A Judicial Committee receives the functions of the Electoral Commission in accordance with the instructions of the Supreme Judicial Council

Baghdad A judicial committee consisting of 9 judges began the functions of the Independent Electoral Commission in accordance with the instructions of the Supreme Judicial Council.A source in the Commission told the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) th...

Baghdad A judicial committee consisting of 9 judges began the functions of the Independent Electoral Commission in accordance with the instructions of the Supreme Judicial Council.

A source in the Commission told the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) that the Committee arrived this morning to the headquarters of the Commission, and it will determine the functions of the staff to start counting and sorting by hand.

A high-level judicial committee was transferred last Thursday to the Electoral Commission building, to prepare the work of the judiciary under the Third Amendment Law of the Electoral Law.

"The committee formed by the head of the public prosecutor's office, the head of the Judicial Supervision Authority and one of the judicial supervisors has moved to the electoral commission building in implementation of the order of the president of the Supreme Judicial Council," Judge Abdul Sattar Birqdar, Spokesman of the Supreme Judicial Council, said in a statement.

Berkdar added that "the committee began the procedures entrusted to it by preparing logistical requirements for the judges to carry out the tasks entrusted to them under the Third Amendment Law of the Election Law."

Source: National Iraqi News Agency