July 01 2018 10:12 p
The silence of the court will put a "black dot" in its history
The parliamentary fact-finding committee on Sunday called on the Federal Court to issue a statement within two days to correct its decision and "with total counting and counting", while the court remained silent that it would put a "black dot" in its history.
The former head of the committee, Adel Nuri, said in a statement, "We have a visit we made a few days ago to the President of the Federal Court and we sat with him for a certain period of debate on their interpretation of the election law, The counting and sorting will include more than ten and a half million votes, which means counting and sorting, "noting that" partial interpretation by the judicial staff of the court's decision is a flawed and unacceptable interpretation. "
He added that "the recommendations that we have completed will be included to the recommendations of the government and sent to the Federal Court and the judiciary and the Integrity and Public Prosecution and we will work on the prosecution of counterfeiting and counterfeiters," stressing that "the need for the Federal Court to issue a statement during these days and before the start of counting and manual sorting, The former about the third amendment to the law of the elections of the House of Representatives clearly indicate that it with the total counting and counting, which cuts the way for skeptics.
Nuri stressed that "the silence of the Federal Court and the lack of clarification of its decision will put a black point in the history of the judiciary and the Federal Court."
It is noteworthy that the Federal Court announced, on Thursday (21 June 2018), its support for the third amendment to the electoral law voted by the Parliament, on the sixth of June, which includes a recount of the manual results of elections in all of Iraq, noting that the cancellation of the results of the elections abroad The displaced are doing wrong.
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