Announcement of the results of the final elections today amid anticipation from the Iraqi street
The Iraqi street awaits the issuance of the final results of the parliamentary elections, on Friday, by the Electoral Commission in conjunction with the feverish political movement witnessed by the country on the impact of the preliminary results, as the parliamentary blocs know their size in the next parliament, and moving on this basis.
According to the newspaper “life” of London, in its Friday, the Electoral Commission for elections, will announce today the final results of the vote in the general elections that took place over three days and ended last Saturday.
The newspaper quoted an informed source as saying that “the results of the ballot, which took place at the beginning of the week, will witness changes after the completion of counting and sorting more than 2,600 stations left throughout the country,” adding that “the results of these stations will change a lot in the ranking of winning lists and change from the map Future alliances to form a new government. ”
As the main scene is resolved in the House of Representatives, attention is directed to the government, which started the preliminary consultations to form, as leading the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, the negotiations as the list ranked first, according to preliminary results.
The man announced his goal of seeking to form the largest bloc in parliament, the bloc that will be entrusted with the formation of the government, and the name of the next prime minister.
Sadr’s first step was to launch talks with Hakim’s leader, Ammar al-Hakim, who won 22 seats to form a coalition.
It is certain that the consultations will expand in the coming days, to include the outgoing Prime Minister, Haider Abadi, whose bloc won “victory” 51 seats.
In the case of compatibility between the three blocs, Sadr remains in need of consensus with the Sunni and Kurdish lists, to ensure the largest bloc, which must include 165 deputies out of 329.
Sadr and Hakim seem to be moving in this direction, declaring that the next government will be a national unity government that provides services to the Iraqi people.
The Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, Nezhirvan Barzani (issued his party, the Kurdistan Democratic Kurdistan), has announced that it will soon send a delegation to Baghdad to discuss the formation of the next Iraqi government, pointing out that they are one distance from all political blocs in Baghdad.
“We will take part seriously in the talks to form the new Iraqi government,” Barzani told a news conference in Erbil on Wednesday. “We are in front of a new phase in Iraq.”
Barzani said «we have not yet formally entered into negotiations on the formation of the next Iraqi government», declaring by saying: «soon we will send a delegation to Baghdad to discuss the formation of the next government», adding that «so far, we are one distance from all the political blocs in Baghdad» “The strength of the Kurds in Baghdad is in their unity.”
Al-Sadr’s movement faces attempts by Maliki’s State of Law coalition to form an expanded coalition that includes a list of the popular Fatah militias and other blocs.
But observers expect Maliki to fail to achieve his plans, after Abadi refused to attend the coordination meeting, which drew the features of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Qassem Soleimani.
With the emergence of the features of failure, Maliki went out to question the results of the elections, calling either to recount votes or to hold new elections.
This is a matter of concern for many Iraqis. The widespread objections to the election results and the accusation of fraud by the Independent High Commission have led dozens of deputies to submit a request to the current parliament speaker, Salim al-Jubouri, for a special session to discuss the crisis.
But a member of the Commission of Commissioners of the Electoral Commission Hazem Ridini, said in a statement that “the figures announced by the Commission on what the entities have received, is not final and subject to change, but not in large proportions, but it is surprising that the circulation of some of the winners inaccurate figures.
He added that “the declared votes of the regulations, not 100 percent,” pointing out that “some satellite channels tried to influence and confusion of the results in advance.” Source