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Al-Halbousi coalition controls Karkh and the Sadrists win a seat in Al-Mansur and the Baghdad belt

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Al-Halbousi coalition controls Karkh and the Sadrists win a seat in Al-Mansur and the Baghdad belt Empty Al-Halbousi coalition controls Karkh and the Sadrists win a seat in Al-Mansur and the Baghdad belt

Post by rocky Thu 14 Oct 2021, 7:15 am

[size=52]Al-Halbousi coalition controls Karkh and the Sadrists win a seat in Al-Mansur and the Baghdad belt[/size]

[size=45]Baghdad / Tamim Al-Hassan[/size]
[size=45]More than 10 deputies returned to Parliament after announcing the preliminary results in the Karkh districts in the capital, Baghdad, while about 430 candidates lost in those districts, including a former minister and in charge of forming the government after the October protests.[/size]
[size=45]The "Progress" coalition topped the results in Karkh, while a female representative from the State of Law achieved the highest votes, in addition to a remarkable victory for the Sadrist movement in a complex in Al-Mansour.[/size]
[size=45]And won the "progress" 10 seats and may ascend to 11 with not deciding the seat "quota" for women in one of the constituencies, compared to 6 for the Sadrists, and 4 for the rule of law. In Karkh districts, 3 seats were registered for individual candidates, while an armed faction won the first seat in Baghdad.[/size]
[size=45]And the Electoral Commission announced that the consideration of the appeals and the announcement of the final results of the poll that took place last Sunday, will be after 20 days. The commission said yesterday, after a wave of objections to the results, that the counting operations had given the “State of Law” and “Al-Fateh Alliance” new seats, stressing that the results announced so far are not final.[/size]
[size=45]As a result, the votes obtained by Representative Alia Nassif for the rule of law in the 11th district of Karkh Baghdad, which is the Kadhimiya district, escalated to more than 20 thousand votes. Nassif had obtained in the preliminary results more than 17 thousand votes, thus being the highest voice of women in Baghdad and second to all candidates after Hakim al-Zamili of the Sadrist movement.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Kadhimiya district is the first district in Karkh out of 7 districts west of the Tigris River, and 30 seats were allocated to it, including 7 for women. The number of candidates in Karkh reached 459, 67 of them were in the Kadhimiya district, in which 61 candidates lost.[/size]
[size=45]top voices[/size]
[size=45]In this constituency, the Sadrist bloc affiliated with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, won two seats, the first of which went to Mahdi al-Khikani, who collected 12,000 votes, and the second to Nasreen Hadi with 7,000 votes. And each of the Sadrist winners, the votes they got increased by 1,000 votes for each candidate after the new recount announced by the Commission. The same is true with Taqi al-Farajallah, a candidate for the Ishraqa Kanon party for Kadhimiya, which won 8 votes after it was 7,000 votes. And Ashraqa Kannon is participating for the first time in the legislative elections, and this is the horror of the party's first seat in Baghdad.[/size]
[size=45]Canon candidates presented themselves as independents, while rumors chased after them that the party was affiliated with the leader of the Al-Hikma Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, or the crowd close to Najaf known as the “Attabat Mobilization.”[/size]
[size=45]As for the last seat in the Kadhimiya constituency, to which 5 seats were allocated, it went to the individual candidate Hassanein Al-Khafaji, whose votes also increased after the new counting and sorting from 7 to 8 thousand votes.[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand, this department witnessed losses of well-known political figures, including the former leader of the Sadrist movement and the former Deputy Prime Minister Baha al-Araji, who received only 2,000 votes. The former commissioner to form the government after the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi and former Minister Muhammad Allawi also received a big loss in the Kadhimiya district, after he received only 1 vote. Allawi had formed a new party to contest the early legislative elections under the name "Saviors", while the party did not get any seat in Baghdad. The activist and head of the Nazl-e-Haqqi party, one of Tishreen's currents, also lost the elections after obtaining more than 3,000 votes.[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand, 3 deputies lost: Hana Turki for “Independents” affiliated with former Deputy Prime Minister Hussein al-Shahristani, Hamad al-Yasiri, head of the Civil Party, and Haider al-Fawadi for the National Contract led by PMF chief Faleh al-Fayyad.[/size]
