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  Baghdad: Muhammad Al-Ansari
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The Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Independent High Electoral Commission, Jalil Adnan, announced the success of the general vote in the early elections that took place yesterday, Sunday 10/10/2021, and that “the voices of the Iraqis who participated in the electoral process are a great trust in our necks and are inviolable,” noting that “the results of The elections and the percentage of participation in them will be announced in the next few hours."
 
Judge Jalil Adnan said in a press conference that followed the end of the poll, which was followed by "Al-Sabah": "The commission has sent messages of confidence and reassurance to the Iraqi street that their votes are a great trust in our necks, and they are inviolable," noting that "the announcement of the election results will be within the next 24 hours," and added, that "The technical defect that occurred in some electoral centers was quickly addressed," he said, adding that "the project was difficult and long in order to make the electoral process successful."
He pointed out that "the electoral process witnessed high discipline inside the polling stations in a proud manner," noting that "the Commission will issue decisions regarding electoral violations and be published on the official website of the High Electoral Commission."
 
The success of the security plan
For its part, the Supreme Security Committee for Elections announced the success of the security plan for securing the electoral process.
The head of the Supreme Security Committee for Elections, Lieutenant-General Abdul-Amir Al-Shammari, said in a press conference: "The security forces have proven once again that they are up to the responsibility," noting that "the High Electoral Commission and the various security and military formations were very keen on the success of the security work." "Victory would not have been achieved without the attribution of the religious authority and its great support."
The Supreme Elections Security Committee had issued strict orders, earlier on Sunday evening, to tighten security and protection measures around polling stations.
The committee stated, in a statement, that it "issued strict orders to all security units in the capital, Baghdad, and the governorates to tighten security and protection measures around polling stations, registration centers and IHEC warehouses after the end of the general poll in order to preserve the integrity of the ballot boxes."
The statement added, "The committee authorized the holding security forces to take maximum security measures and measures around these sites."
 
Praise and thanks
The Chief of Staff of the Army, Lieutenant-General Abdul-Amir Rashid Yarallah, praised the efforts of the security forces during the electoral process.
Yarallah said in a statement, addressing the security forces: “Iraq lived a new violet epic with great success through the success of security, technical and logistical plans and your great role in bearing the national responsibility for the success of this historic mission, as the types of our armed forces, including the ground forces, the air force, the army aviation, the ranks and other services, were integrated. with the requirements of the security plan.
He added, "The units worked in all sectors of responsibility to secure full protection for all polling stations within (83) electoral districts along the geography of the great country during the two days of special voting and general suffrage, and diligent and continuous work throughout the preparations that preceded October 10, 2021, and it was an effort A very successful nationally, qualitatively, under the supervision of the Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and great efforts by the Independent High Electoral Commission and the Supreme Security Committee.
He stressed that "our units of our valiant army witnessed a rapid movement with the support of the air force and army aviation to transport fighters to the polling stations and return them to the areas of responsibility of their units and to provide full support to the Independent High Electoral Commission and the Electoral Security Committee."
He concluded by saying: "With this achievement and success, I greet you and offer you my highest thanks and appreciation, and our valiant army and security forces remain in the service and defense of the homeland and preserve the higher interests of the people and the state. May God protect Iraq, its people and its valiant army."
The Government Media Cell also praised the great and distinguished role of all media outlets, which participated in covering the facts of the early general elections throughout Iraq on Sunday.
And she said in a statement: "The media participating in the extensive coverage of the elections demonstrated a patriotic position that amounts to the role the media plays in conveying the truth to the people, which encouraged many citizens to participate in the elections and cast their votes, with great confidence."
She added: "On this occasion, the Government Media Cell extends its thanks and appreciation to all media colleagues and all their specializations who represented media institutions, on this distinguished Iraqi day. The great, so they conveyed a wonderful picture of the new democratic Iraq, so that the whole world would be fascinated by the level of great success achieved in these elections, technically, in the media and on the security front.
 
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At six o'clock yesterday evening, the general polls were closed in all Iraqi provinces, as part of the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, after they opened their doors to vote at seven o'clock in the morning, Baghdad time.
The spokeswoman for the Independent High Electoral Commission, Jumana Al-Ghalay, said in a press interview: "The number of polling stations in the general vote reached 8,273 centers, with more than 55 thousand stations," noting that "1249 international observers participated in monitoring the general poll, while the number of media professionals reached The 510 internationals who participated in the coverage of the universal suffrage, while the local observers numbered 147,152.
She added that "the number of polling stations in Rusafa reached 1,032, Karkh 792, Erbil 498, Anbar 380, Basra 514, Sulaymaniyah more than 500, Diwaniyah 289, Muthanna 170, Najaf 336, Babel 413, Duhok 264 polling stations. Diyala 483 polling stations, Dhi Qar 440 centers, Salah al-Din 312 centers, Karbala 244 centers, Kirkuk 315 centers, Maysan 230 centers, Nineveh 753 centers, Wasit more than 300 polling stations.
 
Funds transfer insurance
And the Independent High Electoral Commission announced in a statement that the boxes will be moved after their closure across the country yesterday evening, Sunday evening, with a tight plan by the Supreme Security Committee for Elections and through "army aviation" to the offices designated for them in Baghdad and some other provinces. 
The statement added, "The (memory stick) will be sent to the National Office to be counted and sorted electronically, and all the devices and equipment of the Commission will be transferred from the schools to their respective sites in order to hand the schools over to the Ministry of Education."
 
first voter
Yesterday, Sunday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi supervised electoral security at the headquarters of the joint operations, while he issued directives during his visit to the headquarters of the joint operations.
The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasoul, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi was the first to vote with the opening of the polling stations' doors," noting that "Al-Kazemi then visited the headquarters of the Joint Operations Command to follow up on the operation." universal suffrage in detail.
Major General Rasoul added, "Al-Kazemi's directives included that the armed forces be neutral," stressing that "Al-Kazemi personally supervises the plan to secure the elections and directed the provision of full protection to the polling stations."
Yesterday, Sunday, the European Union mission to monitor the Iraqi elections confirmed that no technical or technical problems were recorded in the polling stations.
"The mission has not recorded any violations since the start of general voting," the mission's head, Viola von Kramon, said in a press conference followed by "Al-Sabah".
 
Manual counting draw
The Independent High Electoral Commission conducted, at five o'clock yesterday evening, Sunday, a lottery process to select the counting stations and manual counting for general voting within the province of Baghdad and the rest of the provinces.
The Director of the Information and Communication Department of the Commission, Hassan Salman, said in a press conference: "The commission conducted 17 lottery operations to select the counting stations and manual sorting for general voting," and added that "the process was conducted in accordance with Article 38 of the Elections Law, first paragraph, which stipulated the selection of one station. In each polling station, the process of counting and counting is done manually, and the selection of the station will be central in the national office.
He continued: "The polling stations were classified based on the number of stations in each polling station, for example, there is a polling center in which there are 4 stations and there are 6, and the stations were classified on this basis, and the totals that appeared to us after the classification ranged from 1 to 18 stations, given that the smallest center It has one station, and the largest center has 18 stations.”
 
