Al-Ugaili: Weapons and political money affect the eligibility

Baghdad-ALsharqiya September 26: The researcher in political affairs, Muhammad Al-Agaili, warned of the repercussions of the practices of some political blocs, which he described as undisciplined and illegal, through their attempts to falsify the will of the Iraqi voter by using political money and uncontrolled weapons. Al-Ugaili said to Al-Sharqiya News that the law of multiple constituencies will produce small blocks that will in turn lead to fragile alliances after the results are announced., and that this matter may make forming the next government difficult.


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