Shafaq News / Representative Hoshyar Abdullah warned against adopting electronic counting and sorting in the new election law after proving his "failure and the possibility of tampering with it and rigging the election results". His approval was again "stealing the people's will and repeating all the fraud that occurred in the previous elections."
He said in a statement today: "Many countries canceled electronic counting and sorting and returned to manual counting and sorting to ensure the integrity and fairness of the elections. Yesterday, we lived a bitter experience when the results of the elections were rigged and a scandal occurred at the international level and by the recognition of international organizations. Forgery was passed easily with ease, and today The street is boiling and sit-ins in most of the provinces as an inevitable result of the bad foundation upon which this government, which was created by a parliament, was questioned as to how some of its deputies won the elections.
Abdullah added: "Electronic counting and sorting created (a stock exchange) to buy and sell votes and some people were brought to Parliament after they were desperate about their victory. The models are many and the people know them well."
He continued: "We will not vote on electronic counting and sorting. In the event that this paragraph is passed in the election law, we will consider it invalid, but rather it will be rejected by the masses. The new law does not allow retention of electronic counting and sorting. "
It is scheduled that the Iraqi Council of Representatives will hold a regular session at a time not today to vote on the legislative elections law in Iraq.