The Commission sets the date for sending the names of the winners of the seats in the House of Repre
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The Independent High Electoral Commission has set, today, Wednesday, the date for sending the names of the winners of the seats in the House of Representatives to the Federal Court for approval, while noting that all complaints submitted to the Federal Court are related to technical issues.
A member of the media team of the Commission, Imad Jamil, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The names of the winners of the House of Representatives seats will be sent today to the Federal Court for approval," noting that "there is no specific time period for the approval of the submitted appeals."
He added, "The complaints submitted to the Federal Court are about the coordination framework and the examining company, about the delay in results, and about tapes of stations, as well as invalid papers and equipment failure, all of which are technical issues."
He continued, "There are other appeals or complaints about the women's quota, as some of the women's quota believe that the enforced winners are not included in the women's quota, and the quota is except for the eligible and the winners of votes."
He pointed out that "the Federal Court sent those complaints to the Commission, where they were answered by the competent technical committees, and returned to the Federal Court."
Yesterday, Tuesday, the Independent High Electoral Commission published the names of the winning political blocs in the parliamentary elections.
The Sadrist bloc won 73 seats, followed by the coalition that advanced with 37 seats, and the State of Law coalition with 33 seats.
While the Kurdistan Democratic Party won 31 seats, 14 seats for the Azm Alliance, and 17 seats for the Kurdistan Alliance.
The Al-Fateh Alliance won 17 seats, and Ishraqa Kanon got 6 seats, the State Forces Alliance got 4 seats, the National Contract Alliance got 4 seats, the Hasm Reform Movement alliance got 3 seats, the Babylon movement got 4 seats, the Our People’s Identity Alliance got 3 seats, and the Turkmen Front for a United Iraq One seat, the new generation movement on 9 seats, the extension movement on 9 seats, and the alliance of design on 5 seats.
The number of parties winning one seat reached 16, while the number of individual winning seats in the elections was 43, divided between 38 men and 5 women.