[size=36]Across Iraq.. Learn about the electoral districts and the number of their candidates[/size]
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The general voting process for the early parliamentary elections is scheduled to start tomorrow, Sunday, the 10th of October 2021.
In contrast to the electoral systems previously in force, according to which the four different parliamentary elections were organized in Iraq, from 2006 to 2018, the The new multiple electoral district system, which was adopted in accordance with the Iraqi Elections Law No. 9 of 2020, divided Iraq into 83 electoral districts, distributed among the number of governorates and according to their population proportions, and according to the single-vote system in which the voter votes for only one candidate.
The capital, Baghdad, was divided into 17 electoral districts, with 71 deputies winning, while Nineveh was divided into 8 constituencies, with 34 deputies winning, and Umm Basra, comprising 6 electoral districts, winning 25 deputies.
The electoral districts in Dhi Qar governorate are 5 districts, 19 deputies win, while Babel will include 4 districts designated for 17 deputies, while Anbar includes 4 electoral districts and 15 deputies win.
In Diyala, 4 electoral districts will be won by 14 deputies, and Kirkuk will have 3 constituencies for 13 deputies, and Najaf will have 3 districts also allocated to 12 deputies.
The number of electoral districts in Salah al-Din and Wasit governorates is 3 each, with 12 deputies winning each, as well as 3 districts for each of Karbala and Diwaniyah governorates, each with 11 deputies, while Maysan governorate will have the same number of districts and 10 deputies.
As for Muthanna, it will be two constituencies, winning 7 deputies, and in Sulaymaniyah in the Kurdistan region, there will be 5 constituencies, winning 18 deputies, while in Erbil, there will be 4 constituencies, winning 16 deputies, and in Dohuk 3 constituencies, winning 12 deputies. Ended 29/A 4