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Iraqi Commission rejects the request, “al-Maliki” to stop counting of votes

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Iraqi Commission rejects the request, “al-Maliki” to stop counting of votes

Post  Shilo on Mon May 03, 2010 12:21 pm

May 3, 2010 · Posted in NEWS

Rejected the Electoral Commission of Iraq request of the coalition, “the rule of law” led by Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, to stop re-counting 2.5 million vote in Baghdad, referring to the inability to meet the request check the validity of signatures in the register of voters because of this criminal action.

The Chief Election Commissioner Faraj during a joint press conference with the representative of Secretary General of the United Nations in Iraq ads Melkert: The counting procedures, which began today to recount and counting manual just because the Commission has developed procedures based on a decision by the Appeals election, in which the text to recount manually He did not mention checking the signatures of voters in the voter registers.

He explained that the Commission is currently checking the number of signatories in the records with the number of ballot papers in Alsnedit the amount of 11 thousand.

Haidari said: It will not be the results of the partial count results in each day, but the final results will be announced once and once they are finished counting.

The leadership of the coalition of state law and the Oil Minister Hussain al-Shahristani has said three hours after the start of operations counting 2.5 million votes, in Baghdad: The coalition has already filed a complaint and evidence and objections about the abuses suffered by the legislative election process in Baghdad because of forged signatures on the forms to vote .

He demanded to stop the recount and hand count immediately, adding that the coalition expected to position the rest of the political blocs that demanded such return of this issue.

For its part, the Arab League said: it had decided to send a delegation of observers, headed by Ambassador Mohammed Alkhmlishe Assistant Secretary-General, head of information and communication to participate in monitoring the counting process which is expected to arrive in Baghdad next Wednesday.

Iraqi List, won in the last election by obtaining 91 parliamentary seats in Maliki’s coalition came second winning 89 seats and the National Coalition to win 70 seats and the Kurdistan Alliance 43 seats.

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