Shafaq News / announced the political offices of the Democratic Party of Kurdistan and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, refused to cancel the results of the special vote in the Kurdistan Region.
This comes a day after the approval of the Iraqi parliament, the obligation of the Independent High Electoral Commission to re-count and general Iraq, and decided to assign nine judges to run the Commission.
The parliament also voted on the recommendations of a government committee called for the cancellation of the results of the elections abroad to prove the existence of “gross and deliberate violations and fraud, and complicity in them,” in addition to the abolition of the results of voting in polling stations and stations for the displaced in several provinces.
In this regard, the two political bureaux of the two main parties met in Kurdistan and discussed the latest developments. They called for the importance of consensus and unity among the Kurdish parties in Baghdad.
The two parties said in a statement that they refuse to cancel the results of the vote of Kurdistan, “according to the Iraqi Constitution, every citizen has the right to vote and must be respected.”
Iraq has been the subject of widespread debate over suspicions of fraud in parliamentary elections held on 12 May.