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The Commission sets the date for announcing the final results of the 2021 parliamentary elections - 11-21-2021 02:07 PM - Read: 4565 Today, Sunday, the Independent High Electoral Commission set the date for announcing the final results of the elections, while noting that the appeals strongly affected the results. A member of the media team of the commission, Imad Jamil Mohsen, said, during a press statement, that "the commission is ready to announce the results after the judiciary has decided on all appeals," noting that "it is hoped that the final results will be announced within two days." He explained, "The appeals had a strong impact on the results, as the stations canceled by the judiciary changed the number of seats, except for the final results, which are not resolved until they are announced." He added, "The Federal Court ratifies the names of the winners of the elections, and the judiciary approves the appeals and considers them final," noting that "the Commission will announce the results after their completion, and the names of the winners of Parliament seats will be submitted to the Federal Court for approval."
Today.. Announcing the results of the 2021 elections Monday 11 October 2021 151 Baghdad: Muhammad Al-Ansari Photography: Nihad Al-Azzawi The Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Independent High Electoral Commission, Jalil Adnan, announced the success of the general vote in the early elections that took place yesterday, Sunday 10/10/2021, and that “the voices of the Iraqis who participated in the electoral process are a great trust in our necks and are inviolable,” noting that “the results of The elections and the percentage of participation in them will be announced in the next few hours." Judge Jalil Adnan said in a press conference that followed the end of the poll, which was followed by "Al-Sabah": "The commission has sent messages of confidence and reassurance to the Iraqi street that their votes are a great trust in our necks, and they are inviolable," noting that "the announcement of the election results will be within the next 24 hours," and added, that "The technical defect that occurred in some electoral centers was quickly addressed," he said, adding that "the project was difficult and long in order to make the electoral process successful." He pointed out that "the electoral process witnessed high discipline inside the polling stations in a proud manner," noting that "the Commission will issue decisions regarding electoral violations and be published on the official website of the High Electoral Commission." The success of the security plan For its part, the Supreme Security Committee for Elections announced the success of the security plan for securing the electoral process. The head of the Supreme Security Committee for Elections, Lieutenant-General Abdul-Amir Al-Shammari, said in a press conference: "The security forces have proven once again that they are up to the responsibility," noting that "the High Electoral Commission and the various security and military formations were very keen on the success of the security work." "Victory would not have been achieved without the attribution of the religious authority and its great support." The Supreme Elections Security Committee had issued strict orders, earlier on Sunday evening, to tighten security and protection measures around polling stations. The committee stated, in a statement, that it "issued strict orders to all security units in the capital, Baghdad, and the governorates to tighten security and protection measures around polling stations, registration centers and IHEC warehouses after the end of the general poll in order to preserve the integrity of the ballot boxes." The statement added, "The committee authorized the holding security forces to take maximum security measures and measures around these sites." Praise and thanks The Chief of Staff of the Army, Lieutenant-General Abdul-Amir Rashid Yarallah, praised the efforts of the security forces during the electoral process. Yarallah said in a statement, addressing the security forces: “Iraq lived a new violet epic with great success through the success of security, technical and logistical plans and your great role in bearing the national responsibility for the success of this historic mission, as the types of our armed forces, including the ground forces, the air force, the army aviation, the ranks and other services, were integrated. with the requirements of the security plan. He added, "The units worked in all sectors of responsibility to secure full protection for all polling stations within (83) electoral districts along the geography of the great country during the two days of special voting and general suffrage, and diligent and continuous work throughout the preparations that preceded October 10, 2021, and it was an effort A very successful nationally, qualitatively, under the supervision of the Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and great efforts by the Independent High Electoral Commission and the Supreme Security Committee. He stressed that "our units of our valiant army witnessed a rapid movement with the support of the air force and army aviation to transport fighters to the polling stations and return them to the areas of responsibility of their units and to provide full support to the Independent High Electoral Commission and the Electoral Security Committee." He concluded by saying: "With this achievement and success, I greet you and offer you my highest thanks and appreciation, and our valiant army and security forces remain in the service and defense of the homeland and preserve the higher interests of the people and the state. May God protect Iraq, its people and its valiant army." The Government Media Cell also praised the great and distinguished role of all media outlets, which participated in covering the facts of the early general elections throughout Iraq on Sunday. And she said in a statement: "The media participating in the extensive coverage of the elections demonstrated a patriotic position that amounts to the role the media plays in conveying the truth to the people, which encouraged many citizens to participate in the elections and cast their votes, with great confidence." She added: "On this occasion, the Government Media Cell extends its thanks and appreciation to all media colleagues and all their specializations who represented media institutions, on this distinguished Iraqi