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The state of law confirms its "rejection" of forming a government and demands new elections

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The state of law confirms its "rejection" of forming a government and demands new elections

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The state of law confirms its "rejection" of forming a government and demands new elections

Thursday, May 17 2018 at 15:28 pm

The state of law confirms its rejection of forming a government and demands new elections

Follow-up / Sky Press

The coalition of state law, on Thursday, rejected the formation of a new government in the light of the results of parliamentary elections where dozens of problems and violations and appeals and uncertainties, pointing out that he put 3 options on the Commission, including the cancellation of the elections and a new procedurebecause of doubts and appeals filed.
"In order to correct the situation in Iraq and before the announcement of the final results of the elections, the Commission must act urgently to take one of the following options," spokesman Abbas al-Moussawi said in a statement received by Sky Press. Either a recount of five percent at random, a full and complete recount of all the ballot boxes, or the complete cancellation of the election results and new elections. "
He called on the members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives to "assume their responsibility to convene the emergency meeting as soon as possible to follow up and address matters that may be unable to deal with the Commission." He called on the Commission to "scrutinize the votes of voters abroad with the arrival of many complaints about the violations that took place there."
And accused the political blocs of the Commission to manipulate the results of the parliamentary elections that took place last Saturday.

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