Today, Sunday, the Al-Fateh Alliance, led by Hadi Al-Amiri, issued a statement about the Federal Court session to consider appeals against the election results.
The statement, received by the "National News Center", stated that "the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hadi Al-Amiri, and a number of coalition members attended today's Federal Court session to follow up on the report of the German company and the appeals submitted regarding the violations that accompanied the elections."
A spokesman for the Al-Fateh Alliance, Ahmed Al-Asadi, said, according to the statement, that "the Federal Supreme Court today examined several lawsuits regarding the results and the election law," noting that "the lawsuits filed for falsifying the election results were based on the report of the German examiner Hensoldt."
For his part, a member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Muhammad Al-Ghabban, said that "the Federal Court will use experts to follow up on the details of the report of the German Examining Company."
The statement added that "Al-Amiri presented, during a press conference, yesterday, Saturday, the evidence confirming the manipulation of the results of the parliamentary elections, backed by documents and evidence submitted to the Federal Court," stressing that "the Al-Fateh coalition continues to challenge the elections to the Federal Court," noting that "the Commission did not It adheres to its procedures and committed a number of violations, the first of which is violating its law.”
And the Federal Court announced, on Sunday, the postponement of consideration of the lawsuit submitted by the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi Al-Amiri to “cancel the election results.”
The court session was attended by Al-Amiri, along with Faleh Al-Fayyad, leader of the "National Contract" coalition and leaders in the "Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq" movement, Adnan Faihan and Naim Al-Aboudi, as well as Ahmed Al-Asadi, head of the "National Bond" bloc, and Yasser Sakhel Al-Maliki, a leader in the "State of Law" coalition.
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