Monitoring Network Report
In addition, the (Coalition of National Networks and Organizations) issued a detailed report on the day of the general vote, and the report announced by the coalition in a press conference and published by "Al-Sabah" within the policy of the (Iraqi Media Network) is neutral in electoral coverage, that "until the closure of the public vote, it issued ( The Coalition of National Networks and Organizations) observing the elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, three reports covering the voting period from seven in the morning until six in the evening.
The coalition added that "the results of the final report were extracted from 1920 reports sent by the coalition's observers deployed throughout the electoral centers, and that 152 observers or candidate agents, or 7.91 percent, were excluded from the polling stations."
The report documented, "The number of stations that did not close at the specified time (at 6 pm), amounted to 34, or 1.77%." to 178, or 9.27%.
The report indicated that "the number of polling stations in which no one objected to the announced results, reached 35, and this constituted a percentage close to 1.82%," noting that "a malfunction occurred in 128 polling stations, where a malfunction was observed in the rapid counting and sorting device, i.e. a percentage of 6.67%".
The report of the (Coalition of Networks and National Organizations) monitoring the elections of the Iraqi parliament concluded that "the participation rate reached (38%)", according to the figures of the (coalition) and not the figures of the Independent High Electoral Commission, which is expected to announce the participation rate soon within the hours. coming. It is noteworthy that the (Alliance of National Networks and Organizations) observing the Iraqi Parliament elections includes (Shams Network), (Ain Network), (Freedom Ambassadors Network), (Alliance of Iraqi Minorities), (Tamuz Organization for Social Development) and (We Watch). It is one of the most important networks and civil organizations observing elections.
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The Independent High Electoral Commission Called, On Sunday, To Wait For The Announced Results, As They Are The True And Accurate Expression Of The Electoral Process.

The Director Of The Media And Communications Department Of The Commission, Hassan Salman, Said In A Press Statement That Al-Ahed News Followed, That "Everything Rumored About The Victory Of A Candidate Or A Bloc Is Currently Inaccurate, And The Results Announced By The Commission Must Be Awaited Exclusively."

 
Salman Explained, "It Is Currently Not Possible To Access The Results Or Take Note Of Them, Because They Come In A Very Confidential Manner And Are Only Viewed By The Commission Exclusively, And We Must Wait For The Official Announcement."

This Evening, Sunday, General Polling Stations Were Closed In All Iraqi Provinces, As Part Of The First Early Parliamentary Elections After 2003, After They Opened Their Doors To Vote At Seven In The Morning, Baghdad Time.

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Today, Sunday, The Chairman Of The Board Of Commissioners, Judge Jalil Adnan, Confirmed That The Results Of The Parliamentary Elections Will Be Announced Within 24 Hours, While Indicating That The Official Participation Rate Will Be Determined Within Two Hours.

Judge Adnan Said, During A Press Conference Held At The Commission’s Headquarters, And Followed By “Al-Ahed News”, That “The Commission Sent Messages Of Confidence And Reassurance To The Iraqi Street That Their Voices Are A Great Trust In Our Necks,” Noting That “The Commission Quickly Took The Initiative To Report The Technical Defect This Morning And It Was Immediately Addressed. Its Procedures Were Clear.

 
He Added, "The Commission Is Determined To Complete The Electoral Process In A Sober And Fair Manner," Stressing That "The Announcement Of The Election Results Will Be Quick Within 24 Hours, And The Participation Rate Will Be Announced Within Two Hours."

He Pointed Out That "The Electoral Process Witnessed High Discipline Inside The Polling Stations In A Proud Manner," Noting That "The Commission Will Issue Decisions Regarding Electoral Violations And Be Published On The Official Website Of The High Electoral Commission."

This Evening, Sunday, General Polling Stations Were Closed In All Iraqi Provinces, As Part Of The First Early Parliamentary Elections After 2003, After They Opened Their Doors To Vote At Seven In The Morning, Baghdad Time.

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 Islamic world/Islamic world  Date: 1400 Mahr / October 10 - GMT 19:57
 
 
 

Iraq elections.. Vote counting continues, and the commission pledges to announce results within 24 hours

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The process of counting votes in the early legislative elections continues in Iraq, after polling stations closed their doors in all governorates this evening, Sunday.

For its part, the Independent High Electoral Commission confirmed that the results will be issued within 24 hours.

The head of the commission, Judge Jalil Adnan, said in a press conference held after the polling stations closed that the results would be announced quickly, and that the commission would reveal in the coming hours the percentage of participation.

"Our institutions are transparent and accurate, and we do not hide anything from the people or the media," he said.

Adnan pointed out that the commission faced many complications and was able to overcome them, stressing that it is determined to complete the electoral process "in a sober and fair manner."

Participation rate

The head of the Electoral Commission had said in a previous statement that the participation rate exceeded a third of the number of voters until three o'clock in the afternoon local time.

Observers have monitored modest levels of participation in several centers in Iraqi cities, but official figures are not yet clear.

Attention is drawn to the commission to announce those numbers, which are believed to reflect the level of popular acceptance or rejection of these early elections.

He pointed out that the last elections that took place in Iraq 4 years ago witnessed a participation of about 45%, and that was the lowest percentage since 2003.

On the other hand, the Supreme Elections Security Committee said it had issued strict orders to tighten security measures around polling stations.

The committee added - in a statement - that the guarding procedures will also include registration centers and warehouses of the Independent Electoral Commission.

The authorities in the capital, Baghdad, said that the security services talked about the completion of the election day without incidents or inconveniences.

More than 3,200 candidates representing 21 coalitions and 109 parties, along with independents, competed in these elections to win 329 seats in Parliament.

According to the figures of the Electoral Commission, 24.9 million Iraqis are entitled to vote in the elections, out of about 40 million people. More than 800,000 Iraqis voted in the special ballot on Friday.

At the end of the vote, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi said on Twitter, "We have completed - praise be to God - our duty and our promise to hold fair and safe elections, and we have provided the capabilities to make it a success."

Al-Kadhimi and Iraqi President Barham Salih cast their votes in Baghdad. Al-Kazemi said after casting his vote that all Iraqis are invited to vote and contribute to changing their reality.

On Sunday, complaints were registered about the failure of voting machines in a number of governorates. The July Election Monitoring Organization reported that dozens of voting machines had stopped in several centers in the governorates of Dhi Qar and Kirkuk. There were also reports of equipment failure in the cities of the Kurdistan region.

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The participation rate ranged between 20 and 30%.
 
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The polls closed their doors, on Sunday, for the first early parliamentary elections in the country since 2003.
The Independent High Electoral Commission for Iraq announced that the participation rate in the early Iraqi legislative elections in the cities of the region until noon ranged between 20 and 30 percent.
The commission said in a statement that the turnout for the elections, which was launched this morning, varied among the governorates of Iraq, and is expected to rise in the evening before the polls close.
In a related context, the United Nations mission in Iraq said in a statement today that its teams deployed in the Kurdistan region and Iraq are monitoring the progress of the early Iraqi legislative elections, which started yesterday morning.
According to the Independent High Electoral Commission, the number of general polling stations in the Kurdistan region is 570, with 2,889 polling stations, while the number of voters is 1.275 thousand in all governorates of the Kurdistan region.
The general polling began yesterday in all parts of Iraq, with wide monitoring from the United Nations and other international and regional organizations, including the Arab League, which will participate with a delegation of experts in the field of elections.
On Friday, a special vote was held, which included 225,851 voters from the security forces and the Peshmerga, in addition to 105,754 displaced persons and prison inmates.
146 candidates in the Kurdistan region are competing for 46 parliamentary seats in the elections.
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Today, Monday, The Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) Announced That The Results Of The Manual Counting And Sorting In The General Poll Are In Agreement With The Electronic One.

Commission Spokeswoman Jumana Al-Ghalay Said That "The Results Of The Manual Counting And Sorting In The General Poll With The Electronic One Were 100%."

She Added, "This Was Done In All Stations That Were Selected By Hand Lottery."
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 The Joint Operations Command Announced, On Monday, That The Iraqi Air Force And Aviation Aircraft Continue To Transfer Equipment, Equipment And Ballot Boxes From The Provinces To Baghdad.

The Spokesman For The Leadership, Major General Tahsin Al-Khafaji, Said In A Press Statement, Which Was Followed By "Al-Ahed News", That The Ministry Of Defense's Effort Represented By The Iraqi Air Force Aircraft And The Iraqi Army Aviation Continues To Transfer Devices, Equipment, Ballot Boxes And Electronic Baton From The Provinces And Remote Areas To Baghdad, Until The Completion Of The Transfer Of Those Materials With Protection. Complete Security.

