A leading member in the Kurdistan Islamic Union said that the position of the United Nations on the rigging of the last parliamentary elections is too late.
"It was on the UN to intervene and announce its position on the results of the elections and the rigging in its time," said the official of the Kurdistan Islamic Union's electoral institution, Kassem Galali. "The demands of parties to boycott of manual counting in the name of transparency is very late.
He criticized the mechanism of counting votes, noting the lack of a role for observers of political parties.
It is noteworthy that a number of Kurdish political parties boycotted the counting process manually in the city of Sulaymaniyah.