Iraq's Independent High Electoral Commission decides to manually recount 234 polling stations.
The Higher Committee for protests urges the Iraqi government to use a manual counting and sorting mechanism in future elections.
Popular actions in several Iraqi governorates protested the parliamentary elections' results. Protests are expanding gradually according to Al-Mayadeen's reporter.
Popular movements have blocked several roads in Iraq to protest the results of the elections.
The Director of Operations at the Iraqi Independent High Electoral Commission announces that the stations that the manual recounting of 140 electronic voting machines will end within a week.
The votes of 3,100 electoral stations have been manually counted, to be added to the announced results.
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi visited the headquarters of the Joint Operations Command (JOC) to monitor measures taken to secure the ballot boxes.