Al-Khafaji Confirmed That There Was No Security Breach On The General Polling Day, And There Was No Pressure From The Security Forces And Agencies On Voters To Vote On A Specific Electoral List Or A Specific Candidate.

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Stay tuned.. {Euphrates News} publishes the preliminary results of the elections
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Our agency publishes the preliminary results of the 2021 parliamentary elections.

The Electoral Commission will announce the results at a press conference shortly.

Yesterday in Iraq, universal suffrage was held for the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, and the participation rate in all governorates reached 41%, according to the commission.

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Elections wish: the state of alarm remains, and our work ends with the first session of the new parliament
  
{Umniah: Al Furat News} The Supreme Elections Security Committee announced the continuation of the state of maximum alert for the security forces.

The spokesman for the committee, Brigadier General Ghaleb al-Attiyah, told {Euphrates News} that "the work of the Supreme Security Committee for the elections will continue until the results are announced and approved."
"Our forces are still on alert, as they protect ballot boxes, memory sticks and logistical materials for the electoral process," he added.
Al-Attiyah pointed out that "the committee's work ends with the first meeting of the new parliament."
Iraq had witnessed universal suffrage for the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, and the Electoral Commission announced that the results of manual and electronic counting matched 100% in the general suffrage.
She said that the initial voting rates for these elections amounted to 41% of the total (94%) of the receiving stations, and the number of voters for the receiving stations reached (9,077,779) voters.

The commission will announce within the next few hours the preliminary results of the elections.

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The Electoral Commission reveals the reason for the suspension of its website and clarifies the mechanism for announcing the results
{Local: Al Furat News} The Electoral Commission revealed the reason for the suspension of its website, after it announced the start of announcing the preliminary results of the parliamentary elections for 10 governorates.

A member of the Commission's media, Imad Jamil, told {Euphrates News} that "pressure on the commission's website caused a minor technical defect," noting that "some parties were able to follow up and the website is currently working for them."

He pointed out that "the announcement of the results according to the governorates continues in their respective halls, as each office of the Commission in the governorates announces the results of the governorate," stressing that "there is no centralization in announcing the results."

It is noteworthy that the official website of the Electoral Commission was suspended with the start of announcing the preliminary results of the elections for the House of Representatives.

Chairman of the Board of Commissioners Jalil Adnan Khalaf said in a press conference held this afternoon that the commission began announcing preliminary results for 10 governorates: Diyala, Diwaniyah, Muthanna, Maysan, Wasit, Dohuk, Salah al-Din, Karbala, Najaf and Erbil.

He pointed out that it can be found on the Commission's website, which has become difficult to access.

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Shafaq News/ The coalition of national networks and organizations to monitor the Iraqi elections announced on Monday that it had recorded a number of violations in the general vote that took place yesterday.

 

"We had observers in all centers and stations," Dashti Siddiq, a member of the National Election Observation Networks coalition, said in a press conference held today, in Erbil, and attended by Shafak News Agency, referring to "monitoring the failure of 281 electronic devices in stations in general."

 

He explained that these stations "did not work and the opening of them was delayed out of a total of 8191 stations," noting that "34 stations turned off after six o'clock."

 

He added, "We also monitored the introduction of mobile devices into the polling stations," explaining that "9% of all stations have monitored organizations removed from the stations."

 

He also indicated that "it was allowed to vote in 703 stations without having an official document in addition to the biometric card, with the presence of people in some centers without their presence having any official status."

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On Monday, an official source revealed that the European and UN mission had entered into a dispute with the Independent High Electoral Commission in Iraq regarding the accuracy of the participation rate announced by the latter.

 

The source told Shafaq News Agency, "These differences prompted the postponement of the press conference announced by the Commission and scheduled for 12 noon today," explaining that "the international missions are not convinced that the final participation rate is 44 percent."

The Iraqi Electoral Commission announced earlier today, Monday, that the "initial" participation rate in the Iraqi legislative elections amounted to 41%.

The Commission said in a post on its Twitter page; This percentage was calculated from the "total of the receiving stations, which amounted to 94%" of the polling stations, indicating that the number of the initial voters amounted to more than 9 million people.

The participation rate in the city of Dohuk was the highest among the various Iraqi cities by 54%, and Salah al-Din governorate came in second place with 48%.

Yesterday evening, Sunday evening, general ballot boxes were closed in all Iraqi provinces, as part of the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, after they opened their doors to vote at 7:00 am Baghdad time.

The electronic voting process witnessed some technical problems, such as malfunctions in some devices that the authorities said were addressed, and difficulties in scanning the fingerprints of some voters and making some electoral cards.

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Shafaq News/ The Independent High Electoral Commission in Iraq issued, on Monday, a new clarification regarding the announcement of the results of the general and private polls, following a press conference that referred to those results without announcing them.

 

 

 

Commission spokesperson Jumana Al-Ghalay told Shafaq News Agency, "All election results will be announced this evening," noting that "it will be shown on 24 screens in Baghdad and all Iraqi provinces."

And indicated that those results "will also be published on the website of the Electoral Commission."

A short while ago, the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Commission held a brief press conference to announce the preliminary results of the legislative elections in the various governorates of the country, but he did not disclose them.

During the conference, Jalil Adnan said, "The results of the general and private polls were announced in the governorates of Diyala, Qadisiyah, Muthanna, Maysan, Wasit, Dohuk, Salah al-Din, Karbala, Najaf, and Erbil."

He added, "You can access the website of the Electoral Commission, to view the preliminary results of the aforementioned governorates."

He pointed out that "the Electoral Commission is now preparing to announce the results of the elections in general."

Yesterday evening, Sunday evening, general ballot boxes were closed in all Iraqi provinces, as part of the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, after they opened their doors to vote at 7:00 am Baghdad time.

The electronic voting process witnessed some technical problems, such as malfunctions in some devices that the authorities said were addressed, and difficulties in scanning the fingerprints of some voters and making some electoral cards, as witnessed by AFP journalists.

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The Sadrist movement "leads" the Iraqi elections... and "progress" in second place

October 11, 2021

The media quoted Sadrist officials as saying that they won more than 70 seats


The preliminary results of the parliamentary elections in Iraq revealed, according to the Iraqi News Agency, that the Sadrist movement, led by Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, :reading-newspaper: won the highest number of seats in the Iraqi parliament, with 73 seats.


The "Progress" party led by Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi came in second place after winning 38 seats, to find out the Fatah Alliance of the Popular Mobilization, which was the second force in the outgoing parliament. 


The State of Law bloc, headed by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, ranked third with 37 seats, according to what the Iraqi News Agency also reported on the results of the Electoral Commission in 83 districts in (18) governorates.


A media official in the Sadrist movement told AFP that the "approximate number" of seats that the movement had obtained "73 seats" after calculating the number of winners, while an official in the electoral commission, who preferred not to be identified, told AFP that the Sadrist movement was "at the forefront." According to the preliminary results. 


The report accuses the Sadrists of consolidating their influence in all parts of the Iraqi government by controlling key positions in the civil service


If the final results confirm this, the "Sadrists" will thus have made remarkable progress, after the "Sairoon" coalition led by the current in the outgoing parliament consisted of 54 seats. This may allow the movement to exert pressure in choosing a prime minister and in the formation of the next government.
 

Experts believe that the distribution of parliament seats will be fragmented, which means the absence of a clear majority, which will eventually force the blocs to negotiate for alliances.
 

In a country where the political scene remains divided over many issues, from the presence of US forces in the country to the increasing influence of neighboring Iran, the parties should launch negotiations, which seem to require a long time to choose a prime minister, given that the custom requires that the position be held by a personal Shiite.


