A source in the news sources reports that the Islamic Party of Iraq (al-Hazb al-Islami al-Iraqi) has announced a lack of participation in the upcoming parliamentary election.
According to sources, the Islamic Party of Iraq (al-Hazb al-Islami al-Iraqi) has announced a lack of participation in the upcoming parliamentary elections. The party further stated that its members could be nominated as other electoral rolls.
The Central Committee of the party decided, after its scheduled meeting, not to participate in the upcoming elections, but gave its members the right to nominate through other electoral rolls.
According to the statement, party members can participate in elections individually and be free to be nominated. But this party looks at the upcoming election process and its various stages.
The Islamic Party of Iraq, which supports Sunnis, continues to emphasize the importance of the upcoming elections.
In 1960, the Hizb-i Islami declared the presence of Naiman Abdul Razzaq al-Samraee in the Iraqi political arena, reopened in 1991 in London, and eventually began working directly in Iraq in 2003. In 2011, Ayad al-Samaraee took over the chair.
Iraq’s “al-Dawa” party also announced January 13 in a similar decision that it was not registered as a political party in the political and electoral coalitions, but its members could be nominated individually, individually and not partyly in the existing electoral rolls to be.