URGENT Joint operations open investigation into what happened to security forces inside Syrian territory

 

Editorial Date: 2018/6/18 21:58 • 170 times read
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Joint Operations Command announced the opening of an investigation into what happened to the security forces inside Syrian territory.
“The Joint Operations Command would like to inform public opinion and the media that our security forces, in all their formations of the army, the police and the popular crowd, are working to secure the Iraqi borders, including the Iraqi-Syrian ones,” the statement said. Air strikes or other strikes. ”
He added that “while we regret what happened to the security forces inside the Syrian territory after the bombing of its headquarters, which is located south of the Albu Kamal area, which is a forest and residential buildings, which are 1,500 kilometers from the Iraqi border within the Syrian territory We are not in contact with them and there was no coordination between our security forces and these units that were bombed or some other incident that led to the casualties there, and the Joint Operations Command welcomes any efforts by the units within the Syrian territory by confronting the terrorist gangs and removing the danger from The common border between Iraq and Syria is how much We condemn the attack on the process of these pieces. ”
The statement added that “we are following up on what happened since yesterday (17 June) for these units. We also confirmed that they did not have any contact with our forces and did not have coordination with the Joint Operations Command through the available channels. The Iraqi forces from the army, police and popular mobilization are in the western Anbar region As well as the border forces, which is charged with holding a defensive line of defense extends from the area of ​​the port of Walid border and the point of convergence of the Iraqi-Syrian border.
“The Joint Operations Command is working to coordinate through the command of the operations of the island with the popular mobilization blocks and the borders assigned to hold the border strip and does not coordinate or manage operations with the units operating west of the border inside the Syrian territory as these forces are not within the Iraqi security system.”
“By checking the position of the air strikes with the coalition forces, these forces officially denied that their spokesman had directed any air or missile strike at the aforementioned areas,” he said.
The statement stressed that “while we regret the loss of victims inside the Syrian territory and the families of martyrs and wounded, we open an investigation into the bodies responsible for causing losses of Iraqi youth and overcome the sovereignty of Iraq and Syria by crossing the border outside the constitutional and legal contexts and the policy of good neighborliness.”
He pointed out that “after contact with the deputy chairman of the popular crowd, made it clear that he did not know the statement issued by the Popular Propaganda Authority and stressed the absence of any forces from the popular crowd outside the Iraqi-Syrian border.”

United Nations: We have full confidence in Iraq in running the electoral process

 

Editorial Date: 2018/6/18 23:33 • 37 times read
[Ayn-Baghdad]
The spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations Stephane Dujarric, on Monday, full confidence in Iraq in the management of the electoral process.
“The Secretary-General has full confidence in Iraq’s ability to manage the electoral process in accordance with the Constitution and in conformity with the relevant laws as well as the procedures established by the institutions,” 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. Independent in the country. ”
He added that “the United Nations will continue to provide advice and assistance to Iraq, according to the previous authorization, I mean, as you know that in every country where the elections are held, there is a special mechanism to challenge and re-counting and sorting, to ensure that the process proceeded under the Constitution and the law.”
The House of Representatives voted in its extraordinary session held on June 6, on the proposed amendment to the Third Law of the elections of the House of Representatives No. 45 of 2013 “with the aim of achieving transparency in the election results and maintain the democratic system of Iraq and protect the electoral process to ensure confidence in the integrity of the elections and fairness and The validity of the acceleration of electronic results and caused by the lack of real results and for the manual counting and counting in the whole of Iraq. ”
And appointed the Supreme Judicial Council, 18 judges to administer the offices of the Electoral Commission and supervise the process of counting and counting the results of the election under the amendment of the election law.

The parliamentary prosecution reveals the reasons for not starting the manual counting process until now

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The Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed on Monday the reasons for the failure of the Judicial Committee supervising the Electoral Commission to process the counting and manual sorting of the results of the parliamentary elections.

The committee member Sadik al-Labban said in a statement to the “Information”, “The failure to 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,” pointing out that “a number of political parties submitted a lot of appeals On the amendment of the election law. “

He added that “the Judicial Committee supervising the Electoral Commission will exercise the process of manual counting and sorting after the Federal Court expressed its opinion on electoral appeals.”

The Legal Committee in the House of Representatives has confirmed, on Sunday, the non-direct counting and manual counting so far by the Judicial Committee supervising the Electoral Commission, indicating that one of the reasons for postponement of direct manual counting is the Eid holiday. End 25 T

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