About 25 million people, entitled to vote, were invited to choose among more than 3,200 candidates in these fifth elections since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003. 


However, the initial participation rate was about 41%, out of more than 22 million registered voters, according to what the High Elections Commission announced.
 

This year's elections were called before their main date in 2022, with the aim of calming the anger of the street after the popular uprising that erupted in the fall of 2019 against corruption, the decline in public services and economic deterioration in a country rich in oil wealth. 


But the uprising was met with a bloody repression, killing about 600 people and wounding more than 30,000, followed by a campaign of assassinations, assassination attempts and kidnappings of activists, which were attributed to armed factions loyal to Iran, which now enjoy strong influence in Iraq.


And the "Washington Post" newspaper published, last week, a report dealing with Al-Sadr's fortunes in the early general elections, noting that despite Al-Sadr's fraught relationship with the West over the past years, his party is likely to win the elections, and enjoy tacit support over Least, from Washington.


The report, which was published last Thursday, said that al-Sadr is constantly changing his positions. Since 2003, the cleric has presented himself in various forms, as the leader of a sectarian militia at times, and as a revolutionary figure, and a patriot capable of uniting the country, at other times.


The report adds that "Al-Sadr was at times dependent on Iranian support, but today he publicly rejects the influence of neighboring countries on Iraq."

The "Washington Post" report indicates that "the senior leadership of the Sadrist movement says today for the first time that they want to use their potential dominance, which was predicted by voter polls, to choose the next prime minister of Iraq."


The newspaper quotes the head of the Sadrist movement's political body, Nassar al-Rubaie, as saying that "we cannot have a prime minister now without the support of the Sadrists."


"The Sadrists sought to increase their international legitimacy by appearing as a pro-state party," says Laheeb Hegel, an analyst at the International Crisis Group.


She adds, "This is why we have seen the Sadrists interact more with Western countries, including the Americans and Europeans," noting that "Al-Sadr is promoting himself as a pragmatic and pivotal option in Iraqi politics."


The newspaper quoted a senior Western official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak with the press, as saying, "I think at this point we are looking at Al-Sadr as a better patriot than the other options." 


The newspaper points out that "the Sadrists have taken in recent months a more cautious path than the Iraqi parties allied with Iran, which called for the expulsion of the remaining US forces in Iraq."


Nassar al-Rubaie says the Sadrists "oppose any presence of foreign forces on Iraqi soil."


He adds, "When it comes to logistical support, training, equipment and airspace, this is not a political issue," noting that "the decision in this regard is up to the specialists in these issues," according to the newspaper.


And he continues, "a non-combat role for US forces can be acceptable."


On the other hand, the report accuses the Sadrists of consolidating their influence in all parts of the Iraqi government by controlling key positions in the civil service.
 

He says that research conducted by the London-based Chatham House Research Center showed that "the loyalists of Sadr today dominate the largest share of the private ranks, which in turn allowed them to exploit a huge amount of public resources for the benefit of the Sadrist movement."


To ensure the continued flow of funds, the report notes that the Sadrists were able to control the body responsible for awarding civil service positions.


Sometimes the Sadrists supported technocratic ministers, who in practice had less power than the civil servants who were supposed to work under them.


The report quotes a former minister, who spoke on condition of anonymity for security reasons, as saying: "On the first day, I realized that there were just piles of contracts they (the Sadrists) were waiting for me to sign."

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, in a tweet on Twitter, congratulated the elected representatives, as well as the political forces that will form the next parliament, expressing his hope that it will be a council of work, construction and support for the state.
Yesterday, Monday evening, the Independent High Electoral Commission announced the (non-final) results of the legislative elections in their private and public ballots in all governorates of the country, and the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners, Judge Jalil Adnan Khalaf, indicated that the total number of voters in the general poll reached 9 million and 77 thousand voters, which represents a percentage of 41% of the total number of eligible voters.
Khalaf said in a press conference followed by "Al-Sabah": "The number of complaints reached 74," noting that "there are no red complaints now," and added that "starting from (today, Tuesday, October 12), the commission will receive electoral appeals for a period of 3 days." He pointed out that "complaints and appeals will be submitted within the legal ceiling," and said: "The appeals may be somewhat positive and we will wait for the (final announcement) of the results."
He added that "the results of the manual counting and sorting were identical to the electronic one in the private and public votes," noting that "the commission published the preliminary results of the elections for all governorates." The commission had stated in a previous statement that "the initial voter turnout in the general poll amounted to 41%," and added that "the number of voters for the receiving stations amounted to more than 9 million, and that the number of complaints in the private vote amounted to 16, and the number of complaints in the general vote was 58."
The commission indicated the percentage of voting for these elections as follows: Basra 40%, Maysan 43%, Qadisiyah 42%, Dhi Qar 42%, Najaf 41%, Muthanna 44%, Baghdad - Rusafa 31%, Baghdad - Karkh 34%, Karbala 44%, Babil 46%, Diyala 46%, Anbar 43%, Wasit 44%, Dohuk 54%, Erbil 46%, Sulaymaniyah 37%, Salah al-Din 48%, Kirkuk 44%, Nineveh 42%.
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The Independent High Electoral Commission announced yesterday, Monday, the preliminary (not final) results of the early parliamentary elections 2021, and "Al-Sabah" publishes the list of winning candidates in the 18 governorates, according to the commission's figures, according to the (women's seats quota of 25%) and (the quota of components is 9 seats). And "Al-Sabah" reiterates that these numbers and the lists of winners listed on the Commission's website (not final) are awaiting appeals during the next three days.
 
Preliminary results in Baghdad / Rusafa Governorate:
 
First District / Rusafa
Alaa Sukkar Sarhan Jarallah Al-Delfi
Ziyad Tariq Abdullah Hamad Al-Janabi
Ahmed Jassem Saber Muhammad Al-Asadi
 
The second district / Al-Rusafa
Governor Abbas Musa Al-Zamili
Hassan Karim Matar Shamkhi Al Kaabi
Mohan Hashem Thaleb Shabib Al-Saadi
Maha Al Douri
 
Third District / Rusafa
Ali Fadala Hassan Hammoud Al-Faridawi
Jabbar Ramadan gesture by Ali Al-Busauri
Firas Hussein Kazem Taher Al-Fartousi
 
Fourth District / Rusafa
Qais Ghamis Hussein Dohan Al-Fartousi
Hussein Ali Hussein Kamash Al-Kinani
Baqer Kazem Nasser Jaber Al Saadi
 
Fifth District / Rusafa
Muhannad Jabbar, the torment of Salem Al-Khazraji
Lubna Abdulaziz Muhammad Hussain Al-Lami
Saeed Obaid Kazem Khalifa Al Mousawi
 
Sixth District / Rusafa
Aisha Ghazal Mahdi Madhan Al-Masari
Ali Hussein Alwan Kazem Al-Saadi
Muhammad Hassan Radi Saud Al-Qadri
Abbas Al-Jubouri
 
Seventh District / Rusafa
Safaa Abdulnabi Jabr Sudkhan Al-Tamimi
Mohamed Saadoun Hatem Sayhoud Al-Sudani
Muhammed Shaya Sabbar Hatem Al-Sudani
Ibtisam Al-Tamimi
 
Eighth Circuit / Rusafa
Ahmed Salim Abdul Rahman Ali Al Ahmadi
Thaer Abdul-Jalil about the quality of Al-Shuwaili
Abdullah Hassan Abdul Salman Al-Yasiri
 
Ninth District / Rusafa
Atwan Sayed Hassan Thamer Al Atwani
Star Jabbar Abdullah Hassan Al-Atabi
Jawad Ahmed Radi Ali Al Mozani
Ibtisam Swailem Owaid Waheed Al-Budairi
 
