Security official: the disappearance of UNHCR warehouse guards after burning yesterday

2018/6/11 11:33


(Baghdad: Al Furat News) Revealed a security official in the Interior Ministry, the disappearance of the guards of the warehouses of the Electoral Commission, which saw on Sunday a fire on the side of Rusafa east of the capital Baghdad.
"The guards of the stores have disappeared and are being searched for, there are also visible acts of violence on the outer doors of storesthat show that they were opened with iron hammers or any other machine and the place was breached and the fire started," the official Al-Arabi newspaper, .
He pointed out that a large number of funds burned and can not know at the present time but the number of them were saved quite a few of them also by the civil defense and local residents of nearby houses on the stores contributed to the rescue, "stressing that" many boxes did not burn but destroyed by water "
The warehouses of the Electoral Commission in the Rusafa side was exposed on Sunday, a huge fire while Interior Ministry spokesman Major General Saad Maan said that the stores containing the ballot boxes were not burned, adding that" the investigation is underway. "The
Minister of Interior , Qasim Araji, the safety of ballot boxes and that " "
The Baghdad Operations Command confirmed that the fire did not reach any ballot box and reached the counting devices and accelerate the results only," noting that "the responsibility of the security forces are limited to protect the outer wall only to the storage centers of the Office and have no Work within the warehouses that are the competence of the Commission. "
For its part, the Electoral Commission revealed that "the fire included all the hardware acceleration of the results and electronic verification devices of the Office of elections in Baghdad, Rusafa," stressing that "the fire does not affect the election results."
While Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi coincided with the fire with the day that the gangs occupied the terrorist city of Mosul, "a plot to strike the country and its democratic approach."
Abadi ordered all the operations leaders in the provinces to tighten the security procedures for the warehouses of the Commission and increase the quotas allocated to protect them