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    The Commission approves 27 alliances of 143 parties to contest the elections

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    The Commission approves 27 alliances of 143 parties to contest the elections Empty The Commission approves 27 alliances of 143 parties to contest the elections

    Post by Rocky Wed 17 Jan 2018, 1:52 am

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    The Commission approves 27 alliances of 143 parties to contest the elections


     Baghdad / Range 

    The Electoral Commission announced on Tuesday that the number of alliances ratified by 27 alliances, while the number of parties belonging to those alliances 143 political parties.
    "The number of electoral alliances approved has reached (27) electoral alliances," the head of the electoral administration, Riad al-Badran, said in a statement received by Al-Mada. "The number of parties in these alliances reached (143) political parties." 
    Badran added that "parties that did not enter the electoral alliances can participate in the elections individually," calling on the political parties and alliances to "submit lists of candidates for the Commission within the specified period that began on the fourth of January and ends on the tenth of February next."
    The Alliance of Victory, headed by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, included 29 parties, namely, the Renaissance and Peace Iraq, the Virtue Party, the Independent Bloc, the Turkoman Civil Rights Party, the Islamic Union of Iraqi Turkmen, the Tagammu Group, the Victory and Reform Bloc, the Stability Bloc, And the National Unity Party, and gathered the voice of the masses, and the gathering of the good people of Iraq, the Iraqi people, And the stream National wisdom, and the organization of the interior, and the party of the Iraqi development, the rebels gathered the uprising, and the stream of the first martyr, gathered the new Iraq, and the current national righteous.
    The Fatah Alliance, led by Badr Organization Secretary General Hadi al-Amiri, withdrew from the Abadi coalition. Al-Amiri's office said in a statement received yesterday that "the withdrawal of the Fatah alliance from the Al-Nasr alliance came for technical reasons, not as rumored in the media and trolls with turbid water." He came to disagreements with the prime minister about the conditions for running for prime minister. 
    "The historic secretariat that the prime minister did not discuss this issue at all during the negotiations not soon or far away, and will remain with our brother Prime Minister brotherhood sincere, and we are ready to ally with him after the elections." The leader of the Badr Organization that "the call of Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, Mr. Moqtada al-Sadr and Nouri al-Maliki to this alliance was in agreement with the Prime Minister What is rumored that the alliance of conquest required the Prime Minister not to share the alliance of Mr. Hakim and Mr. Sadr in this alliance are only lies that have no basis of the health".
    "We are involved in our change project in the service of this people with open hearts and hands extended to all the faithful who participate in building the nation," he concluded. 
    In the meantime, Vice President Osama Najafi announced the presidency of the coalition of the Iraqi decision, which includes 11 parties. The coalition said in a statement received by Al-Mada that it includes "eleven parties, a party of Iraq united / Osama Abdulaziz Nujaifi, the Arab project in Iraq / Khamis Al-Khanjar, the national future Salman Jumaili, National Party of Appeal / Hazem Hamid Hamad, Nahdha Youth Party / Ibrahim Mohammed Saeed, Al Haq National Party / Mr. Ahmed Al Masari, And the Salahuddin Union Party / Ahmed Mashhadani. "





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