Wednesday, May 25

Al-Sadr Will Participate In Iraq’s Election.

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Iraqi powerful Shia scholar has decided to take part in Iraq’s general elections to be held in October 2021. On July 15, 2021, Muqtada al-Sadr had threatened to boycott general elections over grievances with the Mustafa al-Kadhimi government. In the 2018 polls Saairun, the Communist Party of Iraq headed by Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr stood head and shoulders above all parties by Winning 54 seats. The Fatah Coalition headed by Hadi al-Amiri came in second with 47 seats. The Nasr coalition of the current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is third with 42 seats New party. Dawa (Maliki) IDP–IO Alliance State of Law Coalition Headed By Nouri al-Maliki Won 25 Seats. In the last polls, his party had acquired 92 seats in the election.

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Kurdistan Democratic Party headed By Nechervan Barzani had won 25 seats. Iraqi National Accord party Al-Wataniya headed By Ayad Allawi Belongs to the Shia merchant family of Iraq has Won 21 Seats. Defectors from ISCI Most of the Al-Muwatin National Wisdom Movement headed By Ammar al-Hakim won 19 seats, in the last election he had acquired 29 seats. Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Headed By Kosrat Rasul Ali Won 18 Seats 3 seats less than previous polls. Al-Hadba – Al-Hal – IIP Arab Project in Iraq heady By Sunni Arab leader Osama al-Nujaifi Won 14 seats 9 seats less than the previous election. Iraqi parliamentary election 2021 to be held on October 10th. As a result of the general election, President and Prime Minister will be chosen.

 

 

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