Former Deputy: Re-Counting And Comprehensive Sorting Has Become An Imperative To Zero Problems

Former Deputy: Re-Counting And Comprehensive Sorting Has Become An Imperative To Zero Problems

11/23/2121 | 1:41 PM

Former Deputy - Re-Counting And Comprehensive Sorting Has Become An Imperative To Zero ProblemsInformation / Baghdad.

Former parliament member Nada Shaker Jawdat confirmed, on Tuesday, that the decision to re-count and manual count has become an inevitable necessity to eliminate the problems resulting from the crisis of results, indicating that the decision to re-count must be followed by reassurances of the winning forces to preserve the votes of their candidates.

Jawdat said in a statement to “Al-Maalouma”, that “the continuation of the escalation of the electoral crisis raises a state of anxiety among the Iraqi street, so the decision to re-count and manual count has become an imperative to avoid any unexpected problem,” calling on the winning political forces to “support the decision if they It truly secures the creation of a state of stability and the initiation of the process of correction and construction.”

She added, “The decision to re-count and comprehensive sorting will contribute to clearing up problems and suspicions between the objecting political forces and the Electoral Commission.”

Jawdat explained, “The decision to re-count and hand count must also be conditioned by mechanisms that reassure the winning forces not to tamper with the votes through the formation of joint committees that monitor the counting and sorting process according to accurate television screens placed inside the observers’ halls.”

And the Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq movement confirmed earlier today, Tuesday, that the representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Jeanine Plaschaert, is facing a real test today to prove her credibility by presenting her report to the UN Security Council. finished/25pm

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