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    Newspaper policy highlights Abadi, Sadr and the two Kurdish parties in the preliminary results

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    Newspaper policy highlights Abadi, Sadr and the two Kurdish parties in the preliminary results Empty Newspaper policy highlights Abadi, Sadr and the two Kurdish parties in the preliminary results

    Post by Rocky Sun 13 May 2018, 2:31 am

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    The victory coalition led by Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi produces the initial unconfirmed results of the general vote held in Iraq, followed by a list of others led by Moqtada al-Sadr.
    While the first elections were considered at the level of ensuring that no major security breaches were recorded, they were considered the lowest level of participation, according to Al-Hayat.
    The preliminary results of the elections showed the progress of the Abadi coalition on the level of the various electoral lists. The results of the elections were significant in the governorates of Nineveh, Salah al-Din and Anbar, while the list of «Suron» led by Sadr in the cities of the Shiite south, and rival lists «coalition rule of law» led by Nuri al-Maliki, «Fath» led by Hadi Amiri.
    Washington praised the Iraqi elections and called for the formation of an "inclusive government".
    Kordia, the new generation's list of other political blocs, such as change and justice movement of Barham Saleh in Erbil and Kirkuk, was recorded as a surprise, while the two main parties maintained their position in the lead.
    The electoral process in Iraq was considered the safest compared to previous years, according to the Iraqi Interior Ministry, while the Baghdad Operations Command said that the security plan to protect the polling stations was successful, and did not record any security breaches in Baghdad.
    The political and media circles were preoccupied with monitoring the lack of turnout in polling stations in different Iraqi cities, where voter turnout is expected to not exceed 40 percent, compared with the 2014 elections, which reached 60 percent.
    He explained the low participation rates with many problems in the voting procedures, and the failure of electronic auditing, in addition to the general frustration of the repetition of the traditional political forces themselves.
    However, the outskirts of cities and their suburbs experienced high participation rates compared to the centers of cities where participation declined.
    In turn, witnessed the provinces of the Kurdistan Region for the first time a decline in participation rates, while the camps for displaced people in the region complaints of the inability of a large number of them to cast their votes because of technical errors in the lists of voters.



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