Postponement of the biometric update in Mosul to accelerate the distribution of electronic cards to voters


The Electoral Commission decided to continue the distribution of electronic voter card in the city of Mosul and postpone the process of registration Biometric.

“The Electoral Commission has decided to continue to distribute electronic voter cards in Mosul and to postpone the process of biometric registration,” said a member of the Commission of Commissioners spokesman Karim al-Tamimi in a press statement received by the agency All Iraq.

Tamimi added that “the receipt of the card in turn will be through the head of the family only,” pointing out that “this action of the Commission comes in order to facilitate the procedures of receipt of electronic voter card and increase the pace of work to distribute the largest possible number of voters in order to participate in the upcoming parliamentary elections.”

Source: AIN

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