The National Dialogue Front withdraws from the upcoming elections

Baghdad-ALsharqiya, July 28: The National Dialogue Front, led by Saleh al-Mutlaq, announced that it would not participate in the upcoming Iraqi elections scheduled for next October, to join the Sadrist movement and the Communist Party, which announced their boycott of the elections earlier. The Front said in a statement that the Iraqi people are realizing that the bad situation the country has reached, the lack of a safe environment for holding early elections, and the proliferation of uncontrolled weapons are all factors that confirm that no clear change will happen. The Front indicated that the 2018 elections were the worst elections, as they witnessed the lowest participation rate and the highest fraud rate, which contributed to further political deterioration and the failure to rebuild state institutions. In its statement, the front called on the parties that still adhere to the national approach to stand up to the opposition in order to try to correct the course, and in order not to be part of a scene that contributes to further deterioration at all levels.


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