Iraq: Al-Fatah Alliance Rejects "Fabricated Results"

The head of the Al-Fatah Alliance Hadi al-Amiri says, "We do not accept these fabricated results."

  • The Coordination Framework announces it will challenge the results of the parliamentary elections
    The Coordination Framework announces it will challenge the results of the parliamentary elections

Hadi al-Amiri, Head of the al-Fatah Alliance in Iraq, said: "We do not accept these fabricated results, whatever the price," adding, "We will defend the votes of our candidates and voters with all strength."

The Coordination Framework, which includes a number of electoral blocs, most notably the Law bloc, al-Fatah bloc, and the National Contract bloc, announced in a statement that it will challenge the results of the parliamentary elections.

The statement stressed pursuing all available measures to prevent voter tampering, pointing that technical issues and remarks were submitted to the Electoral Commission, which pledged to address all these problems, yet it did not adhere to the legal procedures.

Al-Fatah Alliance holds the government responsible

In his turn, Abu Ali al-Askari, a security official of the Iraqi Kata'ib Hezbollah said in a statement that what happened in the results of the legislative elections represents the biggest fraud and deception against the Iraqi people in modern history.

In an interview for Al Mayadeen, an al-Fatah Alliance official, Abu Mithaq al-Masari, held the government authorities responsible for depriving the fighters of the Popular Mobilization Forces of their right to vote, which was largely reflected on the electoral results.