[size=36]Political party: We did not lose the elections, but rather excluded our candidates[/size]
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The party said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it that "the results announced by the Electoral Commission are incorrect," stressing that "its candidates did not lose, but were excluded by joint efforts of various parties at home and abroad who do not want its national and Islamic project to have a presence in the elections." Iraqi arena.
And he indicated that "his targeting came to strike at the political representation of the national Islamic identity, saying: We reject the completely announced results and stress that they are forged in advance and with a measure apparently intended to reshape the Iraqi political arena for certain purposes."
He pointed out that "recognizing these elections, which are surrounded by doubts and suspicions from beginning to end, is a big mistake that we must not fall into, and the political forces must not yield to it."
He noted that "the audience of the Islamic Party and its organizations has been stable for several sessions, and despite the increase in this audience and we made sure that it went out for the elections and voted for its candidates, it did not find these votes in the results of the commission, which reinforces the doubts that are raised about the election process, its conduct and its outcomes."
He continued: "It has become clear that there is a scheme behind our exclusion from the political scene because of our adoption of the national line, and our commitment to avoid sectarian alignments and end regional and international dependency," explaining that "many electoral centers did not deliver their tapes, and our observers were not allowed in many stations." From monitoring the elections, we retain evidence that the numbers announced are inaccurate.” Ended 29/A43