URGENT Commission chief: fire charges all hardware acceleration of electronic verification results in Baghdad[/ltr]
[ltr][rtl]Editorial Date: 2018/6/10 23:12[/rtl] • [rtl]794 times read[/rtl][/ltr]
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Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Electoral Commission Maen al-Hitawi on the burning of all organs to accelerate the election results and electronic verification of the Office of elections in Baghdad Rusafa.
"We received the news of the burning of the UNHCR warehouses in Baghdad's Rusafa Election Office from the security authorities at 3:00 pm today, and directly went to the fire shop accompanied by the Minister of the Interior and the President of the State of Iraq," al-Hitawi said in a statement. The Supreme Electoral Security Committee, the Baghdad Operations Commander, the Civil Defense Teams, the Criminal Evidence and the Criminal Investigation Department. "
He added that "the fire that broke out in the warehouses of Rusafa and not extended to the ballot boxes and ballot papers was controlled. The fire included all the speeding machines and electronic verification devices of the Baghdad Election Office." He added that "the investigation is ongoing through the security services to uncover the circumstances of the incident "He said.
He pointed out that "the fire does not affect the results of the elections because the [chittat] of the results we have backups in the National Office and the Office of the elections in Rusafa, in addition to ballot papers in the funds and this of the Commission's keenness on the voice of the Iraqi voter and the outcome of the electoral process."
He added that "this democratic institution, which has worked since the regime change and so far is the only institution for the peaceful transfer of power in Iraq and provided many martyrs of its employees in order to maintain the democratic process in the country," stressing that "targeting the Commission from all quarters to discourage the performance of its democratic work under the law And the Constitution. "
He called on all constitutional institutions in the country [the parliament, the government, the judiciary, the presidency and leaders of the political blocs] to "bear their historical responsibility in maintaining the outputs of the electoral process, in addition to protecting all staff of the Office and provincial offices and departments and sections of the National Office, including members."
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