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Final results: Five seats were changed, and there was no effect on the balance of power

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Final results: Five seats were changed, and there was no effect on the balance of power Empty Final results: Five seats were changed, and there was no effect on the balance of power

Post by rocky Wed 01 Dec 2021, 6:21 am

[size=52]Final results: Five seats were changed, and there was no effect on the balance of power[/size]

[size=45]Five changes occurred in the results of the October legislative elections, following the submission of appeals by political entities and parties, and resulted in changes in the number of seats for some parties. The Electoral Commission announced, yesterday evening, the final results of the elections, after reviewing all appeals by the judiciary, as well as after re-counting and manual recounting of thousands of stations, as demanded by the skeptical blocs of the election results.[/size]
[size=45]In light of the new results, the Sadrist movement remained in first place with 73 parliamentary seats out of 329, then independent representatives with 38 seats, followed by an alliance that advanced with 37 seats, and the State of Law alliance came after it with 33 seats.[/size]
[size=45]Then came the Kurdistan Democratic Party with 31 seats, the Kurdistan Alliance (Yekti, Goran) with 18 seats, while the number of seats for the Al-Fateh Alliance became 17, and after that came the Azm Alliance with 14 seats, the New Generation with nine seats, the Extension movement with nine seats, then Ishraqa Kanon With six seats, the Tasmeem Alliance with five, and the National Contract Alliance with four.[/size]
[size=45]The National State Forces Alliance won five seats, and the Christian quota got five seats. The National Masses won four seats, the Decision Movement for Reform with three seats, the Iraqi Turkmen Front with one seat, the Arab Project in Iraq with one seat as well, the Iraqi National Project with one seat as well, and the National Product With one seat, the Euphrates Movement with one seat, Wafaa and Change with one seat, Qitdar Watan with one seat, Wasit Independent People’s Gathering with one seat, National Hopes Alliance with one seat, National Bond also with one seat, National Approach Alliance with one seat, Justice Gathering with one seat, and my country’s National Movement with one seat, And the Rights Movement with a seat, the quota of the Yazidis with a seat, the Sabean-Mandaean quota with a seat, the quota of Shabak with a seat, and the quota of Failis with a seat.[/size]
[size=45]The Commission had announced that the number of voters in the elections amounted to 9,629,606 people, and the percentage of voting was 44 percent.[/size]
[size=45]721,979 votes were canceled, representing 8% of the total number of voters, while the electoral judiciary rejected 6,000 votes from different centers, according to the commission.[/size]
[size=45]The most notable new seat changes included Harim Kamal Agha of the Kurdistan Alliance winning a seat from the third constituency in Erbil, the victory of the Fateh coalition candidate Gharib Askar Naqi for a seat in the second constituency in Kirkuk, and the victory of the candidate Ronzi Ziad Sido of the Kurdistan Alliance for the second constituency in Nineveh, and the victory of the coalition candidate Khaled Al-Obaidi decided to seat. Counting and sorting operations began more than a month ago in thousands of electoral stations in Baghdad, Basra, Nineveh, Erbil, Salah al-Din and Dhi Qar, after the commission received hundreds of appeals and complaints from blocs, parties and candidates objecting to the preliminary results of the elections.[/size]
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