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Electoral Commission: All voting machines returned to work after fixing a technical glitch

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Post by rocky Sun 10 Oct 2021, 7:06 am

[size=52]Electoral Commission: All voting machines returned to work after fixing a technical glitch[/size]


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[size=45]The Chairman of the Board of Commissioners at the Electoral Commission, Jalil Adnan Khalaf, clarified on Sunday that what some of the voting machines were subjected to was a technical malfunction and not a malfunction, as was rumored, stressing that all of them are now operating smoothly.[/size]
[size=45]Khalaf said in a press conference, "What happened from a technical defect in some voting machines was very few and in limited numbers, and it was caused by human errors that the electronic system of voting machines cannot accept."[/size]
[size=45]He stressed that "all agencies are working now and there are no malfunctions, and the plan is going according to what was drawn up for it," calling on citizens to "go to the polling stations and cast their votes."[/size]
[size=45]With the start of the general voting process in the early Iraqi elections, polling stations and stations in a number of provinces and cities witnessed a work malfunction, which led to the voters being unable to vote as a result.[/size]
[size=45]Election observers in Iraq revealed that there were technical malfunctions that stopped the voting machines during the first hours of the start of the electoral process in four governorates: Anbar, north of the capital Baghdad, Babil and Kirkuk.[/size]
[size=45]They explained, in separate conversations, that “the first violation of the electoral process in Anbar occurred in Fallujah district, east of the province, where so far and the electoral center at Al-Salam Preparatory School is still closed, and the monitors were prevented from entering the center, for reasons that are still unknown.”[/size]
[size=45]They added, "The other breach occurred in the Al-Mughirah Bin Sha'ba center in the (Khamsa Kilo) area of ​​the Ramadi district, the provincial center, where the center is still closed, although it is witnessing a security presence around it."[/size]
[size=45]They continued, by saying, "The last breach so far occurred as a result of the delay in opening the electoral centers until half past seven, in the Glory and Peace Centers in the Al-Malaab area in the Ramadi district."[/size]
[size=45]Since this morning, a number of citizens have faced the lack of their electoral fingerprints in a number of centers in the city of Nasiriyah, the center of Dhi Qar governorate.[/size]
[size=45]Eyewitnesses reported recording 9 malfunctions in polling stations in 5 polling stations in Sayed Dakhil district, east of Dhi Qar Governorate.[/size]
[size=45]A reporter in the governorate reported that a polling station had completely stopped working in one of the polling stations in the district district of Kut governorate.[/size]
[size=45]The Independent High Electoral Commission in Iraq commented, earlier today, on news that there were malfunctions and stopping of electoral stations in a number of Iraqi provinces.[/size]
[size=45]Commission spokeswoman Jumana al-Ghalay said, "The Commission has a technical team of specialized technical staff from the Commission, the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Ministry of Communications, which are spread throughout Iraq to fix any technical malfunction that may occur."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Ghalay indicated that "there is direct communication through 100 technical employees present in the National Office, who communicate with all polling stations to solve any problem that polling officials may face with the voting machines."[/size]
[size=45]A spokeswoman for the commission added, "The Independent Electoral Commission in Iraq has alternative plans and has alternative devices for any device that may be disrupted or stopped."[/size]
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