The Iraqi High Commission for Legislative Elections states that “the announcement of the election results will be within the coming hours,” and stresses that “it was a source of pride for us, and we were pleased with the supporting institutions that secured them.”
The Iraqi High Commission for Legislative Elections said that “the announcement of the election results will be in the coming hours.”
The Commission added, in a press statement after Close boxesPolling, that “any candidate has the right to file a complaint confidentially and send it in a secure and confidential box to the commission,” stressing that “all violations are submitted as a complaint, and it will be considered through the Appeals Board.”
She stressed that “we will present a detailed report on the elections within the next two hours,” noting that “the United Nations will write, as usual, its report on the elections within a month.”
The High Commission declared that “all the elections were a source of pride for us, and we were pleased with the supporting institutions that secured these elections,” stressing that “it was the Supreme Security Committee that protected the elections.”
Regarding the malfunctions that occurred in some centers, the Commission explained that “we issued a statement that should be the title of the truth, and what happened is not a malfunction, but a defect in time.”
The Chairman of the Board of Commissioners at the Electoral Commission, Jalil Adnan Khalaf, explained that “what some of the voting machines were exposed to was a technical malfunction, not a disruption of work, as was rumored,” stressing that “all of them are now working smoothly.”
The Iraqi High Elections Commission had announced the closure of the polls in the early Iraqi legislative elections, amid celebrations in Baghdad’s Tahrir Square, at a time when Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi said, “We have completed our duty to conduct fair and transparent elections.”
In this context, Iraqi President Barham Salih stressed that the completion of the elections is a point towards reform, and a huge task awaits us to form authorities that express the will of the people.
In turn, the Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives blessed the Iraqis “their choice and choice,” thanking everyone who accomplished this “electoral wedding.”
As for the leader of the Sadrist movement in Iraq, Muqtada al-Sadr, he said that “the early Iraqi elections passed with great success, both from a security and professional standpoint.”
Polling stations in Iraq had been opened its doors This morning, about 25 million voters are entitled to vote, at seven o’clock local time, to be closed at six o’clock this evening, according to what the Independent High Electoral Commission announced.
Iraqi voters flocked to the polling stations throughout Sunday, while several prominent political figures in the country cast their votes.
More than 3,200 people ran for 329 seats in Parliament, while 25% of the seats were reserved for women. 1249 international observers participated in observing the universal suffrage process, while the electoral process was accompanied by strict security measures.