The Security Media Cell announced today, Sunday, the success of the plan to protect the elections, while confirming observation of 190 violators.
The head of the Security Media Cell, Major General Saad Maan, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the Supreme Security Committee for the elections carried out its duty, and its plan was clear, and it did not block roads, and the security situation was good, and security and intelligence coordination was high, and therefore the plan to secure the elections succeeded."
He pointed out that "the elections reflected two aspects, the first is real democracy and the other is simplified the electoral process in Iraq," noting that "the election day was a secured in all respects."
With regard to the measures taken after the end of the voting process, Maan explained that "the security forces will continue deployed after the end of voting until the memory disk is secured."
He added, "All the ballot boxes' storage places are safe, and Army Aviation will transport these boxes.”