Maliki Tops Most Provinces, Followed by the Sadrists and Al-Hakim
|May 1, 2014||Filled under Maliki News|
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Results released Thursday show network “Eye of Iraq” to monitor the elections offer a coalition of state law in most provinces except Anbar province, which were not covered in the survey because of the deterioration of the regulatory situation where the background of the battle.
The Iraqis voted on Wednesday in the first general elections in the country since the withdrawal of U.S. forces in 2011 with the pursuit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to win a third term amid escalating violence.
Voters will choose their representatives from among the nearly ten thousand candidates competing for 328 seats in parliament and the political parties they belong to different spectra ranging from hardline Islamists to liberals and communists.
It is expected to lead the party scene of sectarian and ethnic programs greater than it was in the last election four years ago, which may exacerbate the divisions that formed the basis of the worsening violence.
A statement issued by the network and reported for “Twilight News” that the rule of law, led by al-Maliki topped the results of the elections and then followed by the Sadrist bloc narrowly citizen.
He received KDP won fourth place in the list are united in fifth place, followed by the National Coalition led by Iyad Allawi.
And got the change to ninth place, according to the network statement, which noted that the Arab coalition led by Saleh al-Mutlaq came X..
This is the unofficial results.
The Commission said recently that the results will be announced within 20 days.
The organization said that the Virtue Party came in 11, then the current Iraq and a coalition of civil Vdially identity.
In the fifth century came combines construction, justice and the Kurdistan Islamic Union won the sixth century.
He won Dawa organization inside seventeenth place while enabling the fulfillment of Iraq from getting ranked eighteen.
The statement said the percentages for each block as follows:
Sulaimaniya: Change 49% – the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) 32% – 21% Other blocks.
Nineveh: united 29% – 17% of national – 19% Arab – Kurdish lists – 8% Other 27%.
Dhi Qar: Law 33% – 16% citizen – Liberal 11% – 9% of virtue – the reform of 7% – Other 24% .
Arbil: Democrat 45% – 20% Union – a change of 18% – 8% Jemaah Islamiyah – Islamic Union 5% – Other 4%.
Wasit: 51% citizen law 14% Liberal 23% Other 12%
Karbala: Code 43% – Liberals 18% – 12% citizen – Virtue 7 – Others 20% .
Kirkuk: the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Orabi 42% 15% 10% Kirkuk’s Arabs Kurdistan Democratic National 6% 8% 12% Other Turkmen 7% .
Diyala Diyala national identity 32% 15% 11% Kurdish blocs Civil Alliance Movement Enough 9% 12% 9% Other law 12% .
Basra: Law 48% 19% citizen Liberal Reform 14% 7% 5% virtue coalition Alternative 3% Other 4% .
Najaf: Law 46% 16% citizen Liberal 14% 13% meet the State Fair 5% Other 6% .
Duhok: Democrats 70% 15% Jemaah Islamiah, the National Union of 8% Other 7% .
Diwaniya: Liberal law 34% 14% 6% rally reform competencies white 5% 5% 5% call inside the other 31% .
Maysan: Liberal 26% 32% law reform citizen 4% 12% Other 22% .
Babylon: law 37% 21% citizen Liberal Reform 13% 7% 5% efficiencies Civil Alliance 4% 3% honest national 3% Other 7% .
Muthanna: Law 37% 20% citizen Liberal Reform 17% 8% 6% virtue competencies 3% Other 9% .
Baghdad: 21% User law Sadrists 15% 13% citizen User Christians 5% 7% national united 6% 5% reform coalition Iraq call within 5% 3% 5% Arab civil virtue 4% 4% 2% loyal to the homeland.
But despite the multiplicity of parties competing seen elections widely as a referendum on Maliki, who has ruled the country for eight years.
The coming period will be a test of Iraq’s democracy.
It took the formation of a new government, nine months after the last general election which took place in 2010, while tens of thousands of U.S. troops were in Iraq.
Some warn that the formation of a new government could take years.
The negotiations will take place at a time when the battles raging in Anbar, on the outskirts of Baghdad, which adds more confusion to the process.
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