.
Basri said in a press statement that "the President of the Republic deliberately delay the budget because of the share of the Kurdistan region, which was stipulated in the Constitution, trying to violate the law and the Constitution to return the Kurdistan share of 17%," considering that "Masum is the first and last responsible for all the consequences of delaying the budget.
Vice President Nuri al-Maliki called for a broad participation in the elections and actively contribute to granting the visionaries capable of making the achievements to work and to create a promising future for all Iraqis.
"Iraqi tribes are a source of strength for society," Maliki said during a meeting with elders and tribal elders in Al-Muthanna province, according to a statement by his media office. Added "Iraq is distinguished by multiple tribes because they represent the spectrum of the Iraqi people, Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen and various religions."
Head of the Baghdad Alliance, former MP Hamid al-Zobaie warned of the pursuit of some parties to use the political squabbling whenever the election date come close.
He told the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) that some of the political forces and figures who lost the influence of the masses are trying by various means to use the method of political defeat against the forces and personalities who have a great national impact in the political scene and the depth of the masses."
The leader of the Sadrist Movement, Moqtada al-Sadr stressed that the removal of corrupt in the upcoming elections is necessary and a national duty.
Al-Sadr said in a statement in response on the question of a citizen on the difficult circumstances that Iraq has experienced and what would he recommend the members of the Sadrist Movement in the upcoming elections, "the removal of the corrupt by giving the voice of competence is necessary and a national duty."
President of the Republic Fuad Masum stressed the importance of the role of security forces in the success of the elections in the liberated areas.
A Presidential statement said that Masum met today, a senior delegation of federal Police Chiefs headed by Lt. Gen. Raed Shaker Jawdat, to discuss the support of the security forces and enhance their role in social peace."
A member of the House of Representatives for the province of Anbar, Adel Khamis al-Mahallawi said "several important laws are ready to vote on and waiting for consensus and quorum legal."
"The parliament is about to complete its legislative term and the people are waiting to pass several important laws to be a positive sign of the current council in the democratic and legislative process in the country," he told the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA).
The head of the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council Hammam Hamoudi discussed with the leader of the National Coalition (Watania) , Iyad Allawi, the need to maintain the foundations of the political - democracy process in the country away from the danger of bidding.
The two sides stressed during the meeting that the electoral programs of the parties should be "realistic" and represent a real link between the people and their representatives.