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United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq

 United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq

  • In cooperation with "UNAMI" The Electoral Commission holds aw orkshop to evaluate the ,recommendations of its staff on the performance of the institution in the elections of October 10, 2021
  •  Today, Sunday, March 27, 2022 in Sulaymaniyah, the Independent High Electoral Commission will hold, in cooperation with the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), a workshop to review the recommendations of the commission’s departments and staff in the field of media, mass communication, electoral processes, voter registry, data, information technology, training, procedures and election security. 

  •  In addition to complaints and appeals, this workshop is a summary of several specialized workshops that reviewed and evaluated the performance of the institution in the October 10, 2021 elections.

  •   In the workshop, which started today and was attended by members of the Board of Commissioners of the Electoral Commission, the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners, Judge Jalil Adnan Khalaf, delivered a speech in which he indicated that “the Board of Commissioners will stop at every detail of these. 

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 recommendations through dialogue and research, with the aim of raising the level of work efficiency and expertise in the Commission ... 

to be  The institution is more prepared for the upcoming electoral experiments and for evaluating the nature of the general performance of our various constituencies.”

 On the first day of the workshop, everything related to legal aspects, complaints, appeals, media and mass communication was discussed, the most important challenges were diagnosed and the recommendations submitted were reviewed.  

Financial, administrative, oversight and auditing, and related to the work of the Department of Parties and Political Organizations, training and development of the cadres of the Commission, in addition to a special focus on promoting women’s participation in elections and capacity building strategies.