Start counting and counting electoral votes manually in Kurdistan
The Iraqi Judicial Council, in cooperation with the members of the Commission in the branches, began the process of counting and sorting the votes of the legislative elections held on 12 May manually.
Abdul Qadir said in a press statement that “the procedures are not completely clear so far, because the Supreme Judicial Council is the executive branch,” noting that “representatives of entities and political parties and observers will attend the process of counting and counting of votes manually in the province of Kurdistan.”
The Supreme Federal Court has approved on Thursday the constitutionality of all the articles of the Third Amendment Law of the Electoral Law, which was legislated by the House of Representatives on June 6, and rejected Article III of the abolition of the votes of voters abroad and displaced and the movement of population in four provinces and the special vote in the Kurdistan Region. Source