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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.
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.