Noticias

Tight security for regional elections in Iraq. 50% turnout.

21 Abr 2013
Iraq
Fuente: 
Ireland's National Television

Close to 50% of eligible voters cast their ballot in Iraq's provincial elections today amid tight security.

Election officials said including results from a special vote a week earlier for members of the armed forces, total participation would be more than 51%.

Official preliminary results are not expected for several days, but the local vote will be a key test of political parties' strength before the parliamentary elections in 2014.

Irak celebra elecciones en medio de una escalada de la violencia sectaria

20 Abr 2013
Iraq
Fuente: 
El País

Irak ha celebrado hoy sábado sus primeras elecciones desde la salida de las tropas estadounidenses en diciembre de 2011. Un total de 13,8 millones de ciudadanos estaban convocados para renovar las asambleas provinciales. Pero los comicios dicen tanto de la progresiva normalización del país como de su disfuncionalidad. Una docena de bombas caseras y ataques con mortero a otros tantos colegios electorales han dejado cuatro heridos, apenas un recordatorio de la violencia que ha precedido a la cita con las urnas y causado un centenar de muertos desde el pasado domingo.

Iraq election candidates killed before local vote

14 Abr 2013
Iraq
Fuente: 
reuters

Two Iraqi Sunni Muslim candidates were killed less than a week before local elections that will be a test of the country's political stability after U.S. troops left more than a year ago.

The election on Saturday to select provincial council members will measure Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's political muscle against Shi'ite and Sunni rivals before the parliamentary election in 2014.

Postponing holding next elections in Anbar, Nineveh provinces

19 Mar 2013
Iraq
Fuente: 
Iraqi News

The Council of Minister decided to postpone holding the next local elections in Anbar and Nineveh provinces for six months.

 

A statement by the CoM received by IraqiNews.com cited “During its tenth meeting, the CoM decided to postpone holding the next elections in Anbar and Nineveh province for six months according to the request of Anbar Provincial Council to postpone the elections due to the security situation.”

 

Sunni protests continue in Iraqi cities

30 Dic 2012
Iraq
Fuente: 
al-Yazeera

Sunni Muslims in Iraq are continuing their demonstrations against the Shia-led government which they accuse of marginalising them.

Thousands gathered on Sunday in Ramadi, 100km west of Baghdad, in Anbar Province, which has seen several days of protests.

The protests began on Friday with many demonstrators massing along a major highway near the city of Falujah in the country's north. 

Anti-Maliki protests continue in Iraq

28 Dic 2012
Iraq
Fuente: 
Al Jazeera

Tens of thousands of Iraqis have taken part in protests along a major western highway and in other parts of the country in fresh rallies against the government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

Massive demonstrations took place along a major highway near the city of Fallujah on Friday, declaring the day a "Friday of honor."

The rallies appear to be the largest yet in a week of demonstrations, intensifying pressure on the Shia-led government.

The people want the downfall of the regime

IHEC approves 23 political entities

22 Nov 2012
Iraq
Fuente: 
IHEC

 The IHEC approves (23) PEs that presented their request to participate in GCEs which take place on 20 April. Next year.

Mr. Moqdad Al Sharify, CEO declared that the number of political entity approved by the IEHC are (23) political entity and the IHEC still accept requests from a different entities according to the procedures and regulations that adopted by IHEC.

The IHEC Opened the political entity registration untill 25 November after approved the certification regulation of the PE and coalition.

 Aliaa Kamil

La oposición iraquí presenta un proyecto de ley para limitar los mandatos de Maliki

13 Nov 2012
Iraq
Fuente: 
Europapress

Los rivales del primer ministro iraquí, Nuri al Maliki, han comenzado una campaña para limitar el número de mandatos a fin de evitar que el líder chií pueda ser candidato para un tercer período de Gobierno en 2014.

   "Un proyecto de ley ha sido presentado ante el Parlamento con el respaldo de más de 30 legisladores", ha declarado el legislador del Bloque Sadr, Amir al Kinani. El proyecto de ley presentado ante el Parlamento limitaría a dos mandatos el período de gobierno del primer ministro.

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