Election results announced for 6 more provinces in Iraq
Iraq’s Independent High Commission for Elections announced the results for 6 more provinces.
Iraq’s Independent High Commission for Elections announced the results for Nineveh, Sulaymaniyah, Hewler, Najaf, Salahaddin and Meysan, excluding Kirkuk and Duhok.
The Nasr Coalition led by Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abadi came first in Nineveh, while KDP came second.
In Hewler (Erbil), KDP is in first place and PUK in second, while the New Generation came in third and the Coalition for Democracy and Justice came in fourth.
In Sulaymaniyah, PUK is in first place, Gorran in second and New Generation in third.
According to official results, the votes in provinces are as follows:
New Generation: 69.123
Coalition for Democracy and Justice: 49.266
New Generation: 61.638
Coalition for Democracy and Justice: 44.978
Nasr Coalition: 164.000
Vataniyye Coalition: 97.000
Fetih Coalition: 73.000
Iraq Qerar Coalition: 65.000
In the Salahaddin province to the north of Iraq, the National Popular Coalition led by Governor Ahmed Abdullah Abid Khalaf al-Jubouri came in first, while the Fetih (Conquest) Coalition led by Hashd al-Shaabi commander Hadi Amiri came second and Vataniyye Coalition third.
The Sairun Coalition supported by Shia leader Muqtada as Sadr received the most votes and came in first.
Iraq’s Independent High Commission for Elections announced that the results for Kirkuk and Duhok provinces will be announced later today due to some technical issues.