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Sources: Start manual counting next Wednesday and take 10 days

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Sources: Start manual counting next Wednesday and take 10 days

2018-06-09 at 10:01 (Baghdad time)

Sources - Start manual counting next Wednesday and take 10 days

Follow-up of Mawazine News
Informed sources on Saturday revealed the start of manual counting and results of the last parliamentary elections on Wednesday, while it indicated that it will take 10 days after the assignment of more than 10 thousand employees to work in the warehouses of the Commission.
"The Supreme Judicial Council summoned a number of headsof courts in the provinces of the north, west and south of the country to designate them as heads of branches of the Iraqi Electoral Commission, which imposed the judiciary last Thursday and the prevention of its members to travel after proven accusations of manipulation and rigging the elections, .
According to sources, according to the newspaper, "more than 10 thousand employees will be assigned to work in the warehouses of the Commission to return the process of counting and sorting manually for more than 10 million ballot papers, reserved by the Supreme Judicial Committee and under strict security at the headquarters of the main UNHCR in Baghdad."
She noted that "the staff will be assigned from the Iraqi courts and the Office of Financial Supervision and the Iraqi Integrity Commission, the University of Baghdad and the Ministry of Education."
The sources suggested that "the process of counting and sorting on Wednesday or Thursday next with the prevention of agents of political entities and local organizations to intervene and give the United Nations the option of participating as a commander of the process of re-counting and manual sorting."
For his part, a judge in the Court of Rasafa in Baghdad, said that "the process of re-counting may take a week to ten days during which the citizen should know that it is an attempt to re-legitimacy of the electoral process by trying to purify as much as possible fraud, but this does not mean that it was a hundred Per cent. "

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