Aldin to directly lobby senior UK, US and UN figures on election timing in London, New York and Washington DC

Published December 3rd, 2009 - 02:29 GMT

The Leader of Iraq's Ahrar Party, Ayad Jamal Aldin, today announced that he will soon be personally traveling to London, Washington DC and New York for a series of high-level private meetings to lobby for the UN to replace Iraq's Electoral Commission in order to resolve the deadlock over election timings.

"I will be telling the people I meet directly that Iraq's people fresh faces and need new leaders not in the pocket of political factions" Mr. Jamal Aldin said.

Mr. Aldin mission will involve wistlestop visits to London, Washington DC and New York and will also involve speeches to high level political forums linked the Democratic Administration of President Obama.

"I will be telling these people directly what I have put on record before: Our current politicians have been tested and failed. They are not the answer to this problem - they ARE the problem. I will be asking them to join my call for the United Nations to appoint fresh faces to the corrupt and incompetent IHEC."

"I will be putting on the international record that the real Iraq wants new people, whose judgment is not clouded by factional self-interest. New York, London and Washington must be told that is the only way we can see the free and fair vote of the people that Iraq, and the world, desperately needs."

Mr. Aldin has previously stated that "What has happened in Afghanistan shows that the risk of the people's will being corrupted is real and the world should act now - BEFORE the election - to stop the same thing happening in Iraq."


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