Tenth District / Rusafa
Hossam Ghazi Abbas Jaber Al Saadi
Ali Faisal Fahad Fayadh Al Fayyad
Shaima Al Daraji
 
Preliminary results in Baghdad / Karkh governorate:
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Alia Nassif Jassim Aziz Al-Obaidi
Mahdi Ghadban, grapes of Fajr Al-Khikani
Taqi Nasser Majid Taqi Al-Faraj Allah
 
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Gandhi Muhammed Abdul Karim Abdul Qadir Al Kazanzani
Ali Youssef Hammoud Naji Al-Moussawi
Ali Hassan Abdulhadi Abdulkarim Al-Saadi
 
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Mahmoud Hussein Mutlaq Shalash Al-Qaisi
Talal Khudair Abbas as Eid Al Zobaie
Karim Youssef Hassan Ali Al-Bosoda
 
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Mahmoud Fahd Abdel Jamili's unit
Sardi Nayef Abbas Sardi Al Bomahi
Haider Abdul Karim Khalaf Muhammad Al-Ghadbawi
 
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Haider Madi Aboud Sarhan Al Ameri
Laila Mahdi Abdul-Hussein Hadi Al-Tamimi
Hussein Hashem Bakr Hussein Al-Amri
Suhaila Najm Abdullah Jassim Al Sultani
 
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Laith Mustafa Hammoud Jazaa Al-Dulaimi
Mahmoud Daoud Salman Musa Al-Mashhadani
Ahmed Ismail Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Mashhadani
 
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Mahmoud Khalaf Ali Hassan Al-Obaidi
Hamed Ahmed Saleh Al Hussein Al Kargoli
Salem Sawadi Khasaf Hussein Al-Gharawi
 
 
 
 
Preliminary results in Nineveh Governorate:
first circle
 
Ikhlas Sabah Khader Hussain Al-Dulaimi
Tohma Abdullah Hammadi Handal Al-Lahibi
Dreams of Ramadan Fattah Ismail Kakai
 
second circle
Sherif Suleiman Ali Blink Al Bastaki
Kavin Said Mohamed Ahmed Kali Romani
Shirwan Jamal Khader Khaled Al Dobardani
 
third circle
Mahma Khalil Qassem Hassan
Fian Dakhil Saeed Khader
Majed Khalaf Hamou Masto
 
Fourth Circuit
Mohammed Farman Shaher Salman Al-Jubouri
Ibrahim Mohammed Qabo Hussam Al Othman
Naif air conditioner Shanan Dabbas Al Shammari
 
Fifth District
Falah Hassan Zidan Khalaf Al-Lhaibi
Abdul Rahim Jassim Muhammad Mutlaq Muhammed Mutlaq
Mansour Mareed Attia Hamad Al-Jubouri
 
Sixth Circuit
Thabet Muhammad Saeed Reda Khader Bashar
Watban Jamil Mansour Abdulaziz Al-Jubouri
Khaled Sultan Hashem Ahmed Al-Taei
 
Seventh Circuit
Muzahim Qassem Hamou Ahmed Al-Khayat
Muntaha Abdulwahab Fadel Abbas Al-Fadil
Luqman Najm Ahmed Najm Al-Rashidi
 
Eighth Circuit
Youssef Faraj Muhammad Abdullah Al-Sabawi
Jamil Abed Mahmoud Plumber Matawhi
Latif Mustafa Ahmed Hassan Al Warshan
 
Preliminary results in Basra Governorate:
 
first circle
Asaad Abdul Amir
Hussein Talib Abdul Bari Ali Al Hamada
Mustafa Jabbar Sanad Zabeen Al-Maryani
Hanan Al-Busaimi
 
second circle
Uday Awad Kazem Mahmoud Al-Husseini
Amer Hussain Jassim Ali Al-Fayez
Ali Abdul Sattar Salman Aswan
Mayada Al Kaabi
 
third circle
Abdul-Amir Najm Abdullah Mdaloul Al-Mayahi
The Messenger of Abdul-Jabbar Kesheesh Amer Al-Halfi
The victory of Hassan Youssef Hassan Al-Jazaery
Ahmed Taha Yassin
 
Fourth Circuit
Ali Shaddad Faris Shaheel Al-Jourani
Muhannad Abbas Alwan Muhammad Khazali
Haitham Abdul-Jabbar Muhammad Fahd Al-Zarkani
salmon flower 
 
Fifth District
Adnan Ashour Adnan Abdullah Al-Jabri
Dergham Sabah Abdulmohsen Armash Al-Maliki
Haider Mustafa, obsessed with badgers
Amal Tohme
 
Sixth Circuit
Ghassan Adnan Ishaq Mahuder Al-Eidani
Suhaila Aufi Abdulhassan Younis Al-Ajrash
Walid Muhammad Abdul-Khader Sultan Al-Sharifi
 
Preliminary results in Babil Governorate: 
 
first circle
Asaad Moneim Abdul-Kadhim 
Hanan Saeed Al-Fatlawi
Haider Muhammed Kazem
Yasser Iskandar Jawad
 
second circle
Hassan Madi's call
Mustafa Khalil Nassif
Sadiq Melool Hamad
Amir Kamel Muhammed 
Ahmed Fawaz Mutlak
 
third circle 
Hussain Al-Sabri 
Ali Turki 
Thaer Al-Jubouri 
Soha in the name of Abdul Amir 
 
Fourth Circuit 
Hello Al-Shammari 
Adnan Faihan 
Thamer Theban 
Maha Al Janabi
Yasser Hashem Al Husseini
 
Preliminary results in Anbar Governorate:
 
first circle
Mohammed Rekan Al-Halbousi
Mustafa Ahmed Arsan Mashout
Yahya Ghazi Abdel Latif
 Samia Mohamed Khalifa Ghallab 
 
second circle 
 Ali Farhan Hamid
 Akram Abed Mukhlif 
Fahad Mishaan Turkish
Ibtisam Muhammed Darb
 
third circle
Hibit Hamad Abbas Abdul-Jabbar 
Salem Matar Abed Hassan
Nahla Jabbar Khalifa
 
 Fourth Circuit
Adel Khamis Abdel Latif 
Ahmed Rashid Khalaf 
Names Osama Abdel Rahman
Younes Saab is a slow star
 
Preliminary results in Dhi Qar Governorate:
 
first circle 
Alaa Al-Rikabi 
princess of tabby   
Mahmoud shaker 
 
second circle 
Daoud Aidan 
Ghayeb Faisal 
inside satisfied 
Marwa Rahim Attia
 
third circle 
Kazem Musa 
Adel Hashush 
Ammar Majid 
Ibtisam Awad Hamidi 
 
Fourth Circuit
Nissan Abdul Reda 
Hussein Nima and tricks 
Haider Karim Mohamed 
Yas Khudhair Jaweed 
Ola Al-Nashi    
 
Fifth District 
Falah Hassan 
Arif Abd Ali 
Ghassan Hashem
Hoda Thamer
 
Preliminary results in Sulaymaniyah Governorate:
 
first circle
Rebwar Ur Rahman And Sta
Yadkar Mahmoud
Nermin Maarouf Forgiving
 
second circle
Badria Ibrahim Rashid
Briar Rashid Sharif
aso unique
 
third circle
Puppy Hamad Sharif 
Muthanna Amin Nader 
Aryan Aziz Ahmed 
 
Fourth Circuit 
Sarwa Abdul Wahed Qader 
Soran Omar Said 
Gharib Ahmed Mustafa 
 
Fifth District
Good luck Hussein Qader
Shawan Muhammad Rostom
Sarwa Mohammed Rashid
 
