Kurdistan Independent High Electoral and Referendum Commission meets to decide whether or not to adopt an electronic voting system

Kurdistan Independent High Electoral and Referendum Commission meets to decide whether or not to adopt an electronic voting system

WAAR-DUHOK:

 

Kurdistan Independent High Electoral and Referendum Commission is meeting on Thursday to decide whether or not to stick to the electronic voting system in the Region’s September 30 parliamentary election after faults with the devices raised concerns over fraud.
Ismael Khurmali, head of the committee’s decision-making body, told reporters the commissioners’ council is meeting in Erbil on Thursday morning to discuss the matter.

The call for reviewing the viability of the electronic system came after some Kurdish parties raised concerns about the outcome of Iraq’s May 12 parliamentary election, where ballots were cast and counted electronically.

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