Baghdad - INA - Nassar Al-Hajj
The Independent High Electoral Commission confirmed today, Thursday, that changing the election results depends on the decisions of the judiciary regarding the outcome of the appeals and their answers, while it announced a possible date for resolving the results.
The Director of the Media and Mass Communication Department at the Electoral Commission, Hassan Salman, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the commission received almost all of the appeals from the judiciary within the legal period," noting that "the number of appeals reached more than 1,000 appeals, including what is incomplete." by the Authority.
Salman added, "There are six appeals in this field, and legal measures are supposed to be taken in accordance with the commission's decision, which may require a certain time and may not require much time."
Regarding the talk about changing the election results, Salman explained, "Changing the election results depends on the decision of the judiciary on the outcome of the appeals and their answers," stressing that "the last decision of the judiciary."
He continued, "I personally think that next week will be the decisive week, perhaps in the middle of the first or second."