day. The great, so they conveyed a wonderful picture of the new democratic Iraq, so that the whole world would be fascinated by the level of great success achieved in these elections, technically, in the media and on the security front. electoral path At six o'clock yesterday evening, the general polls were closed in all Iraqi provinces, as part of the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, after they opened their doors to vote at seven o'clock in the morning, Baghdad time. The spokeswoman for the Independent High Electoral Commission, Jumana Al-Ghalay, said in a press interview: "The number of polling stations in the general vote reached 8,273 centers, with more than 55 thousand stations," noting that "1249 international observers participated in monitoring the general poll, while the number of media professionals reached The 510 internationals who participated in the coverage of the universal suffrage, while the local observers numbered 147,152. She added that "the number of polling stations in Rusafa reached 1,032, Karkh 792, Erbil 498, Anbar 380, Basra 514, Sulaymaniyah more than 500, Diwaniyah 289, Muthanna 170, Najaf 336, Babel 413, Duhok 264 polling stations. Diyala 483 polling stations, Dhi Qar 440 centers, Salah al-Din 312 centers, Karbala 244 centers, Kirkuk 315 centers, Maysan 230 centers, Nineveh 753 centers, Wasit more than 300 polling stations. Funds transfer insurance And the Independent High Electoral Commission announced in a statement that the boxes will be moved after their closure across the country yesterday evening, Sunday evening, with a tight plan by the Supreme Security Committee for Elections and through "army aviation" to the offices designated for them in Baghdad and some other provinces. The statement added, "The (memory stick) will be sent to the National Office to be counted and sorted electronically, and all the devices and equipment of the Commission will be transferred from the schools to their respective sites in order to hand the schools over to the Ministry of Education." first voter Yesterday, Sunday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi supervised electoral security at the headquarters of the joint operations, while he issued directives during his visit to the headquarters of the joint operations. The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasoul, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi was the first to vote with the opening of the polling stations' doors," noting that "Al-Kazemi then visited the headquarters of the Joint Operations Command to follow up on the operation." universal suffrage in detail. Major General Rasoul added, "Al-Kazemi's directives included that the armed forces be neutral," stressing that "Al-Kazemi personally supervises the plan to secure the elections and directed the provision of full protection to the polling stations." Yesterday, Sunday, the European Union mission to monitor the Iraqi elections confirmed that no technical or technical problems were recorded in the polling stations. "The mission has not recorded any violations since the start of general voting," the mission's head, Viola von Kramon, said in a press conference followed by "Al-Sabah". Manual counting draw The Independent High Electoral Commission conducted, at five o'clock yesterday evening, Sunday, a lottery process to select the counting stations and manual counting for general voting within the province of Baghdad and the rest of the provinces. The Director of the Information and Communication Department of the Commission, Hassan Salman, said in a press conference: "The commission conducted 17 lottery operations to select the counting stations and manual sorting for general voting," and added that "the process was conducted in accordance with Article 38 of the Elections Law, first paragraph, which stipulated the selection of one station. In each polling station, the process of counting and counting is done manually, and the selection of the station will be central in the national office. He continued: "The polling stations were classified based on the number of stations in each polling station, for example, there is a polling center in which there are 4 stations and there are 6, and the stations were classified on this basis, and the totals that appeared to us after the classification ranged from 1 to 18 stations, given that the smallest center It has one station, and the largest center has 18 stations.” Monitoring Network Report In addition, the (Coalition of National Networks and Organizations) issued a detailed report on the day of the general vote, and the report announced by the coalition in a press conference and published by "Al-Sabah" within the policy of the (Iraqi Media Network) is neutral in electoral coverage, that "until the closure of the public vote, it issued ( The Coalition of National Networks and Organizations) observing the elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, three reports covering the voting period from seven in the morning until six in the evening. The coalition added that "the results of the final report were extracted from 1920 reports sent by the coalition's observers deployed throughout the electoral centers, and that 152 observers or candidate agents, or 7.91 percent, were excluded from the polling stations." The report documented, "The number of stations that did not close at the specified time (at 6 pm), amounted to 34, or 1.77%." to 178, or 9.27%. The report indicated that "the number of polling stations in which no one objected to the announced results, reached 35, and this constituted a percentage close to 1.82%," noting that "a malfunction occurred in 128 polling stations, where a malfunction was observed in the rapid counting and sorting device, i.e. a percentage of 6.67%". The report of the (Coalition of Networks and National Organizations) monitoring the elections of the Iraqi parliament concluded that "the participation rate reached (38%)", according to the figures of the (coalition) and not the figures of the Independent High Electoral Commission, which is expected to announce the participation rate soon within the hours. coming. It is noteworthy that the (Alliance of National Networks and Organizations) observing the Iraqi Parliament elections includes (Shams Network), (Ain Network), (Freedom Ambassadors Network), (Alliance of Iraqi Minorities), (Tamuz Organization for Social Development) and (We Watch). It is one of the most important networks and civil organizations observing elections.