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    Shadow political forces support 60 candidates for the nine component quota seats

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    Shadow political forces support 60 candidates for the nine component quota seats Empty Shadow political forces support 60 candidates for the nine component quota seats

    Post by rocky Tue 17 Aug 2021, 6:59 am

    [size=52]Shadow political forces support 60 candidates for the nine component quota seats[/size]

    [size=45]Baghdad / Tamim Al-Hassan[/size]
    [size=45]More than 60 candidates are competing to fill 9 seats for the "component quota" in the next parliament, including a minister in the current government and 13 former and current deputies.[/size]
    [size=45]The quota seats in the legislative elections are allocated to each of the Christians, the Sabean Mandaeans, the Yazidis, the Shabak, and recently a seat was added to the Faili Kurds.[/size]
    [size=45]Christians get the largest share in the "quota" with 5 seats, while the rest get one seat for each component. The components are running in the elections to obtain a quota within 9 alliances, one of which is led by a minister in Kurdistan, and parties with a number of individual candidacies.[/size]
    [size=45]christian seats[/size]
    [size=45]Christians represent 6 streams, in addition to the individual candidacies, as 33 candidates compete for the 5 seats of the component.[/size]
    [size=45]The most prominent Christian parties are: The Assyrian Democratic Movement headed by MP Yonadam Kanna, who did not run for elections.[/size]
    [size=45]The Chaldean Syriac Assyrian People's Council headed by Jamil Zito. The Council has one representative for the “quota” in Kirkuk in the 2018 elections, in addition to the Hammurabi coalition headed by Anu Jawhar Abdul Masih, Minister of Transport in the Kurdistan government. The coalition consists of 3 factions: the Chaldean National Council, the Chaldean Democratic Union, the Assyrian Gathering Movement, in addition to the Babylon Movement headed by Rayan al-Kildani, a leader in the Popular Mobilization and close to the Badr Organization led by Hadi al-Amiri, who was included in 2019 by US sanctions due to a violation of human rights.[/size]
    [size=45]Babylon won two seats allocated to the “Christian quota” in the 2018 elections, in Baghdad and Nineveh, and it also has a minister in the government.[/size]
    [size=45]The "Christian Quota" is also represented by the Beth Nahrain Union headed by Youssef Yaqoub Matti, and the Assyrian National Party headed by the current deputy and candidate Emmanuel Khoshaba. Christians seats are distributed over five governorates: Baghdad, Erbil, Dohuk, Kirkuk, and Nineveh, with one seat in each governorate.[/size]
    [size=45]In Baghdad, there are 9 candidates, most notably the Minister of Immigration Evan Yaqoub from Babylon, and 8 in Erbil, most notably former MP Joseph Sliwa from Beth Nahrain, and former MP Raed Ishaq from the People's Assembly.[/size]
    [size=45]In addition to Raghad Youssef from Babylon, who was a candidate for the Ministry of Immigration in the government of the former prime minister-designate following the resignation of Adel Abdul-Mahdi, Muhammad Allawi. Against 6 candidates in Dohuk, and 5 in Kirkuk, the most prominent of them are: the former MP and Parliament rapporteur Imad Youkhana from the Democratic Movement, and the current MP Emmanuel Khoshaba, who won for Dohuk in the 2018 elections.[/size]
    [size=45]Finally, in Nineveh, 6 candidates are competing for the seat, the most prominent of whom is the current representative of Babylon, Aswan Al-Kadani, brother of the bloc's leader, Rayan Al-Kildani. In the last elections, the “Christian quota” seats went to Burhan al-Din Elias in Baghdad for the Babylon movement, and at that time he obtained 941 votes, which was later awarded to Representative Yonadam Kanna.[/size]
    [size=45]and Rehan Hanna Ayoub, from the Chaldean Syriac Assyrian People's Council in Kirkuk, and won 5,458 votes.[/size]
    [size=45]In Dohuk, Emmanuel Khoshaba from the Al-Rafidain Alliance, 917 votes, Hoshyar Qardagh from Erbil, within the Chaldean Alliance, and received 5,152 votes. In addition to Aswan Al-Kildani in Nineveh Governorate, who represented the Babylon movement, who collected 19,955 votes.[/size]
    [size=45]Yazidi parties[/size]
    [size=45]As for the only Yazidi seat in Parliament, it is within the Nineveh Governorate seats, and 7 candidates representing 3 parties are competing for it in addition to individual nominations. The competing Yazidi parties are: The Yazidi Movement for Reform and Progress headed by former MP Haji Kandour Smou, which is believed to be a movement close to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK)).[/size]
    [size=45]And the Yezidi Democratic Party headed by Haidar Shesho, who is the commander of the Yezidikhan Protection Forces, one of the armed formations inside Sinjar, north of Mosul, in addition to the Yezidi Progress Party headed by Saeed Batush, which is believed to be also close to the PKK.”[/size]
    [size=45]The most prominent candidates for the "Yazidi quota" are the current deputy, Saeb Khader, who won the seat in 2018, and is close to the Badr Organization, and the former deputy, Ayman Farhan Jeju, and the two compete in the individual nominations.[/size]
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    [size=45]The Shabak also has one seat in Nineveh, and 7 candidates are competing for it, the most prominent of whom is the holder of the seat in the 2018 elections, MP Qusay Abbas, who is close to the Fatah coalition led by Hadi al-Amiri, and the leader of the Shabak Brigade (Brigade 30) in the Nineveh Plains, Waad Qaddo. Al-Qaddo was accused by parties in Kurdistan of being responsible for the bombing of Erbil airport last year, and as a result the government issued a decision to end his assignment from the leadership of the brigade of the Popular Mobilization.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Qaddo was also included in 2019 by US sanctions due to human rights violations in Mosul and corruption cases. The latter is the brother of the former representative of the Badr Organization, Hanin Qaddo, who died last year as a result of complications from the Corona virus.[/size]
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    [size=45]As for the seat of the Faili Kurds, it was added in the 2018 elections within the seats of Wasit Governorate, and 10 candidates are competing for it.[/size]
    [size=45]The most prominent candidates are the current MP, Mazen Al-Faili, and the current MP, Aras Habib, who won last year with the victory coalition among the public seats.[/size]
    [size=45]Sabean chair[/size]
    [size=45]The last seat is reserved for Sabean-Mandaeans within the Baghdad governorate seats, and 8 candidates are competing for the seat. The most prominent contenders are former MP Harith Al-Harthy, former MP Nawfal Al-Nasheh, and former member of the Baghdad Provincial Council, Raad Jabbar.[/size]
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