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The United Nations official, Craig Jenness, said at a news conference organized by the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq that his U.N. led international election assistance team found the elections to be fair. "The United Nations is of the view that these elections were transparent and credible, and there's no need to repeat the process."
Despite all activities and chantages by the terrorist group of MKO in order to disrupt the election process in Iraq, world community verified this election and accepted the victory of Iraqi people. The United Nations official, Craig Jenness, said at a news conference organized by the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq that his U.N. led international election assistance team found the elections to be fair. "The United Nations is of the view that these elections were transparent and credible, and there's no need to repeat the process." The head of Iraq Election Commission also released a statement criticizing insulting comments and accusations made by political groups against the electoral commission. "There were a lot of insults from political groups and movement as well as nationalist forces, while we expected them to stand beside us." Some Sunni groups, with Ayad Allawi's list at the top, accused Iraqi Election Commission of backing Shiites' coalition list and asked the UN and Arab Union to investigate the results of the elections. The coalition of Baathists-MKO was behind many of activities in this regard to disrupt political scene of Iraq and create a civil war.

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