A member of the coalition of state law, Mohammed Saadoun Chihod, on Thursday, that the project to change the political equation in Iraq through electronic voting systems counterfeit will fail, noting that as a project "coming, Baghdad."
"The project to change the political equation in Iraq was not recent, but was planned and planned by the US, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar after the failure of the al-Qaeda project and the sit-ins, and the terrorist," he said in a statement. Parliamentary elections aimed clearly and intended to pass the projects Tamara malicious using electronic devices failed I want them to falsify the election results and the raising of electoral lists at the expense of other lists.
He added that "the House of Representatives is required today to hold an emergency meeting to cancel the election results or resort to counting and manual sorting and cancel the results of the shameful outside vote, especially since the international organizations and bodies unanimously to the failure of the elections in Iraq."
"The secretary-general of the United Nations in Iraq (Kubic), who admitted the invalidity of the electoral process and held the Electoral Commission responsible for the fraud and violations and the use of electronic devices failed in the electoral process despite warnings."
"Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi also announced that the officials responsible for these imported equipment were transferred from a fictional company deliberately and insist on using it for falsification and thwarting the political process in Iraq."
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