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Leading coalition victory: the government will form after the holiday of Eid al-Fitr

Post  Admin on Sun May 13, 2018 8:22 am

Sunday, May 13th




Alsumaria News / Baghdad
The leader of the coalition, "victory" led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, Sunday, that his coalition does not have any red lines or "veto" on the mass or party or political figure during the upcoming negotiations to form a government, while noting that the formation of the government will be after the holiday holiday Mushrooms.

MP Abbas al-Bayati said in an interview with Alsumaria News that "the new government will see the light after the holiday of Eid al-Fitr," adding that "the results will be announced in final form during this week."


Al-Bayati said that "the new government will be based on the principle of technocrats political or outside the political sphere and within the competencies and professionalism," stressing that it (the new government) "will look for a practical program and realistic and economic and developmental and will support a solid and strong nucleus within parliament to witness the next stage of conflict and differences between the government and parliament "He said.

Al-Bayati pointed out that "the capacity of electoral programs and the extent of convergence will determine the quality of alliances," explaining that "the size of seats for each block and alliances with other blocs and move away from quotas and the exclusion of logic points will be the starting point for the formation of the next government.

He stressed that "the coalition of victory will negotiate with all the blocs and will open to everyone, both within the National Alliance or outside it and there is no red lines or Vito any bloc or personality or party and the extent of convergence with the electoral programs will be the basis for future consensuses and alliances."



On the morning of Saturday (May 12, 2018), all the provinces of Iraq witnessed the start of general elections to elect members of the Federal Council of Representatives.

On Saturday night, the Electoral Commission announced the "success" of the voting process in Iraq with a participation rate of 44.52%.

The ballot box was closed at 6 pm on Saturday, 12 May 2018, in Iraq's first election after the victory of the "Daash" organization and the fourth since the fall of the former regime to choose a new Iraqi parliament.


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Re: Leading coalition victory: the government will form after the holiday of Eid al-Fitr

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Al-Abbadi's list tops the preliminary results of the elections, followed by Sadr's list
Sunday 13 May



Alsumaria News / Baghdad
The coalition of victory led by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi leads the preliminary results of the elections, followed by a list of others led by Moqtada al-Sadr, the Reuters news agency reported on Sunday.

"The list of Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi seems to be advanced in the parliamentary elections, followed by the list of prominent Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr," a source at the Independent Electoral Commission and a security official told Reuters.


The sources were based on "preliminary informal results," according to Reuters.

For its part, said the Electoral Commission for elections in Iraq, it is expected to announce the results of the legislative elections in two days, after voting saw the lowest participation in 13 years.

Some 11 million Iraqis out of the 24 million eligible to vote on Saturday, to choose their representatives in parliament, in the first elections in the country after the defeat of the organization calling for the terrorist, and saw the lowest turnout.

According to the Commission, the turnout was 44 percent, while the turnout was not less than 60 percent in the elections since 2005.

More than 90 percent of voters' votes have so far been counted.

More than 7,000 candidates in 18 provinces ran this year to win seats in the 329-seat parliament.

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