, the United Nations expressed full confidence in Iraq in running the electoral process, stressing that it will continue to provide advice and assistance to Iraq.
While the parliamentary law pointed out that the failure to start the process of counting and sorting the results of the election depends on the opinion of the Federal Court on appeals, On Thursday, a date to consider the appeal of President Fuad Masoum and the Council of Commissioners to amend the election law.
"The Secretary-General has full confidence in Iraq’s ability to manage the electoral process in accordance with the Constitution," the spokesman of the UN Secretary-General, Stephen Dujarric, said in response to a question on the demands of counting and counting the results of the Iraqi parliamentary elections and the resolution passed by the House of Representatives.
And in line with the relevant laws as well as the procedures established by the independent institutions in the country », noting that« the United Nations will continue to provide advice and assistance to Iraq, according to the previous authorization, I mean that you know that in every country where the elections, there is Yeh special appeal and re – counting and sorting, so as to ensure that the process goes under the Constitution
and law ».
While the member of the legal committee of the parliamentary, Sadik al-Laban, in a press statement, that «not start the process of counting and sorting the results of the election depends on the opinion of the Federal Court on the appeals submitted on the third amendment to the parliamentary elections law», adding that «a number of political parties submitted A lot of appeals on the amendment of the
election law ».
Al-Labban added that «the Judicial Committee supervising the Electoral Commission will exercise the process of counting and sorting by hand after the Federal Court expressed its opinion on electoral appeals».
On the date of hearing the appeal of President Fuad Masoum and the Council of Commissioners to amend the election law, the spokesman of the court, Iyas Samok, said in a statement received by «morning», that «the Federal Court set at 10 am on Thursday, the 21st of June current, In a lawsuit against the Third Amendment to the Law on the Elections of the House of Representatives ».
"The suit is made by the president of the republic in addition to his job and from the Board of Commissioners and the
Kurdistan Democratic Party," Samok said .
In the meantime, the official spokesman for the state of law, Khaled al-Asadi, in a press statement, that «we have conclusive evidence on the manipulation of the results of the parliamentary elections», pointing out that «these fraud can not be tolerated and accept a political process lame».
Al-Asadi said that «skeptics quorum session of the House of Representatives to stay away from political bidding and resort to the Federal Court, which is to decide the constitutionality of the session or not», pointing out that «the coming days will see a correction in the political process and political stability by re-counting and sorting by hand».
In turn, warned the National Coalition led by Vice President Iyad Allawi, the repetition of what happened after the elections in 2010 with a different scenario, calling on the politicians of the former regime to fall into what he called the "cooked himself."
The coalition said in a statement received by «morning», that «one of the most important things that will hurt Iraq is to restore the elections witnessed in 2010 to exceed the benefits of Iraq’s winning coalition, and the abolition of the Constitution, and to circumvent the election results strongly»,
hailing the Iraqi judiciary distinguished that «be fair Especially those who fought and fought the despicable dictatorship in Iraq and founded the political process in it, and we call on everyone to commit to the interest of Iraq and its stability and unity and the safety of its people above all interests.http://www.alsabaah.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=158791