Suhail: Comprehensive Manual Counting And Sorting Is A Waste Of Effort And Money

Baghdad, A member of the House of Representatives Hisham al-Suhail considered the demands of some of comprehensive counting and storing a waste of effort and money without benefit.

He told the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) that "the partial manual counting and sorting and complained of only directed by Commission is a correct procedure because certainly it is not possible to conduct a comprehensive manual counting and sorting for all of Iraq."

Al-Suhail added, "There were centers where there are no complaints. Why should we spend an effort and money without interest on the judicial body supervising the Commission and focusing on the centers that have suspicions and complaints in order to complete this process and enter the timing of the new parliamentary session and form the next government."

The manual process of counting and sorting began yesterday in Kirkuk, and showed some results are clearly different from what was previously announced after electronic counting and sorting.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency