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Baghdad: Omar Abdul Latif
The Independent High Electoral Commission announced that it is preparing to conduct the third simulation experiment, indicating that it will start as of Wednesday
Next September 1, more than 553,000 polling officials will be trained in the registration centers, while an electoral expert made several observations on this process.
The Director of the Media and Mass Communication Department at the Commission, Hassan Salman, said: "The second simulation process, which took place in 1,079 polling stations throughout Iraq, is a complete electoral process with all its various joints and stages, and is very similar to the original voting process."
He added that "that process succeeded greatly, and the results were sent through electronic devices and the transmission medium by 100%," noting that "this success confirms the Commission's determination to hold the elections on the scheduled date on the tenth of next October."
Salman continued, "The second simulation process did not indicate any obstacles or negative aspects in the devices or the transmission medium," stressing that "statements and announcements that expect to postpone the elections cannot disturb the electoral process or affect it."
For his part, the expert in electoral affairs, Dr. Jawdat Zalal, made many observations on the two simulations conducted by the commission.
In an interview, Zalal said: “The commission, in the first simulation that it conducted last month, failed to deliver the final results and send them to the National Office in Baghdad because of the space package,” noting that “the commission had subscribed to a specific package in the satellite to send data through it, except The increase in the number of stations within this process is what led to the failure of sending information
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