Kirkuk primary election results:
 
 first circle 
Shakuran Abdullah 
Omid Muhammad
Dylan Forgiving 
morning able
dominate me 
 
 second circle 
Arshad Al-Salihi
Kaylan Qader 
Najwa Hamid 
Sawsan Abdel Wahed
 
third circle
Mohammed Tamim 
Happy Rakan
Wasfi Al-Asi
 
Dohuk primary election results:
 
first circle
Jamal Ahmed Mohamed
Khaled Selim Amin
Khalil Ghazi
 
second circle
Skfan Youssef Bashar
Omar Saleh Omar
Abdul Wahed Ahmed Rashid
 
third circle
Good luck Shehab Pasha
Jia Taymour Abdul
Iman Abdul Razzaq
 
Diyala primary election results:
 
first circle
Ahmed Rahim Al-Moussawi
Raad Hamid Al-Dahlaki
Taha Yassin Al-Majma'i
Muhammad Qutaiba al-Bayati
Asma Hamid Kambash
 
second circle
Hammam Ali Al-Tamimi
Salah Mahdi Al-Tamimi
Nahida Zaid Al-Dayni
 
third circle
Burhan Kazem Al-Mamouri
Salem Ibrahim Al-Anbaki
Nawras Mahmoud Al-Issa
 
Fourth Circuit
Suzan Mansour Al-Dalawi
Mudar Maan Al-Karawi
Ahmed Mazhar Al-Jubouri
 
Preliminary results in Al-Diwaniyah Governorate:
 
first circle
Haider Al-Haddad 
Mohamed Nouri
Bassem Al-Gharabi 
The victory of Jawad Kazem Al-Ghurabi
 
second circle
Nazem Al-Shibli  
Faisal Al-Naeli 
Siham Al Moussawi 
 
third circle
Jawad Bolani 
Abbas Shuail 
Abeer Al Hilali 
Haider Sheikhan
 
Preliminary results in Al-Muthanna Governorate:
 
first circle 
Abdul Abbas Jassim Mansour
In the name of Khazal Khashan
Muhammad Radi Al-Zayadi
Khadija Wadi Mazar
 
second circle 
Muhammad Rasool Al Rumaithi
Faleh Sari Abdashi
Mona Yasser Al-Makouter
 
Preliminary results in Maysan Governorate:
 
first circle
Ahmed Kamel Darraji
Mohammed Jaber Al Kaabi
Branches of Fartoosi
 
second circle
Mahmoud Al Kaabi
Jassim Al Mousawi
Zainab Al-Rubaie
 
The third circle
Mohammed Al-Tamimi
Youssef Al-Nawfali
Bahaa Al-Nouri
Mona Elmohammadawy
 
Component seat winner
Osama Karim Al-Badri
 
Preliminary results in Wasit Governorate:
 
first circle
Ahmed Badr
Sondos Abdel Hussein
Ali Gharkan
Salem carpets
 
second circle
In the name of Naghmesh
Mohammed Jawad
Zeina Hussein
 
third circle
Ali Farag
Adnan Burhan
good victory
charitable merits
 
Preliminary results in the holy city of Karbala:
 
first circle
Tariq Kataifa
Shaima Al-Saeedi       
Mousavi's influence            
Firas Al Maslamawy     
 
second circle
Yasser Sakhil           
Hussein Al-Ghanimi
Amna Al-Asadi
 
third circle
Mohammed Jassim Mohammed
Raed Al-Fatlawi
Ahmed Jawad Abbasiya
Esraa Nasrawy
 
Preliminary results in Najaf Governorate:
 
first circle
 Hassan Azari
Mohamed Anouz
Hadi Al Salami
Meet Al Yassin
 
The second circuit:
Mohsen Elffakh
Abdul Hadi Abbasi
Haider Tariq
Hadeel Al-Rahimi
 
Preliminary results in Salah al-Din Governorate:
 
first circle 
Muthanna Abdul Samad Al-Samarrai 
Shaalan Karim 
Khaled Al Darraji 
Hind Muhammed Salih
 
second circle 
Ammar Al-Jabour Al-Jubouri
Mahdi Taqi Al-Amerli
Karim Shakur
Nazik Mahdi
 
third circle 
Ahmed Abdullah Al-Jubouri
Haitham Al-Zahwan
Mishaan Al-Jubouri 
Bushra Al-Qaisi
 
Preliminary results in Erbil Governorate:
 
first circle
 Nehru Kader  
Siban dear 
Muhammed Siddiq Muhammed 
 
second circle
Minister Ahmed 
numb Ali Sadiq 
Amanj Mahmoud Harki 
 
third circle
Repwar Hadi Abdul Rahman 
Vian Abdel Aziz 
Laila Akram Said
 
Fourth Circuit
Mohamed Ismail Omar 
Mariwan Qarni Ibrahim 
morning sobhi
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Political Analyst: Missed the opportunity for change
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The political analyst, Najm Al-Qassab, commented on the parliamentary elections and their results, saying, "The opportunity for change has passed."
 

Al-Qassab said; For the "State Dialogue" program broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel tonight, "The commission did not come from the wombs of the parties, but was formed from judges far from positions, and for the first time announced the results within 24 hours of holding the elections and clearly in front of the media."
He added, "The previous law prevented independents and allowed partisans, and there was no attendance of the citizen and there was an opportunity for the voter to go to the polls, but they missed the change." 
Al-Qassab continued, "Those who went to the polls early are the partisans. In the last hours, the hesitant voters began to vote. If the commission had extended two hours for voting, it would have opened the door to leave the faces of the political process."
He ruled out, "The prime minister is from the womb of the Sadrist movement, and that Mustafa Al-Kazemi still has chances with all political blocs."
Al-Qassab pointed out that "the next parliament will be different from the previous ones, and that some MPs who won the early elections have corruption files on them, and their files will be opened and the accountability of the corrupt cannot end with announcing their repentance."
He expected "the next government to resort to effective economic measures," but "no violations or accusations of fraud and promotion have been recorded at the polling stations."
Iraq had witnessed universal suffrage for the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, and the Electoral Commission announced that the results of manual and electronic counting matched 100% in the general suffrage.
She said that the initial voting rates for these elections amounted to 41% of the total (94%) of the receiving stations, and the number of voters for the receiving stations reached (9,077,779) voters.
She pointed out that the number of complaints for private voting amounted to (16) complaints, while the number of complaints for public voting reached (58) complaints.
On Monday, the commission announced the preliminary results of the elections.

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The Electoral Commission is holding a "very important" conference today
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Electoral Commission announced that it had held a press conference, which it described as "very important."

In a brief statement, Al-Furat News Agency received a copy of, the Commission called on the media to attend the conference, which will be held at four o'clock this afternoon, and cover it.

The Electoral Commission announced yesterday the preliminary results of the parliamentary elections, with a participation rate of 41%.

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The IHEC sets 3 days for submitting appeals against the election results
  
{Local: Al Furat News} The Electoral Commission announced the start of the process of submitting appeals against the election results, noting that the deadline for submitting appeals will last for three days, starting today, Tuesday.

Electoral Commission spokeswoman Jumana Al-Ghalay said in a press statement, "The deadline for submitting appeals against the election results begins one day after the results are announced, and lasts for three days," noting that 25 complaints were received on the special ballot, and 94 complaints on the general ballot.

She pointed out that "under Article 20 of the Electoral Law, the decisions of the Board of Commissioners regarding the results are appealed within three days, starting from the day following the publication, and the Commission responds to the appeals submitted to it or to the Judicial Commission for Elections within a period not exceeding seven working days from the date of publication. The request is received, while the electoral judiciary decides on the appeal within a period not exceeding ten working days from the date of the commission’s response to the appeal. After all the administrative procedures are completed, it is decided to announce and ratify the names of the next members of the House of Representatives.

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The provincial electoral offices, the commission's office, within the electoral judiciary, and in the national office of the commission.. These are the four bodies designated by the Iraqi Electoral Commission to receive appeals over the last polling process.

