[size=36]Blackshart: The United Nations will not support any party or any candidate in the elections[/size]
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Plasschaert said, "The Security Council has given UNAMI great support for the deployment of observers for the Iraqi elections," stressing that "the election observers of the United Nations will be deployed in all cities of Iraq."
She added, "There are 900 United Nations employees with the aim of providing electoral assistance," noting that "the United Nations called on the Electoral Commission to adopt transparency by clarifying the difference between those entitled to vote and those who received electoral cards."
And she continued: "We focus our efforts to ensure that the Iraqi elections enjoy the highest level of integrity and safety," noting that "it is not the responsibility of the United Nations to ratify the election results because it is the responsibility of the Iraqis represented by the Commission and the Federal Court."
She pointed out that "the United Nations pays special attention to Kirkuk and will send delegates to monitor the elections," adding: "Our mission is to monitor the elections and provide advice and advice, not to supervise them."
And she added, "We hope to form a government that is able to work effectively and quickly after the next October elections," stressing that "the outcome of the elections must be calculated on the basis of the legitimacy of the electoral process."
She stressed that "the United Nations will not support any party or any candidate in the elections." Ended 29/87