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The Global Peace without Borders Organisation expresses its shock and regret over reports and testimonies from some citizens in Iraq about the misappropriation and purchase of votes of voters who suffer from poverty with a few dollars.
The Global Peace without Borders Organisation has received video footage documenting the passage of corrupt funds for swapping votes. The organisation has come to the conclusion that there are candidates who threaten civil war in case of non-election.
The Global Peace without Borders Organisation expresses its strong rejection of the performance of some politicians’ candidates for election in Iraq, to deprive Iraqi citizens of the right to vote for their candidate, and insulting the humanity of Iraqi citizens because of poverty. The organisation asks about how political credit begins its career by exploiting its vulnerable citizen through its position or ability.
The thinker Mohamed al-Arab, the head of the Global Peace without Borders Organisation called on the candidates to show the spirit of humanity and the exploitation of people’s needs, and demanded that all candidates must stop their practices that harm the reputation of the Iraqi people.
Mohammad al-Arab hopes that the election period will pass smoothly and transparently to serve the Iraqi people to achieve their aspirations and dreams in their homeland without any exploitation from any side.
According to press reports, the prices of e-cards in the stock market are increasing in Iraq as the election draws closer to 12 May. The Global Peace sources confirm the activity of black markets for buying and selling cards, especially in the camps where residents complain of destitution, the price of the card is between $200 and $800, and the last amount is not fully delivered, but part of it goes to logistical matters related to promises of the transfer of displaced persons to their areas.
The Global Peace without Borders Organisation pointed out that the politicians’ activities who are carrying out the policy of buying e-cards are disgraceful and will not have any benefit for Iraq.
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