Barzani calls on Kurdish forces to rebuild relations with Baghdad on the basis of true partnership

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Barzani calls on Kurdish forces to rebuild relations with Baghdad on the basis of true partnership

{Political: Al Furat News} The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Masoud Barzani, called on the Kurdish parties to unite to achieve their common interests after the success of the electoral process, and to rebuild relations between the Kurdistan region and the federal Iraq on the basis of true partnership. 

A statement from his office said that Barzani “congratulates the Kurdistan people on the success of the Iraqi Parliament elections process and the Kurdistan Democratic Party’s victory in it.”

Barzani congratulated “the cadres, members and supporters of the party who were able to achieve victory in a calm civilized competition for the party and its approach and to bring comfort to the souls of the martyrs,” noting that “the victory of the party in these elections means the victory of the principles, values ​​and foundations on which the struggle of the Kurdistan people stands, and it is a message to all parties that the Kurdish people He does not, in any case, give up his history and values. 

Barzani added that the victory of the “Party” should turn into a reason for the officials, cadres and members of the “Party” to provide a greater service to the people, and they always remember the precious advice of Barzani (Mullah Mustafa) when he said, “Do not be arrogant in victory and do not despair of defeat.”

On this occasion, Barzani also thanked the Independent High Electoral Commission, the security services, and all concerned parties in the Kurdistan Region and the Federal Iraq, who were able to stay up late and be a reason for the success of the parliamentary electoral process, praising the role of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi in holding the elections.

He pointed out that the success of the electoral process is the victory of the people’s will and the victory of democracy, wishing after these elections that the Kurdish parties would be united and complementary to each other and to be together and work for a common goal for the sake of interests and to rebuild relations between the Kurdistan Region and the federal Iraq on the basis of true partnership.

Barzani reiterated, “Thank you to the people of Kurdistan, and special thanks to the steadfast people and people of faith in Kirkuk, the heart of Kurdistan.”

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The “Shiite Coordination Framework” challenges the election results: We will take all measures

politicsbreakingIraqi electionsShiite Coordination Framework 2021-10-11 19:02A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The so-called “coordinating framework”, which includes Shiite political forces, announced its rejection of the results of the legislative elections in Iraq.

The coordinating framework includes political forces and Shiite factions, such as the Al-Fateh Alliance, State of Law and Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq, in addition to the Hezbollah Brigades and other currents.

The coordinating framework stated in a statement, “In the interest of the democratic path and its credibility, and to achieve the obligations of the early elections called for by the religious authority, which stressed that they should be free, secure and fair, and in order to overcome the great doubts and problems that accompanied the 2018 elections and led to a political blockage that developed into unfortunate events in 2019 and from In order to support the democratic process and the integrity of the elections, we submitted all technical observations to the Electoral Commission, and the Commission pledged to address all these problems with practical steps.

He added, “But it did not abide by all the legal measures announced by it. Accordingly, we announce our appeal against the announced results and our non-acceptance of them, and we will take all available measures to prevent voter manipulation.”

This comes after the preliminary results of the elections showed a marked decline of prominent Shiite forces.

According to the preliminary results, Al-Fateh won 14 seats in the elections, after it came second in the previous elections in 2018, with 48 seats.

The “Sadr bloc” swept the rest of the blocs in densely populated Shiite areas in central and southern Iraq, with 73 seats, according to preliminary results. 

The Alliance of Progress led by Muhammad al-Halbousi came second with 41 seats, then the State of Law coalition led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with 37 seats, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Masoud Barzani with 32 seats.

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Al-Halbousi: We won 43 seats in parliament and we will ally with the political forces

10/11/2021 23:02

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Baghdad/The Obelisk: The leader of the National Progress Alliance and the former Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, announced that his alliance won 43 seats in the elections across Iraq, indicating that they will ally with those who put Iraq’s interest above narrow interests.