[size=45]The conflict in Mansour[/size]
[size=45]As for the second district in the Karkh districts, which is District No. 12, known as the Mansour district, it was remarkable that the Sadrist movement obtained a seat in it.[/size]
[size=45]This department includes the areas of Al-Mansour, Yarmouk, Al-Amiriya, and Al-Jamaa neighborhood, which are predominantly Sunni, and witnessed fierce competition between the alliances “Progress” and “Azm”.[/size]
[size=45]“Taqaddam” led by the dissolved Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi succeeded in reserving a seat in this constituency, and went to Gandhi al-Kasanzani, who is the brother of the former Minister of Commerce and wanted by justice Malas al-Kasanzani. Al-Kasanzani won more than 7,000 votes after his votes increased by 100 votes in the last counting, while Azm did not succeed in obtaining any seat, despite leaks about his standing behind the exclusion of one of the most prominent candidates from the constituency, the former MP Haider Al-Mulla.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Mulla had failed two days before - the day of the vote - to return to the competition after being expelled by a decision of the judiciary, but despite that, according to the lists of results, he got about 400 votes. On the other hand, his opponent, who is believed to be behind the lawsuit, despite the latter's denial, suffered a great loss, as he received less than 4,000 votes.[/size]
[size=45]In this constituency, Ali al-Moussawi, from the State of Law, won more than 6,000 votes after adding 1,000 new votes, and Ali al-Saadi, an individual candidate, won more than 5,000 votes after adding 1,000 votes as well.[/size]
[size=45]In addition to the deputy in the last session, Hussein Arab, who ran in the elections alone, although he was the head of the Erada bloc of former MP Hanan Al-Fatlawi, and obtained more than 4,000 votes after adding 1,000 new votes.[/size]
[size=45]As for the last seat in the five seats allocated to Mansour's constituency, it went to Shaima Jaafar, a candidate from the Sadrist movement. In Constituency 12, 88 candidates out of 93 contestants lost, including the deputy in the last session and the head of the Finance Committee, Haitham al-Jubouri.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Jubouri decided this time to enter the elections away from his previous district in Babylon, but he obtained less than 3,000 votes. Also, the former MP Sabah Al-Tamimi lost after receiving less than 3,000 votes, and the former MP and head of the Sunni Endowment for the Azm Othman Al-Juhaishi alliance.[/size]
[size=45]The daughter of the former prime minister and leader of the National Coalition, Sarah Iyad Allawi, did not win a seat, as she collected less than 3,000 votes.[/size]
[size=45]As for the two biggest losses in the constituency, actress Asia Kamal, who collected only 48 votes, was a candidate for the Awareness Movement, affiliated with the former leader of the Wisdom Movement, Salah al-Arbawi, whose party did not obtain any seat in Baghdad.[/size]
[size=45]Published "Advance"[/size]
[size=45]To that, the “Progress” coalition topped the results in the “Abu Ghraib” constituency, which is the 13th district in Karkh, and won 3 out of 4 seats. The three seats that came forward went to MP Talal Al-Zoba’i, MP Karim Albu Souda, and the new candidate, Sana Al-Lahbi.[/size]
[size=45]But the seat that got the most votes in the constituency was the share of former Baghdad Provincial Council member Muhammad al-Qaisi from the "Azm" alliance, and he won more than 8,000 votes. On the other hand, 61 candidates out of 65 who applied to compete lost, including the former MP Talal Hussein Al-Zobaie, who ran for the rule of law, and the former leader in the state of law Hisham Al-Suhail.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Suhail was nominated this time for the Alliance of Forces, led by Ammar al-Hakim, and obtained less than 3,000 votes.[/size]
