The coalition of victory: Ani will fall and will return the Fatalawi and Mishan Jubouri to parliament


Political situation

Thursday 7 June 2018 5:54 pm

Baghdad / .. The coalition of victory, led by Haider Abadi, on Thursday, that the recent decisions taken by the House of Representatives on the amendments to the election law will change a lot of the form of the new parliament, indicating that some of the faces that have stepped up the parliament will emerge from it, and vice versa.

A leading coalition, for the “eye of Iraq News,” that “there are those who lost will return to the parliament winning seats that qualify him, most notably the current parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri will return to parliament after he lost,” noting that “the next phase, will be very serious and Iraq Many problems because of the political crises that will emerge because of the new results, which will be different from the original. “

The leader, who asked not to be named, said that “the coalition is currently awaiting the opinion of the Iraqi judiciary on these developments,” noting that “all political blocs will be affected by the result of manual counting, and coalition others if I said his chances in may instruct his audience to return to demonstrations again.”

He pointed out that “there are known names will return to the parliament again, such as Hanan al-Fatlawi and Mishan Jubouri, while others will fall like Dhafer al-Ani,” asserting that “boycotting the Sadrists for today’s meeting, evidence that they would lose their seats if the vote, but it happened, which will return On the benefit of Maliki, because he knows that the result of his party manipulated inside the polling stations ahead of the supporters of the Alliance Suron, may be delayed the results of the new elections to two months ahead. Finished


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