Muqtada al-Sadr comments on the final results in three words
"Thank you to the Electoral Commission," Al-Sadr said in a very brief tweet on Twitter.
Earlier on Tuesday, the commission announced the final results of the early legislative elections, which were led by the Sadrist bloc with 73 seats, while the "Progress" coalition led by Muhammad al-Halbousi won 37 seats, and the State of Law coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki won 33 seats.
The Kurdistan Democratic Party came fourth with 31 seats, while the Al-Fateh Alliance led by the Secretary-General of Badr Organization Hadi Al-Amiri came fifth, with 17 seats, and the Kurdistan Alliance came sixth with 17 seats, with a difference in the number of votes between it and the Al-Fateh Alliance.
The "Azm" coalition won 14 seats, the Extension Alliance won 9 seats, and the New Generation Movement got 9 seats, while the "Canon Sunrise" got 5 seats, the National Contract got 4 seats, the state forces also 4, and the masses of our identity 3 seats, and the movement Three seats were also settled for Islah, the Iraq Turkmen Front one seat, while 16 political parties won one seat each, in addition to the independents winning 43 seats.
The Sadrist movement is seeking to form a majority government, not a consensual one, for the first time since 2005, but its efforts are being rejected by other Shiite forces that have lost many of their seats and reject the election results.
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