According to statements to the Iraqi News Agency, INA , Commission spokeswoman Jumana al-Ghalay said: "The submission of appeals is in the electoral district offices, the commission's office, and in the electoral judiciary."

 

Viola von Cramon, Head of the European Union Election Observation Mission to the Republic of Iraq, visits a polling station during early voting for the Iraqi parliamentary elections in a special operation, in Baghdad, Iraq, October 8, 2021.

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Regarding the National Office of the Commission, Al-Ghalay confirmed that a "committee of employees of the Legal Complaints and Appeals Department has been formed to receive appeals in the Department of Political Parties and Organizations."

 

On the mechanism for working on the appeals, the spokeswoman for the Iraqi High Electoral Commission said: "The Commission has formed a committee to classify complaints in the electoral district offices, and it will be headed by members of the judges from the Board of Commissioners, and the committee includes a general manager and a technical employee specialized in technical aspects of the Information Technology Department, as well as an employee A legal specialist in complaints and appeals.

She pointed out that "each committee includes in its membership a consultant who specializes in classifying complaints from the United Nations Electoral Assistance Office" Alyo Nami.

She said that "the committees are responsible for classifying complaints on the days of public and private polls for the 2021 parliamentary elections and sorting them into green, yellow or red complaints."

The Independent High Electoral Commission of Iraq, has opened today, Tuesday, the door to submit appeals on the election results, set a period of 10 days to decide on those appeals.

It is noteworthy that the Iraqi elections, which were launched for a general vote, on Sunday, were attended, according to the commission , by more than 3,000 candidates distributed over 83 electoral districts, vying to win 329 seats in the Iraqi parliament.

The elections were held in 8,273 polling stations nationwide, in which 1,249 international observers and 147152 local observers participated, according to the spokeswoman for the Independent High Electoral Commission, Jumana Al-Ghalai.

 

