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Khazali: Leaks that the Federal Court will ratify the election results tomorrow

On Sunday, the Secretary-General of Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq, Qais Khazali, revealed leaks that the Federal Court will ratify the election results tomorrow.

Khazali said in a statement received by Mawazine News, a copy of it, that the Federal Court is under external pressure and will ratify the election results tomorrow.

Khazali indicated that the US ambassador set December 25 as the date for approving the election results.

Khazali said that if the appeals were not within the jurisdiction of the court, it was supposed to announce them from the first session.

He added, that the first announcement of the election results by the commission exceeds seven million votes, representing about 94 percent of the percentage of electoral stations, and it is strange that the remaining stations are about 12 thousand stations that include more than two million votes, representing 21 percent of the percentage of votes.

Khazali added that the report of the German company proved that the results display device is a dangerous device, which proved the lies of the Electoral Commission and the United Nations representative, and that the election results are invalid.

Al-Khazali went on to say that no one knows what happened in the results display device except God, Blackshart and the hacker Frick.

He pointed out that the isolated electronic and manual data were integrated into the C-C device and then showed on the results device, stressing that according to the report of the German company, the C-C device was not examined and was not included in the contract.

Khazali demanded that the device be examined by specialized Iraqi academic technical experts from the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.

Khazali noted that the evidence presented by the parties objecting to the election results was based on accurate technical observations.  link

Tehran: The frozen Iranian assets in Iraq range from 5 to 7 billion dollars

Head of the Iranian-Iraqi Chamber of Commerce, Yahya Al Ishaq, said today, Saturday, that the process of releasing Iran’s frozen assets in the neighboring country is going smoothly.

Ishaq added, in a statement followed by Mawazine News, that “the majority of Iraq’s dues are related to the energy, electricity and gas sector, while there are no arrears related to the private sector, which receives its dues regarding export goods.”

He added, however, that “some contractors working in the technical, engineering and urban services sector are facing some problems, which are being addressed.”

He added, “The Iraqi side recently announced its readiness to pay all of its debts to Iran, the majority of which pertain to gas sales,” noting that “the frozen Iranian assets in Iraq range from 5 to 7 billion dollars


VinFast delivers first smart electric cars to customers | Vietnam+


Vietnamese automaker VinFast on December 25 delivered its first smart electric cars VF e34 to customers, making Vietnam one of a few countries worldwide mastering electric vehicle production technology.

Nearly 100 cars will be delivered in December, and about 2,000 others in January.

Vinfast said it has received orders for over 25,000 units of the SUV model in the C segment, with respective length, width and height being 4,300mm, 1,768mm and 1,613mm, equipped with an electric motor with a maximum capacity of 110 kW.

The car features a smart virtual voice assistant capable of recognising Vietnamese accents regardless of regions for function control and casual Q&A.

The model uses a 42kWh battery pack, which can travel a distance of 300km after each full charge. In fast charging mode, the car can travel 180km after 15 minutes of charging.

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IRAQ~Supreme Court will dismiss al-Ameri’s complaint to annul the election results, expert foresees

2021-12-25 05:03 Shafaq News/

The expert in Iraqi law, Tariq Harb, expected that the Supreme Federal Court will dismiss the complaint filed by the head of al-Fatah alliance, Hadi al-Ameri, to annul the October 10 election results.

Harb said in a statement to Shafaq News Agency, “the court recently dismissed a complaint filed by the candidate who won a seat in al-Muthanna Basem Khashan and other candidates to demand the reinstatement of dissolved parliament.”

“For this reason, I think that the court will dismiss the complaint filed by al-Ameri to abolish the election results. Its ruling will be unappealable.”

“Afterwards, the court will ratify the election results,” he said.

The Supreme Federal Court will issue on Monday its verdict in the lawsuit al-Fatah alliance had filed to annul the October 10 election results.

A source told Shafaq News Agency that the court will convene on 26/12/2021 to announce its ruling after completing the hearing and trial procedures.

The leader of al-Fatah alliance, Hadi al-Ameri, reiterated his rejecting position in his testimony before the court today.
Pro-Tehran forces, led by al-Fatah alliance, that emerged as the biggest losers in the election reject the outcome of the vote, thrusting the country into uncertainty and political crisis.

The unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud are casting a shadow over an election that was praised by the United States, the U.N. Security Council, and others for being the smoothest in years and without major technical glitches.

The standoff also increased tensions among rival Shiite factions that could reflect on the street and threaten Iraq’s newfound relative stability. However, a recent exchange of visits offered a glimmer of hope for forming a new government.

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