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Post by Ssmith on Mon May 14, 2018 8:12 am


Walkingstick » May 13th, 2018

Announcement of election results in 10 governorates today [Ayna-Baghdad]

Sources revealed the announcement of the Electoral Commission for elections results of the legislative elections for 2018 in 10 provinces.

The sources said that "the provinces are [Baghdad, Babylon, Basra, Anbar, Diyala, Diwaniyah, Najaf, Muthanna, Karbala and Dhi Qar], except the provinces of Kurdistan and Kirkuk to investigate allegations of falsification of the results."


Al-Abbadi coalition announces its results of the election as "a clear difference from the competitors"

ISLAMABAD, May 13 (Reuters) - A victory coalition led by Haider al-Abadi announced Sunday the results of the Iraqi elections. "The victory coalition tops the Iraqi elections by a clear margin from the rest of the competitors," said coalition spokesman Hussein al-Adli. In the same context, reported the agency "Sky News", today, 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." Finished (1)


Don961 » May 13th, 2018

Iraqis vote for the reconstruction of their country led by Abbadi

5/12/2018 3:23:14 AM

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - About 24.5 million Iraqi voters were invited to vote on Saturday to elect a new parliament, whose main task would be to ensure the reconstruction of a country ravaged by three years of war against an oppressive organization.

In Mosul, the former "capital of the Caliphate" of the Dahedash organization in the north of the country, 26-year-old Ali Fahmi decided to vote for "security and economic stability".

For his part, Omar Abdel Mohamed said he voted "to change the old faces that caused the destruction of the country."

The 32-year-old father of two children, unemployed and unemployed, said he hoped the elections would be "a good opening for solving problems, especially unemployment," which affects one out of five young people under 30.

In Baghdad, whose roads were blocked due to curfews, police closed streets leading to polling stations to avoid any incident, especially after the organization recently threatened to target voters.

"I call on every Iraqi to participate in elections to prevent those who have controlled the country since 2003 and to save Iraq from sectarianism and corruption," said retired employee Sami Wadi, 74, the first voter at Al Amal Primary School in Karrada, central Baghdad.

But Wadi and its ilk are counting on a new era of war on corruption and reconstruction led by Haider al-Abadi.

In the Zayouna district of Baghdad, Mustafa Javad said he was participating today in "a desire for change.

If at the donors' conference in Kuwait last February, Iraq had secured $ 30 billion in commitments from its allies to re-establish its deficit infrastructure, the money could go unheeded.

Iraq is burdened with rampant corruption, and Iraqis accuse the political class of filling its pockets of state money.

The vote also comes amidst regional tension, as Iraq is a point of convergence between two historical enemies, Iran and the United States. Tehran has a major political influence on the parties in Iraq, while Washington has an influence on other parties.

The 8959 polling stations opened at 0700 hours (0400 GMT) and closed at 18:00 (1500 GMT), according to the head of the electoral administration of the Electoral Commission, Riad Badran.

The voting process is carried out according to a proportional law based on closed and open lists. The votes are distributed among the 87 candidates in 18 governorates according to their sequence in each list, to obtain 329 parliamentary seats.

Authorities have mobilized about 900,000 police and army personnel, a security official told AFP, as well as closing all border crossings and airspace on the day of the vote.

The elections are a precedent. For the first time, the Shiite parties are not on a unified list because of the power struggle between the hawks of the majority sect in Iraq. link

Walkingstick » May 13th, 2018

Iraq .. Abadi coalition wins 60 parliamentary seats .. And 51 'to the chest'

Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi's coalition has won 60 seats and the coalition of the 'Saroon' coalition, backed by Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, has won 51 seats in preliminary results.

The Fath Alliance of Popular Populist Militia has taken 34 to 39 seats in the current parliament.

A source from the UNHCR has announced to local media that the results to be announced in the coming hours represent 60% of the total number of views, and that next Tuesday will announce the final results.

So far, the Electoral Commission has not made any official statement about the election results except for the participation rate, which represented 44% of the total number of voters.

Voters and candidates await the official results of the Commission, to move the blocks towards its partners in order to form the next government.

The alliance, 'Saroon' earlier, the preliminary results of the counting of votes in the Iraqi elections indicate progress on the alliance victory, led by Haider Abadi.

The alliance 'Saron' its willingness to deal with all political forces during the next phase.


Electoral lists are preparing for the celebration and the interior is threatening to fire


RickLibby » May 13th, 2018

translated on Google =

Ghadad: Euphrates News} is preparing electoral lists and the masses to celebrate after the announcement shortly after the Electoral Commission for partial results of the parliamentary elections that took place on Saturday.

The Ministry of Interior has vowed to prosecute any celebrant who fires at the celebrations

Don961 » May 13th, 2018

These steps to form a new government and parliament in accordance with the Constitution of Iraq

5/13/2018 12:43:58 PM

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - More than 10 million Iraqis have cast their ballots for more than 7 thousand candidates on various lists and political entities to win 329 seats in the new House of Representatives.

The following is how to form a government in accordance with the Iraqi constitution, which sets a deadline of 90 days for the process:

1. The Independent Electoral Commission shall announce the results of the elections.

2 - The President of the Republic Fuad Masum invites the new parliament to convene and according to the Constitution, the first session of the Council of Representatives will be chaired by the oldest member on July 1, the end of the current term of the Council.

3. The new candidates shall take the oath of office behind the President of the Federal Supreme Court and shall not be officially represented until after the Court itself has authenticated the results after resolving the appeals and complaints by the Electoral Commission and approving the names of the winners.

4. The new deputies shall elect a speaker and two deputies by an absolute majority at the first meeting.

5. The Parliament shall elect a new President by a two-thirds majority of deputies within 30 days of the first meeting.

6 - The new president assigns the candidate of the largest bloc in parliament to form a government.

7. The Prime Minister-designate shall have 30 days to form the Government and submit it to Parliament for approval.

8. Parliament shall approve the program of the Government and of each Minister separately in a separate vote by an absolute majority.

If the prime minister-designate fails to form a coalition government within 30 days or if the parliament rejects the government proposed by the prime minister-designate, the president must appoint another candidate to form the government within 15 days or a one-time re-assignment. link

Jay » May 13th, 2018

Imo... and staying true to my Joisey boy roots, What this article is saying..... is ......... Suckit-up CUPCAKE!!! YOU LOST. Get ready for prison.

Don961 » May 13th, 2018

Is it possible to cancel the elections? .. Legal comment

2018/05/13 17:52

Legal expert Tariq Harb commented Sunday on calls for the cancellation of the elections and their results and the formation of a caretaker government for the next stage

"The Constitution is clear and it is the basis, it is the one who governs and regulates it, and the constitution says that after every four years, elections must be held," he said. "The calls to cancel the elections deviate from the provisions of the constitution. Or the arrival of some to power without elections. "

The legal expert added that "no one or party can cancel the election or its results at all, whether it is a political bloc or even all the blocs and parties in Iraq," stressing that "this will not be done even if the electoral process in which problems and many problems." link

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