Muhammad Al-Halbousi said in a statement to Al-Masala that the National Progress Alliance won 43 seats at the level of Iraq, stressing that the Progress Party will demand the rights of all Iraqis, according to Rudaw Network.

He pointed out that they will ally themselves with all the benevolent political forces that will prevail over the interests of Iraq over narrow factional interests.

It is noteworthy that the preliminary results indicate that the Sadrist movement won 73 seats, while the State of Law coalition won 37 seats, while the Kurdistan Democratic Party won 32 seats.

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KURDISTAN REGION’S POLITICAL MAP SHIFTS IN IRAQ’S 2021 PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION

Voters walk into a polling station in Sulaimani on October 10, 2021 (NRT Digital Media)

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SULAIMANI — Iraq’s parliamentary election showed important changes in the political make up in the Kurdistan Region, with a large shift occurring in the political balance in Sulaimani governorate in particular.

On Monday (October 11), Iraq’s Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) released the official results a day after a low turnout result across Iraq.

The New Generation Movement, which was founded in 2018 as a response to the policies of the ruling parties, won nine seats in the Region’s governorates and Kirkuk, up from four in 2018.

Meanwhile, the two parties of the Kurdistan Coalition – the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and the Change Movement (Gorran) – had poor showings, with low turnout and voter frustration taking its toll in Sulaimani and nearly getting shut out of Erbil and Duhok.

As a result, the PUK won eighteen seats, including two in Nineveh and one in Saladin, and Gorran candidates running on the list failing to win any.

The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) won a total of 32 seats, including twenty-one in the Kurdistan Region’s three governorates with strong showings in Duhok and Erbil in particular, two in Kirkuk, and nine in Nineveh.

The Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU) won four seats and the Kurdistan Justice Group (KJG) took one.

The New Generation Movement had its best result in Sulaimani governorate, picking up five seats and winning the largest number of votes in four out of five districts.

In Sulaimani’s “1st District” in the northern part of the city, New Generation’s Rebwar Abdulrahman topped the poll and secured more than double the number of votes than his second place competitor. In the southern part of the city, the Movement’s Badrya Ibrahim Rashid also won the most votes.

New Generation candidate Aryan Aziz came in third in the Halabja-based “3rd District,” while Srwa Abdulwahid won the most votes in the “4th District” in Raparin.

In Garmian, the Movement’s Mofaq Hussein nearly won more votes (14,567) than all of the other three people who were elected in the 4-seat constituency combined (16,989).

In Erbil, New Generation candidates won the most votes of any of their competitors in two districts, with Wazira Ahmed winning in the “2nd District,” which includes Koya and Khabat, and Mohamed Ismael in the “4th District,” in eastern Erbil city.

The Movement’s Vian Abdulaziz won the second most in the “3rd District,” in the city’s western sections.

In Kirkuk, New Generation candidate Omed Muhammed won the second most votes in the governorate’s northern “1st District.”

The Movement was unable to secure any seats in Erbil’s “1stDistrict,” Kirkuk’s “2ndDistrict,” or in any of Duhok’s three constituencies.

(NRT Digital Media)

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Heavy caliber surprises are produced by the preliminary results of the Iraqi elections

Reports & AnalyticsbreakingElection surpriseswinning blocksNotable losers 2021-10-11 16:47A-AA+

Shafaq News/ Shafak News Agency concluded, on Monday evening, preliminary lines of the winning blocs’ map for the formation of the new Iraqi parliament, until the final results to be announced by the High Elections Commission draw the completed features of Parliament.

Shafak News obtained figures from the Electoral Commission showing that the Sadrist bloc led by Muqtada al-Sadr won 73 parliamentary seats, followed by a coalition led by former Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi with 41 seats, then the State of Law coalition led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with 37 seats, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Masoud Barzani with 32 seats.

