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Jubouri calls for an emergency session next Saturday to discuss the election results

Post  Admin on Thu May 17, 2018 6:46 am

Thursday 17 May 2018 - 02:10 PM

The Information Office of the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri that the latter called for an emergency session on Saturday to discuss the results of the elections.

The leader of the coalition of the rule of law behind Abdul Samad had announced to the MP on Wednesday the determination of a number of deputies demanding an extraordinary session to question the Electoral Commission for elections and accountability for the performance, which he described as bad during the parliamentary elections and the results are unclear, he said, The elections have witnessed the manipulation of their results and the manipulation process continues under the intervention of ambassadors of some countries and the failure to announce the final results so far, he explained that the solution to that issue lies in the count and hand counting.

Abdul Samad said that there are calls to cancel the elections and the return of the electoral process after a period of time, pointing out that if it is proved that the results of the election is incorrect and inaccurate it is the right of the Iraqi people to demand their return, likely that what happens in Kirkuk claims may extend to some provinces Other.

Abdul Samad also noted that among the observations recorded on the Independent Electoral Commission is the lack of sufficient experience has been formed recently, which led to a lot of errors and delays, which led to the electoral process is not the same as the previous, as well as a lot of observations on the devices Which was used in the ballot, which he described as inaccurate, which caused the results to appear not at the expected level.

Abdul Samad pointed out that the United Nations had warned in advance and by an official letter of the Commission of these organs, but the latter did not take their comments, and gave the Prime Minister in his speech yesterday money for the Commission to inspect the devices, but did not examine them.

The Prime Minister Haider Abadi has called on Tuesday, the Electoral Commission to take a fair action on electoral complaints submitted by citizens and political blocs, pointing out that the percentage of voting in the elections is universally acceptable and there is no specific percentage of the elections.



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