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Update on the electoral blocs and alliances

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Update on the electoral blocs and alliances

Post by rocky on Fri 12 Jan 2018, 2:39 pm

Update on the electoral blocs and alliances
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Baghdad / Sky Press

Political alliances and electoral blocs continue to occupy the media and popular circles for the latest developments.

According to our sources, electoral alliances according to the latest developments are:

- Alliance for reformers (Party of integrity for the Sadrists, with the civilians close to him, and other parties and forces). 
- Alliance of state law (8 forces) (Nuri al-Maliki, preachers, uprising and change, the center and the civil party ..............). 
- Alliance of victory and reform (Haider Abadi, with an independent bloc, and forces representing the volunteers of the crowd, and forces and personalities in several provinces, such as former Minister of Defense Khalid al-Obeidi in Mosul, and small groups and independent figures). And promotes the support of the senior leader of the Dawa Party, Abdul Halim Zuhairi of the alliance Abadi. 
- Coalition of the conquest (15 parties) (Hadi Amiri - Badr, Asaib Ahl al - Haq, the Supreme Council, the Brigades of the stream of righteousness of Hezbollah, and other forces join the crowd) 
- the alliance of Iyad Allawi and Salim Jubouri and Saleh Mutlaq, tribal leaders in Nineveh and Anbar and power and other personalities.
- Alliance of Osama Nujaifi and Khamis Khanjar and Salman Jumaili (seven parties) and with them political figures such as Al-Ani and tribal in the Sunni provinces. 
- the wisdom alliance led by Ammar al-Hakim, and the map of his alliances is not yet clear. 
- Alliance of Change Movement, the Islamic Group, and the Alliance for Democracy and Justice led by Barham Salih, in Kirkuk. 
- Turkmen alliance in one list headed by the head of the Turkmen Front Arshad Salhi. 
Arab coalition of forces in one list in Kirkuk (Arab alliance in Kirkuk). 
- An alliance led by Karbala, which is centered in Anbar.


The sources also confirmed that the alliance of conquest (forces of the crowd) with the victory (Haider Abadi) has not yet resolved for technical and political factors. 
She added that the Democratic parties and the National Union failed to agree to enter into an alliance even in Kirkuk, despite their previous declaration of the importance of that agreement, because of the continuing differences between them and the accusations of failure and treason.





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