July 19 2018 10:47 p
A source familiar with the readiness of the Board of Commissioners "frozen" in the Electoral Commission to return to work with the approach of the team of judges assigned to end the process of counting and sorting by hand.
The source, who preferred not to be named, said: "The Council of the Commission will return to work after the ratification of the election results," noting: "The delay in the process of counting and sorting manually will affect the logistical preparations for the local elections scheduled for December, The Council of Commissioners shall be in a position to act expeditiously. "
He added: "The Council will resume its work to consider the possibility of holding local elections on schedule or postponed."
The results of the parliamentary elections held last May under the supervision of the Electoral Commission, marred by fraud in most parts of Iraq, which sparked protests by the political blocs and the House of Representatives to take a decision to restore the counting and sorting manually under the supervision of judges assigned, instead of the Board of Commissioners who Report freezing his work due to fraud and blatant manipulation.
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