With an outcome that some may see as unexpected, independent candidates won 20 parliamentary seats to get ahead of existing parties and political blocs that had political weight and mass weight until recently, followed by the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan led by the late former President Jalal Talabani with 17 seats despite his alliance with the Change Movement, which In turn, its candidates were unable to obtain a single seat.

The Azm Alliance, led by the Secretary-General of the Arab Project in Iraq, Khamis Al-Khanjar, won 15 seats, followed by the Al-Fateh Alliance, led by the Secretary-General of the Badr Organization Hadi Al-Amiri, with 14 seats, followed by the Extension Movement emanating from the October demonstrations led by activist Alaa Al-Rikabi with nine seats, and with the same number of seats the Al-Jeel Movement won. The new led by Kurdish businessman Shaswar Abdul Wahed.

The “Ishraqa Kanon” list won six seats in its first political and electoral participation, and the Christian Babylon movement led by Rayan Al-Kaldani won four seats, while the State Forces Alliance, which includes the Wisdom Movement led by Ammar al-Hakim, and the Victory Coalition led by former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi Five seats, three for wisdom and two for victory.

The Tasmeem List, which is also a new political entity, obtained three parliamentary seats, and for such a number the Kurdistan Islamic Union obtained, and one parliamentary seat was won by the Justice Group (formerly the Islamic Group), the Virtue Party led by the religious authority Muhammad al-Yaqoubi, and the Rights Movement It is led by the former leader of the Hezbollah Brigades, Hussein Munis, and the Iqtidar Watan Movement, led by the former leader of the Wisdom Movement and the former Minister of Youth and Sports, Abd al-Hussein Abtan.

While the recent elections produced surprises that may not have been taken into account, political leaders who occupied a large area politically, in the media and in the masses lost, and others were expected to win, but they did not get a single seat to return them to the political process.

According to the announced preliminary results, Abdul-Hussein Abtan, Adnan Al-Zarfi, Haitham Al-Jubouri, Salim Al-Jubouri, Osama Al-Nujaifi, Muhammad Al-Karbouli, Muhammad Sahib Al-Daraji, Walla Talabani, Bahaa Al-Araji, Muzahim Al-Tamimi, Khaled Al-Obaidi and Katti Najman Al-Rikabi did not win. Aras Habib, Khalaf Abdul-Samad, Dhafer Al-Ani, Salman Al-Jumaili, Salah Al-Jubouri, Minister of Youth and Sports Adnan Darjal, Abdul-Amir Al-Taiban, Sarah Iyad Allawi and Intham Al-Gharawi.

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After the defeat of its political arms, an upcoming meeting of the “resistance” factions

politicsbreakingMeetingThe electionResistance 2021-10-11 16:43A-AA+

Shafaq News/ An informed source revealed on Monday an upcoming meeting of the “resistance” factions to discuss the repercussions of the early parliamentary elections.

The elections were held on Sunday, with a low turnout, with a turnout of 41 percent.

The source told Shafaq News Agency, “The Coordinating Committee of the Iraqi Resistance will hold a meeting soon to discuss the repercussions of the election results and their effects on the crowd and the factions.”

No further details were available on the date or location of the meeting.

The expected meeting comes after the preliminary results of the elections showed a noticeable decline in the Al-Fateh coalition, which includes most of the political arms of the “resistance” factions.

According to the preliminary results, Al-Fateh won 14 seats in the elections, after it came second in the previous elections in 2018, with 48 seats.

The “Sadr bloc” swept the rest of the blocs in densely populated Shiite areas in central and southern Iraq, with 73 seats, according to preliminary results. 

The Alliance of Progress led by Muhammad al-Halbousi came second with 41 seats, then the State of Law coalition led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with 37 seats, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Masoud Barzani with 32 seats.

