[size=36]The Commission clarifies the most prominent contents of the report of the German examiner company[/size]
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Imad Jamil, a member of the media team in the Electoral Commission, said, "The commission sent the results of the appeals to the judiciary this morning and we are waiting for an official letter from the commission confirming that it has completed its consideration and approved all decisions, and after that it will finish its work and allow us to announce the election results."
He stressed that "there is no tampering with the election results, and judicial decisions are the decisive and binding limit for all."
Regarding the report of the German examiner, Ben Jamil, "what was rumored and transmitted about the company were observations before the elections, as the company was brought to the data counting center and reviewed the devices and their spare parts and checked them, and they made notes and were processed by the Korean company that produced the devices."
He stressed that "the Commission did not hide the report of the German company, and the company said in its final report in general, that the procedures for opening, closing, transferring and matching results and other related processes were working correctly during both public and private voting events, and despite the occurrence of voting problems, the Commission responded to these problems." The electoral system's problems did not have a material impact on the election results."
He added, "The company pointed out in its report that the commission acted quickly and effectively and successfully addressed all problems, which allowed the ability to verify data inputs and outputs at multiple levels that provide a high degree of confidence in the integrity of electoral data, and no external party attempted at any time to influence the audit or Interfering with it.” Ended 29 / p. 87