Leader of Iraqi Al-Fateh Alliance stressed that the early parliamentary elections would solve Iraq's political tension and expressed hope that the early elections would be held in full transparency away from fraud.

Iran Press/Middle East: On Saturday in a press conference, The leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi Al-Amiri said that the Independent High Electoral Commission of Iraq was not ready to conduct the past parliamentary elections.

 Al-Amiri said: "We believed that early elections would be one of the main stations of the political process when confidence can be restored after the popular demonstrations that started in 2019".

"On the seventh of last August in the government palace, a meeting was held headed by the prime minister and in the presence of all the leaders of the Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish blocs, as well as the special representative of the United Nations. We revealed our fears of electoral fraud," Al-Amiri said.

He stressed that "the Electoral Commission report proved that legal violations exist and that the Commission said when announcing the election results that it represented 95% of the polling stations, after which it turned out that it represented only 79%."


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