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Al-Kazemi congratulates the election winners

292 Policy  10/11/2021 21:43 
Baghdad today – Baghdad

, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, today, Monday, congratulated the winning candidates in the elections, according to the announced results.
Al-Kazemi said in his “tweet” on Twitter, which was received by (Baghdad Today): “I offer my sincere congratulations to all the sisters and brothers who won the elections.”
He added, “I congratulate the political forces that will form the next parliament, which we hope will be a council of work, building and support for the state.”

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Al-Sadr in his victory speech: It is the day of victory over the militias

politicsbreakingMuqtada al-SadrThe election 2021-10-11 13:18A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, delivered a speech on Monday, declaring his bloc’s lead for the early parliamentary elections that were held on Sunday.

The source said in the televised speech, “Praise be to God, who cherished the reform with its largest bloc, neither Eastern nor Western.”

He added that “the day of the people, the state and the heroic security forces, a day in which the oppressed triumphed over the oppressor,” adding that it is “the day of determination, steadfastness and victory over the militias.”

Al-Sadr continued, saying, “Come to a reform paper instead of sharing the cake and interests…Reform has achieved the largest bloc,” noting that “there is no place for corruption and the corrupt after today.”

He stressed, “The arms must be confined to the hands of the state, and the use of arms outside it is prohibited, even those who claim resistance and those like it,” adding, “It is time for the people to live in peace without militias.”

Al-Sadr assured the embassies of foreign countries by saying, “All embassies are welcome unless they interfere in Iraqi affairs and form the government.”

He called on his supporters to celebrate without armed manifestations, saying, “Let the people’s celebration of the largest bloc be without armed manifestations and without disturbing others.”

The Electoral Commission had published the preliminary results of the elections by publishing the names of the winners without specifying the seats for each bloc.

According to figures reported by the official news agency, the “Sadr bloc” led by al-Sadr came first with 73 seats (out of 329), followed by the “Progress” bloc led by the dissolved Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi with 38 seats.

The “State of Law” bloc led by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki came in third place with 37 seats.

Meanwhile, hundreds of Sadr’s supporters celebrated in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad.

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Al-Sadr: We will work to raise the level of the Iraqi dinar

Baghdad today – Baghdad
Today, Monday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, affirmed work to improve and raise the level of the Iraqi dinar to be in the ranks of global currencies gradually.

Al-Sadr said in a speech after announcing the results of his bloc’s victory, which I followed (Baghdad Today): “This is your day, O people of Iraq, in which reform has won. It is the day of Iraq, determination and steadfastness.”

He added, “Praise be to the one who cherished reform with its largest Iraqi bloc, neither eastern nor western, and there is no place for corruption and corrupt people after today,” noting that “all embassies are welcome provided that they do not interfere in Iraqi affairs or form the government.”

Al-Sadr stressed that “the arms are confined to the hands of the state and prevented from using them outside this scope,” noting that “it is the Iraq of the reference and the wise, and we will be enlightened by their opinions.”

He stated that “it will not be for the government or the parties to control the money and wealth, but it is for the people,” threatening to “displace corruption and the corrupt.”

He continued by saying: ” The people’s oil is for the people, and we will improve the dinar to be in the ranks of international currencies gradually and activate the role of clans to support the stability of Iraq,” calling for “the confiscation of arms in the hands of the state, even if it claims to represent the resistance.”

Al-Sadr called for “celebrating the victory without harassing others or causing inconvenience to them.”

The Sadrist bloc won 73 parliamentary seats, according to the results announced by the Electoral Commission on Monday, to occupy the first place.

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Guterres to the Iraqi parties: Hurry up to form the government as soon as possible

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Baghdad – Mawazine News
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged today, Monday, all concerned parties to respect the timetable of the electoral process in Iraq.
And the account of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq on Twitter quoted Stephane Dujarric, a spokesman for the Secretary-General, as saying that Guterres called on all parties concerned to be patient while the Independent Electoral Commission is working on preparing the results tables.
The statement also added that Guterres urged the Iraqi parties to complete the electoral process by forming a government “as soon as possible.” Ended 29 / h

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