[size=36]The Commission: We are ready to hold the elections on time, and the ballot paper is not cloned[/size]
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Baghdad - Mawazine News
, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the High Elections Commission, Judge Jalil Adnan, confirmed the commission's readiness to hold the elections on the tenth of next October, while noting that the ballot paper was designed in a distinctive and non-reproducible way.
Adnan said, "Our legal procedures and all our systems have been completed," noting that "in the first simulation process, we encountered some problems that we overcame in the second."
He added: "The aim of our procedures is to implement fair and transparent elections," calling on citizens to receive their biometric cards.
He continued, "We will withdraw the cards after the voting process, and they will be disabled for 72 hours," stressing that "the human resources to conduct the elections have been completed."
He explained that "the number of applicants for polling officials amounted to about 800,000, of whom 320,000 were chosen by lottery," noting that "
He pointed out that "the announcement of the final results of the elections will be after the appeals are made," noting that "the ballot paper is not cloned."
Adnan indicated that "the ballot paper is distinguished and has security features that may be equivalent to those found in the currency," stressing that "a solid German company was contracted to print the ballot paper."
He pointed out that "the special vote will take place 48 hours before the polling day," noting that "the United Nations has a greater role than before in supporting the Electoral Commission."
He added, "We have invited more than 50 countries and more than 25 organizations to observe the elections," noting that "the aim of international observation is to send a message of reassurance to our people and the international community regarding the elections."
He pointed out that "the Supreme Security Committee has a solid plan to secure the electoral process," noting that "