[size=45]He also lost the competition in the "Abu Ghraib" constituency, the Sunni MP and leader Ahmed Al-Masari for progress after collecting less than 4,000 votes.[/size]
[size=45]He also made progress in the fourth district in Karkh, which is the 14th district of Dora and Sidiya, southwest of the capital, with 3 seats out of 5. Representative Wahdat al-Jumaili achieved the highest votes in the district with more than 8,000 votes, while Sardi al-Boumhi came in second place. about the rule of law.[/size]
[size=45]The last two seats went to the representative of the progress of Yahya Al-Ithawi, the spokesman for Taqaddam, and the former MP, Abdul Karim Abtan. This constituency witnessed remarkable losses for 70 out of 75 candidates, including the Minister of Youth and Sports, Adnan Darjal, who achieved less than 3,000 votes.[/size]
[size=45]Baligh Abu Kell, a leader in the Al-Hikma Movement, also lost the contest in the 14th district, after he received a little more than 1,000 votes.[/size]
[size=45]As for the biggest loser in the constituency, he is the nephew of Nuri al-Maliki, head of the State of Law coalition, Subhi al-Maliki, who had won previous sessions for the province of Babil.[/size]
[size=45]A seat for "Hezbollah"[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand, Al-Bayaa constituency, which is the 15th constituency, achieved a surprise after a candidate for the Hezbollah Brigades, known as the “Huqooq Movement,” won one out of four seats.[/size]
[size=45]Hussein al-Amiri obtained more than 4,000 votes, and is the only seat of the battalions in Baghdad after the loss of the party leader and Shura member of the battalions, Hussein Munis, in Rusafa. As for the first place in the constituency, it went to the Sadrist bloc, and the bloc's candidate, Haider al-Amiri, got about 10,000 votes. In second place was Laila Al-Tamimi from the rule of law, and the last seat went to Suhaila Najm, from the Al-Fateh Alliance led by Hadi Al-Amiri, who is the only seat of the coalition in Karkh and the second in Baghdad. He had lost the competition in the Al-Bayaa constituency, 51 candidates, out of 54 names that applied to compete in the constituency that includes the areas of Al-Bayaa and the Jihad neighborhood.[/size]
[size=45]Baghdad belts[/size]
[size=45]In addition, the “Progress” and “Azm” coalition shared seats in the penultimate constituency in Karkh, along with a list affiliated with former MP Ahmed al-Jubouri, known as “Abu Mazen.” Constituency 16 or Al-Taji district, in which MP Laith Al-Dulaimi won first place and achieved more than 16,000 votes. He is the second largest voter in Baghdad after Alia Nassif. As for the second seat out of the four seats allocated to Taji, it went to Azm's candidate, MP and former Parliament Speaker Mahmoud al-Mashhadani, and he got about 10,000 votes.[/size]
[size=45]The last seat was owned by "Abu Mazen", a coalition of the masses, and went to MP Ahmad al-Mashhadani, but the coalition is threatened with losing the seat in favor of a "quota" for women, which has not yet been decided. Sarah Al-Dulaimi, from the Progress Alliance, won the highest votes among women in the 16th district, which may increase the number of seats offered in Taji to two.[/size]
[size=45]As for the last district in Karkh, which is District No. 17, which represents the southern belt of Baghdad in the areas of Mahmudiyah and Nahia al-Rasheed, it was also remarkable that the Sadrist movement won one of the four seats.[/size]
[size=45]And dominated the progress on the seats after winning two, they went to Mahmoud Al-Obeidi (more than 7 thousand votes) and Hamid Al-Kargoli, and the Sadrist seat to Salem Al-Azzawi, and the latter to the deputy Zaitoun Al-Dulaimi.[/size]
[size=45]In this constituency, for which 65 names were nominated, he lost 61 candidates, most notably the MP and leader in the National Coalition, Hassan Shwerd, after he got less than 5,000 votes.[/size]
[size=45]The biggest loser in the constituency is the governor of Baghdad from State of Law, Muhammad Jaber Atta, who got 690 votes.[/size]
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