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یکشنبه 6 خرداد 1397 | الاحد 12 رمضان 1439 | Sunday 27 May 2018
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  • Bahraini regime hell-bent on vote-rigging Bahraini regime hell-bent on vote-rigging
    شنبه 8 آذر 1393 ساعت 19:03

    Aale Khalifa regime has enlisted tens of thousands of foreigners, who have been granted Bahraini citizenship, among those, eligible for casting their votes in this country’s parliamentary elections. Meanwhile, Majid Millad, a senior member of the Bahraini opposition group, Al-Wefaq, addressing the reporters in a press conference, pointed out based on official figures, the names of more than 90,000 individuals, who have been granted Bahraini

    Aale Khalifa regime has enlisted tens of thousands of foreigners, who have been granted Bahraini citizenship, among those, eligible for casting their votes in this country’s parliamentary elections. Meanwhile, Majid Millad, a senior member of the Bahraini opposition group, Al-Wefaq, addressing the reporters in a press conference, pointed out based on official figures, the names of more than 90,000 individuals, who have been granted Bahraini citizenship by Aale Khalifa regime for political reasons, have been enlisted among the eligible voters in the upcoming legislative election. He went to note that these individuals can significantly impact the election results. Moreover, throughout the recent days, Bahraini circles have revealed that the Bahraini regime has excluded the constituencies in which the opponents live, in a desperate bid to minimize their impact on the parliamentary polls. Bahraini circles pointed out that the Bahraini regime intends to dominate the parliament. Bahrain’s legislative election is scheduled for November 22, 2014. Meanwhile, the opposition groups in Bahrain have boycotted the upcoming elections in protest to suppression of the peaceful movement of Bahraini people, which took shape as of February 2011, and the ceremonial nature of the upcoming elections. Political developments in Bahrain go to show that opponents have stepped up their campaign against the upcoming parliamentary vote. Meanwhile, Bahraini papers have made a mockery of the upcoming ceremonial vote, and have admitted that the next Bahraini parliament will also be inefficient. Even a state-run paper in Bahrain has noted that the failure of a number of candidates, who run for parliament, in the Arabic language tests, in addition to the unusual jobs of some of these nominees, such as dancing, all go to prove that the upcoming elections in this country will be nothing but a travesty of justice, and will certainly disrepute the Bahraini parliament. This Bahraini paper also confessed that the currently Bahraini parliamentarians aren’t independent, while reminding that it is perfectly clear for the people of Bahrain that the next parliament will also be inefficient. Under these circumstances, Bahraini people and activists have ridiculed the upcoming ceremonial vote, and have urged for a referendum in this tiny Persian Gulf Island. Bahrain has been the scene of anti-regime popular protests as of February 14, 2011. The people of Bahrain demand the administration of justice, removal of discriminations, and establishment of an elected ruling system. Bahraini political activists demand justice and equality for all, while blasting the Bahraini regime for mistreating thousands of prisoners of conscience. The Bahraini regime has denied Bahrainis of all of their basic rights, such as the freedom of speech and assembly. In the meantime, Bahraini protesters consider the intensification of Aale Khalifa regime’s suppressive policies as part of the Bahraini officials’ stratagem to obstruct major changes in this country in the run-up to legislative elections. MR/ME



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