Complaints have to be acknowledged, in so far as candidates must sign their declarations, before results can be counted, so if you have an outstanding complaint you want to be addressed then I suggest you tell the other candidates for the position concerned.
Oliver, I think perhaps Agenda Item 12 of Thursday's Council Meeting may be in response to your complaint.
Unfortunately, while listed on the agenda, the item is not yet available to read (how unusual...) but as Thursday is after the proposed announcement of results this suggests that the interpretation is that there are not grounds for complaint, although I'm not sure where this would leave the election if results are announced on the grounds of such a constitutional interpretation and then Council choose not to accept that interpretation.
Item 12 certainly relates to my complaint. However there were other issues over and above any interpretation in relation to that, which are of relevance. Even if the outcome of #12 would mean that the results should stand, these other issues may have some effect.