Sky News: Abadi first and then Sadr, Amiri and Maliki fourth in the Iraqi elections
According to the agency “Sky News”, on Sunday, the progress of the victory coalition headed by Haider Abadi, in the next elections, followed by the alliance, “Asron,” noting that the alliance, “conquest” came in third place followed by the list of “coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki.
“The list of Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi seems to be advanced in the parliamentary elections,” Sky News quoted a source in the Independent High Electoral Commission and a security official as saying. “The list of prominent cleric Moqtada al-Sadr came second behind Abadi.”
The sources added that “came in third place the opening list of the popular crowd, and then ranked fourth in the list of coalition rule of law for Nuri al-Maliki.”
In the same context, the newspaper “the new Arab”, on Sunday, that the victory coalition has been ranked first in the elections, followed by the coalition, “Saron.”
“The available results point to the progress of the Abbadi list (victory), followed by the list of” Sadrists “that the Sadrists share with different civil forces, and then the Fatah list, which officially represents the popular crowd in the current elections, the paper quoted senior officials in the commission as saying. Which was counting on achieving the highest number of electoral seats, and then the list of the decision led by Osama Najafi, followed by a list of the rule of law led by Nuri al-Maliki, and then the Democratic Party led by Massoud Barzani.
” According to the leaks obtained through a member of the Commission’s Board of Trustees and the director of a legal committee at the Commission itself,” the results obtained after seven hours of opening the ballot boxes are inaccurate and informal. But according to preliminary data may cause the weighting of important blocks in the past such as the wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim, the Supreme Council led by Hamam Hamoudi, and the national led by Iyad Allawi. As it was a shock to the rule of law led by Nuri al-Maliki, led by Hadi al-Amiri, as they were keen to get the highest percentage of votes in the Shiite street.”
For its part, quoted the agency, “Anatolia”, the Turkish, a source in the Commission, confirmation of the “progress of the coalition Abadi” and Sadr in the results of the Iraqi parliamentary elections. Source