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She added: "On this occasion, the Government Media Cell extends its thanks and appreciation to all media colleagues and all their specializations who represented media institutions, on this distinguished Iraqi day. The great, so they conveyed a wonderful picture of the new democratic Iraq, so that the whole world would be fascinated by the level of great success achieved in these elections, technically, in the media and on the security front.   electoral path At six o'clock yesterday evening, the general polls were closed in all Iraqi provinces, as part of the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, after they opened their doors to vote at seven o'clock in the morning, Baghdad time. The spokeswoman for the Independent High Electoral Commission, Jumana Al-Ghalay, said in a press interview: "The number of polling stations in the general vote reached 8,273 centers, with more than 55 thousand stations," noting that "1249 international observers participated in monitoring the general poll, while the number of media professionals reached The 510 internationals who participated in the coverage of the universal suffrage, while the local observers numbered 147,152. She added that "the number of polling stations in Rusafa reached 1,032, Karkh 792, Erbil 498, Anbar 380, Basra 514, Sulaymaniyah more than 500, Diwaniyah 289, Muthanna 170, Najaf 336, Babel 413, Duhok 264 polling stations. Diyala 483 polling stations, Dhi Qar 440 centers, Salah al-Din 312 centers, Karbala 244 centers, Kirkuk 315 centers, Maysan 230 centers, Nineveh 753 centers, Wasit more than 300 polling stations.   Funds transfer insurance And the Independent High Electoral Commission announced in a statement that the boxes will be moved after their closure across the country yesterday evening, Sunday evening, with a tight plan by the Supreme Security Committee for Elections and through "army aviation" to the offices designated for them in Baghdad and some other provinces.  The statement added, "The (memory stick) will be sent to the National Office to be counted and sorted electronically, and all the devices and equipment of the Commission will be transferred from the schools to their respective sites in order to hand the schools over to the Ministry of Education."   first voter Yesterday, Sunday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi supervised electoral security at the headquarters of the joint operations, while he issued directives during his visit to the headquarters of the joint operations. The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasoul, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi was the first to vote with the opening of the polling stations' doors," noting that "Al-Kazemi then visited the headquarters of the Joint Operations Command to follow up on the operation." universal suffrage in detail. Major General Rasoul added, "Al-Kazemi's directives included that the armed forces be neutral," stressing that "Al-Kazemi personally supervises the plan to secure the elections and directed the provision of full protection to the polling stations." Yesterday, Sunday, the European Union mission to monitor the Iraqi elections confirmed that no technical or technical problems were recorded in the polling stations. "The mission has not recorded any violations since the start of general voting," the mission's head, Viola von Kramon, said in a press conference followed by "Al-Sabah".   Manual counting draw The Independent High Electoral Commission conducted, at five o'clock yesterday evening, Sunday, a lottery process to select the counting stations and manual counting for general voting within the province of Baghdad and the rest of the provinces. The Director of the Information and Communication Department of the Commission, Hassan Salman, said in a press conference: "The commission conducted 17 lottery operations to select the counting stations and manual sorting for general voting," and added that "the process was conducted in accordance with Article 38 of the Elections Law, first paragraph, which stipulated the selection of one station. In each polling station, the process of counting and counting is done manually, and the selection of the station will be central in the national office. He continued: "The polling stations were classified based on the number of stations in each polling station, for example, there is a polling center in which there are 4 stations and there are 6, and the stations were classified on this basis, and the totals that appeared to us after the classification ranged from 1 to 18 stations, given that the smallest center It has one station, and the largest center has 18 stations.”   Monitoring Network Report In addition, the (Coalition of National Networks and Organizations) issued a detailed report on the day of the general vote, and the report announced by the coalition in a press conference and published by "Al-Sabah" within the policy of the (Iraqi Media Network) is neutral in electoral coverage, that "until the closure of the public vote, it issued ( The Coalition of National Networks and Organizations) observing the elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, three reports covering the voting period from seven in the morning until six in the evening. The coalition added that "the results of the final report were extracted from 1920 reports sent by the coalition's observers deployed throughout the electoral centers, and that 152 observers or candidate agents, or 7.91 percent, were excluded from the polling stations." The report documented, "The number of stations that did not close at the specified time (at 6 pm), amounted to 34, or 1.77%." to 178, or 9.27%. The report indicated that "the number of polling stations in which no one objected to the announced results, reached 35, and this constituted a percentage close to 1.82%," noting that "a malfunction occurred in 128 polling stations, where a malfunction was observed in the rapid counting and sorting device, i.e. a percentage of 6.67%". The report of the (Coalition of Networks and National Organizations) monitoring the elections of the Iraqi parliament concluded that "the participation rate reached (38%)", according to the figures of the (coalition) and not the figures of the Independent High Electoral Commission, which is expected to announce the participation rate soon within the hours. coming. It is noteworthy that the (Alliance of National Networks and Organizations) observing the Iraqi Parliament elections includes (Shams Network), (Ain Network), (Freedom Ambassadors Network), (Alliance of Iraqi Minorities), (Tamuz Organization for Social Development) and (We Watch). It is one of the most important networks and civil organizations observing elections.
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      Today.. Announcing the results of the 2021 elections
      Monday 11 October 2021 151
          Baghdad: Muhammad Al-Ansari   Photography: Nihad Al-Azzawi The Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Independent High Electoral Commission, Jalil Adnan, announced the success of the general vote in the early elections that took place yesterday, Sunday 10/10/2021, and that “the voices of the Iraqis who participated in the electoral process are a great trust in our necks and are inviolable,” noting that “the results of The elections and the percentage of participation in them will be announced in the next few hours."   Judge Jalil Adnan said in a press conference that followed the end of the poll, which was followed by "Al-Sabah": "The commission has sent messages of confidence and reassurance to the Iraqi street that their votes are a great trust in our necks, and they are inviolable," noting that "the announcement of the election results will be within the next 24 hours," and added, that "The technical defect that occurred in some electoral centers was quickly addressed," he said, adding that "the project was difficult and long in order to make the electoral process successful." He pointed out that "the electoral process witnessed high discipline inside the polling stations in a proud manner," noting that "the Commission will issue decisions regarding electoral violations and be published on the official website of the High Electoral Commission."   The success of the security plan For its part, the Supreme Security Committee for Elections announced the success of the security plan for securing the electoral process. The head of the Supreme Security Committee for Elections, Lieutenant-General Abdul-Amir Al-Shammari, said in a press conference: "The security forces have proven once again that they are up to the responsibility," noting that "the High Electoral Commission and the various security and military formations were very keen on the success of the security work." "Victory would not have been achieved without the attribution of the religious authority and its great support." The Supreme Elections Security Committee had issued strict orders, earlier on Sunday evening, to tighten security and protection measures around polling stations. The committee stated, in a statement, that it "issued strict orders to all security units in the capital, Baghdad, and the governorates to tighten security and protection measures around polling stations, registration centers and IHEC warehouses after the end of the general poll in order to preserve the integrity of the ballot boxes." The statement added, "The committee authorized the holding security forces to take maximum security measures and measures around these sites."   Praise and thanks The Chief of Staff of the Army, Lieutenant-General Abdul-Amir Rashid Yarallah, praised the efforts of the security forces during the electoral process. Yarallah said in a statement, addressing the security forces: “Iraq lived a new violet epic with great success through the success of security, technical and logistical plans and your great role in bearing the national responsibility for the success of this historic mission, as the types of our armed forces, including the ground forces, the air force, the army aviation, the ranks and other services, were integrated. with the requirements of the security plan. He added, "The units worked in all sectors of responsibility to secure full protection for all polling stations within (83) electoral districts along the geography of the great country during the two days of special voting and general suffrage, and diligent and continuous work throughout the preparations that preceded October 10, 2021, and it was an effort A very successful nationally, qualitatively, under the supervision of the Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and great efforts by the Independent High Electoral Commission and the Supreme Security Committee. He stressed that "our units of our valiant army witnessed a rapid movement with the support of the air force and army aviation to transport fighters to the polling stations and return them to the areas of responsibility of their units and to provide full support to the Independent High Electoral Commission and the Electoral Security Committee." He concluded by saying: "With this achievement and success, I greet you and offer you my highest thanks and appreciation, and our valiant army and security forces remain in the service and defense of the homeland and preserve the higher interests of the people and the state. May God protect Iraq, its people and its valiant army." The Government Media Cell also praised the great and distinguished role of all media outlets, which participated in covering the facts of the early general elections throughout Iraq on Sunday. And she said in a statement: "The media participating in the extensive coverage of the elections demonstrated a patriotic position that amounts to the role the media plays in conveying the truth to the people, which encouraged many citizens to participate in the elections and cast their votes, with great confidence." She added: "On this occasion, the Government Media Cell extends its thanks and appreciation to all media colleagues and all their specializations who represented media institutions, on this distinguished Iraqi day. The great, so they conveyed a wonderful picture of the new democratic Iraq, so that the whole world would be fascinated by the level of great success achieved in these elections, technically, in the media and on the security front.   electoral path At six o'clock yesterday evening, the general polls were closed in all Iraqi provinces, as part of the first early parliamentary elections after 2003, after they opened their doors to vote at seven o'clock in the morning, Baghdad time. The spokeswoman for the Independent High Electoral Commission, Jumana Al-Ghalay, said in a press interview: "The number of polling stations in the general vote reached 8,273 centers, with more than 55 thousand stations," noting that "1249 international observers participated in monitoring the general poll, while the number of media professionals reached The 510 internationals who participated in the coverage of the universal suffrage, while the local observers numbered 147,152. She added that "the number of polling stations in Rusafa reached 1,032, Karkh 792, Erbil 498, Anbar 380, Basra 514, Sulaymaniyah more than 500, Diwaniyah 289, Muthanna 170, Najaf 336, Babel 413, Duhok 264 polling stations. Diyala 483 polling stations, Dhi Qar 440 centers, Salah al-Din 312 centers, Karbala 244 centers, Kirkuk 315 centers, Maysan 230 centers, Nineveh 753 centers, Wasit more than 300 polling stations.   Funds transfer insurance And the Independent High Electoral Commission announced in a statement that the boxes will be moved after their closure across the country yesterday evening, Sunday evening, with a tight plan by the Supreme Security Committee for Elections and through "army aviation" to the offices designated for them in Baghdad and some other provinces.  The statement added, "The (memory stick) will be sent to the National Office to be counted and sorted electronically, and all the devices and equipment of the Commission will be transferred from the schools to their respective sites in order to hand the schools over to the Ministry of Education."   first voter Yesterday, Sunday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi supervised electoral security at the headquarters of the joint operations, while he issued directives during his visit to the headquarters of the joint operations. The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasoul, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi was the first to vote with the opening of the polling stations' doors," noting that "Al-Kazemi then visited the headquarters of the Joint Operations Command to follow up on the operation." universal suffrage in detail. Major General Rasoul added, "Al-Kazemi's directives included that the armed forces be neutral," stressing that "Al-Kazemi personally supervises the plan to secure the elections and directed the provision of full protection to the polling stations." Yesterday, Sunday, the European Union mission to monitor the Iraqi elections confirmed that no technical or technical problems were recorded in the polling stations. "The mission has not recorded any violations since the start of general voting," the mission's head, Viola von Kramon, said in a press conference followed by "Al-Sabah".   Manual counting draw The Independent High Electoral Commission conducted, at five o'clock yesterday evening, Sunday, a lottery process to select the counting stations and manual counting for general voting within the province of Baghdad and the rest of the provinces. The Director of the Information and Communication Department of the Commission, Hassan Salman, said in a press conference: "The commission conducted 17 lottery operations to select the counting stations and manual sorting for general voting," and added that "the process was conducted in accordance with Article 38 of the Elections Law, first paragraph, which stipulated the selection of one station. In each polling station, the process of counting and counting is done manually, and the selection of the station will be central in the national office. He continued: "The polling stations were classified based on the number of stations in each polling station, for example, there is a polling center in which there are 4 stations and there are 6, and the stations were classified on this basis, and the totals that appeared to us after the classification ranged from 1 to 18 stations, given that the smallest center It has one station, and the largest center has 18 stations.”   Monitoring Network Report In addition, the (Coalition of National Networks and Organizations) issued a detailed report on the day of the general vote, and the report announced by the coalition in a press conference and published by "Al-Sabah" within the policy of the (Iraqi Media Network) is neutral in electoral coverage, that "until the closure of the public vote, it issued ( The Coalition of National Networks and Organizations) observing the elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, three reports covering the voting period from seven in the morning until six in the evening. The coalition added that "the results of the final report were extracted from 1920 reports sent by the coalition's observers deployed throughout the electoral centers, and that 152 observers or candidate agents, or 7.91 percent, were excluded from the polling stations." The report documented, "The number of stations that did not close at the specified time (at 6 pm), amounted to 34, or 1.77%." to 178, or 9.27%. The report indicated that "the number of polling stations in which no one objected to the announced results, reached 35, and this constituted a percentage close to 1.82%," noting that "a malfunction occurred in 128 polling stations, where a malfunction was observed in the rapid counting and sorting device, i.e. a percentage of 6.67%". The report of the (Coalition of Networks and National Organizations) monitoring the elections of the Iraqi parliament concluded that "the participation rate reached (38%)", according to the figures of the (coalition) and not the figures of the Independent High Electoral Commission, which is expected to announce the participation rate soon within the hours. coming. It is noteworthy that the (Alliance of National Networks and Organizations) observing the Iraqi Parliament elections includes (Shams Network), (Ain Network), (Freedom Ambassadors Network), (Alliance of Iraqi Minorities), (Tamuz Organization for Social Development) and (We Watch). It is one of the most important networks and civil organizations observing elections.
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