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Abadi leads three Sunni governorates during preliminary results

Sputnik, the Russian news agency, has revealed new results from the general vote on the parliamentary elections that took place across Iraq on Saturday, including three provinces freed from the grip of the terrorist preacher, as well as one of the most prominent camps for the displaced.

The agency quoted observers from the High Commission for Human Rights, the names of blocks that won the largest proportion of voters in the parliamentary elections, in the provinces of “Anbar, Salahuddin, Kirkuk,” west of the country, north of Baghdad.

According to observers who have reserved their names, Anbar recorded different voting percentages, mostly for the list of Anbar Our identity, followed by the victory coalition led by Prime Minister, Haider Abadi, and Abaron, the Iraqi decision, and the National Coalition led by Vice President Iyad Allawi.

In Salah al-Din province, north of Baghdad, the victory rates of the victory coalition, national, decision and led by the Secretary-General of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri, one of the leaders of the popular crowd.

Kirkuk, also north of Baghdad, which is considered one of the most disputed areas and one of the richest cities in the oil, recorded voting percentages, most of which went to the Kurdish forces, followed by the Turkmen Front, the Arab Alliance, Bab Al Arab and Fatah. , South of Mosul, reported that the main camp, known as “Hammam al-‘Alil Camp 2”, or the American camp, recorded 2,600 voters yesterday.

“The second camp, called the Camp of Four thousand, has registered a vote of 3,000 voters.

The observer revealed the names of the candidates who obtained the largest part of the votes are: Zahid al-Khatuni MP from the National Coalition, and Abdul Rahim Shammari, the head of the

Commission on Human Rights in the current parliament and the Deputy Abdul Rahman al-Loizi and Agriculture Minister Falah Zeidan al-Lahibi. “And took place in Iraq yesterday, Elections to choose a new parliament with a participation rate of 44.52% according to the Electoral Commission for elections in the country amid doubts. Source