The first comment from the coordination framework forces after the announcement of the final results

The first comment from the coordination framework forces after the announcement of the final results

2021-12-01

The first comment from the coordination framework forces after the announcement of the final resultsThe Coordination Framework announced, on Tuesday, its categorical rejection of the results of the current elections, accusing the electoral judiciary of being selective.

The forces said in a statement, “We categorically reject the results of the current elections, as it has become clear and beyond any doubt that the Electoral Commission has prepared the election results in advance at the expense of the will of the Iraqi people.”

The statement stressed, “The Electoral Commission and the judiciary did not deal seriously with the appeals file and in accordance with the applicable legal contexts.”

Considering that “the evidence presented by the political forces and proved by the Commission’s blunders was sufficient to move towards comprehensive manual counting and sorting, or to make a clear change in the results of the polls, at the very least. 100%.”

The forces’ statement pointed out that “the Commission’s confusion and contradiction in statements and voting procedures have confirmed doubts and in many files such as invalid votes, canceling stations and identical fingerprints, as well as the observations of local and international observers.”

He pointed out that “the most prominent evidence of the selectivity of the electoral judiciary is its acceptance of a specific number despite the conformity of all the rejected appeals with the criteria, which generates suspicion that there is no fair application of the conditions or is subject to internal and external political pressures, as well as its taking decisive and binding decisions with the victory of one of the candidates and then retreating.” It confirms and reinforces our suspicions.”

The framework forces reiterated their “steadfast position based on evidence and documents that there is significant manipulation in the poll results, which prompts us to reject the current results and to continue the lawsuit filed before the Federal Court to cancel the elections,” expressing its hope for the court to “stay away from political influences and deal with objectivity, impartiality and fairness to the Iraqi masses and preserve their voices.” from being lost.”

Today, Tuesday, the Electoral Commission announced the final results of the early elections that took place on October 10, with the Sadrist bloc obtaining 73 seats, followed by the coalition that advanced with 37 seats, then the State of Law coalition with 33 seats, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party with 31 seats.

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