Sadr reap the voices of Baghdad and his supporters chanting “Iran Berra Berra”
Preliminary results of the Iraqi elections obtained by “Elaf” showed the victory of the alliance of victory to Abadi followed by the Sadrists, who won the elections in the capital and then the representative of the popular crowd, a Shiite coalition, while the results of Sunni forces showed modest and came in the latest results .. The UN Secretary- Iraqis to resolve electoral disputes and form a new government as soon as possible.
Thousands of Sadr supporters gathered in Tahrir square in central Baghdad chanting “free, free Baghdad, Iran is a cow,” while Iraqi forces were put on high alert.
The preliminary results of the Iraqi general elections that took place yesterday and won by “Elaf” this evening to win the alliance of victory for Prime Minister Haid al-Abadi, the most proportion of the seats of the Iraqi Council of Representatives among the main lists converged alliance backed by the Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and then the Fatah alliance led by the President of Badr Hadi al-Amiri, representative of the popular crowd.
The number of seats obtained by lists and major coalitions is as follows:
The victory coalition led by Haider Abadi 41 seats
A coalition of reformists close to Moqtada al-Sadr has 37 seats
The Fatah alliance led by Hadi al-Amiri, a representative of the popular rally, has 34 seats
The coalition of the rule of law led by Nuri al-Maliki 24 seats
The stream of wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim 17 seats
Alliance of Iraqi decision led by Osama Nujaifi 26 seats.
The Kurdish Democratic Party led by Massoud Barzani 25 seats
National Coalition led by Iyad Allawi 20 seats.
The alliance of democracy and justice led by Barham Saleh 12 seats
Patriotic Union of Kurdistan 12 seats
Kurdish Change Movement won 11 seats
The Electoral Commission said it would formally announce the results of the final elections within two days. The head of operations of the Commission, Safaa al-Jabri, said that the announcement of the preliminary results of the elections will be in the coming hours and the announcement of the final results in a day or two.
Sadr supporters in Baghdad celebrate their election victory
Official results for ten provinces and the victory of Sadr in the capital
During the press conference of the Electoral Commission, followed by “Elaf,” the head of the electoral district of the Commission, Riad Badran late on Sunday evening the results of 97 votes in ten provinces where the coalition of Sadr alliance electoral alliances in the capital Baghdad as follows:
Baghdad: first pass first conquest the state of law third national victory IV
Basra: the conquest .. Ascend .. Victory III State of law IV wisdom
Al-Diwaniyah: Al-Fateh, then Al-Nasr, then Al-Hikma, then the state of law
Dhi Qar: Surat and Fatah and victory and the rule of law and wisdom
Al-Anbar: the national first and the Iraqi decision II and the third pass and victory IV and the rest of the fifth
Wasit: First, the conquest, then victory, then wisdom, and then the state of law
Babylon: conquest .. Surfers .. Victory .. Wisdom .. the state of law and competencies for change
Al – Muthanna: First, the conquest, the second, the wisdom, the third, the victory, the fourth, the state of law,
Diyala: the Iraqi decision and Fatah and patriotism and others and victory and wisdom
Karbala: the conquest first go second victory third state law IV wisdom
The UNHCR said that 8 provinces have not yet checked their results for not completing the audit of the results are Erbil, Sulaymaniyah, Najaf, Dahuk, Salahuddin, Kirkuk and then Maysan and Nineveh.
The election of the Iraqi Council of Representatives was held Saturday in all Iraqi provinces and compete about 70 thousand candidates to fill 328 seats in parliament.
UN Secretary-General calls for speedy resolution of electoral disputes and formation of new government
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on Iraqi political forces to resolve any electoral disputes through existing legal channels and complete the electoral process by forming a comprehensive government as soon as possible.
The Secretary-General congratulated the people of Iraq for holding the parliamentary elections and after the military defeat of Daash, the elections represented further progress towards building a stronger Iraqi democracy.
The Secretary-General praised the efforts of election officials, party representatives and security forces to make the elections very peaceful and organized. He commends all the Iraqis who participated, especially those who voted despite their difficult circumstances.
The Secretary-General called on all Iraqi political actors and their supporters to maintain peace while the results are completed and urged political actors to resolve any electoral disputes through existing legal channels and complete the electoral process by forming a comprehensive government as soon as possible.
He noted that the United Nations remains committed to supporting the Iraqi government and people in this endeavor.
Earlier in the day warned Vice President of the Iraqi President of the electoral electoral coalition Osama Najafi of a serious crisis finds Iraq in its arms because of low voting and the conviction of many political alliances of the results of the elections, calling for political dialogue.
He called on leaders and members of the political blocs to calm and dialogue to address the current crisis and to keep in mind the preservation of Iraq’s status of chaos or differences that open the way for foreign agendas to play a direct role contrary to the stability of Iraq and the security of its people and society.
The vice president also called on the leader of the National Electoral Coalition Iyad Allawi to re-election and turn the government to conduct business. He said that “because of the reluctance of the Iraqi people to participate in the elections widely, and the spread of violence and fraud and misinformation and the purchase of votes and exploitation of the conditions of displaced and displaced, in addition to the foggy measures taken by the Electoral Commission in electronic voting after the citizen used to different procedures in all previous elections, Such a reluctance results from a legislative council that imposes a duty on the citizen away from his desire, as well as a weak government that lacks the confidence required for its success. The National Coalition calls for the re-election, while keeping the current government to conduct business until the provision of conditions Appropriate for the elections reflect the aspirations of the people of Iraq.“ Source