Newspaper: 20 candidates winners will be affected by the decisions of the last parliament
Twenty candidates will be affected if parliament's recent parliamentary decisions are adopted, a government official said on Wednesday, adding that the high commission of inquiry would call on provincial electoral commission officials.
The new Al-Arabi newspaper said in a report by Alsumaria News, "The decision of the Parliament issued at its extraordinary meeting held last Monday, including the cancellation of the results of Iraqi elections displaced and displaced, amounting to about one million votes, and the process of counting and sorting for 10 percent of the ballot boxes and various Cities of the country, will affect more than 20 deputies. "
"The ministerial committee formed last week to investigate fraud and manipulation of the election results found serious and serious violations related to the voting process, the mechanism of transferring data from the ballot box to the main database, as well as the deliberate non-opening of polling stations in remote areas, displacement camps and obstruction of voters' Of the audience of a particular party, and biased managers of polling stations and stations outside Iraq and inside for the benefit of alliances without others, "noting that" it also became clear that ballot boxes were broken and the introduction of electoral papers without the presence of information on them in the fingerprint (verification of the identity of the voter).
"If the decision of the last parliament is taken or not taken, the Supreme Committee, formed in the secretariat of the Council of Ministers to investigate the integrity of the elections, continues its work and in line with the Supreme Judicial Council," the newspaper quoted a government official as saying.
He added that "four of the officials of the Commission, the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners and the President of the constituencies and the official of the elections and the official responsible for information technology, in the presence of officials of the Integrity Commission, were interrogated at the Palace of Alkhald, central Baghdad, Monday and Tuesday morning, respectively, That "there are still new calls for officials of UNHCR offices in the provinces."
On Monday, the House of Representatives held an extraordinary session, in which it voted, on the wording of a decision to start the process of manual counting of the elections by 10 percent and cancel the elections abroad.[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]