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    Maliki is out !!!!!

    http://goingglobaleastmeetswest.blog...-alliance.html

    May 03, 2014

    MALIKI IS OUT!! Iraq elections: Alliance Iraq elections:

    Alliance (chest – Hakim) gets 80 seats

    Iraq elections: Alliance (chest – Hakim) gets 80 seats

    Preliminary results of the Iraqi elections announced by organizations monitoring the elections, the coalition of “state law” led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki won 67 seats, while the coalition of the “state of the citizen,” led by Ammar al-Hakim on 48 seats, also got his ally “conglomerate Liberal” Council of the Sadrist movement Bakoaúmh three 33 seats, making the alliance, “Sadr al-Hakim” gets a majority within the National Alliance Shiite by 80 seats, compared to 67 seats “for the rule of law.”

    The final results showed that the initial “Kurdistan Democratic Party” and its allies won 20 seats and the “PUK” on 14 seats, was awarded the “Movement for Change” Kurdish (Curran) 15 seats.

    As the coalition of “Uniting for Reform” led by Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi 33 seats and the “national list” led by Iyad Allawi won 25 seats, while the “Reform Movement” led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari on 10 seats and the “Arab List” led by Saleh al-Mutlaq on 10 seats and “Civil Democratic Alliance” and 10 seats, “the Virtue Party” 7 seats.


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    We're rich, We're rich ... er maybe not
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will-it-happen? View Post
    http://goingglobaleastmeetswest.blog...-alliance.html

    May 03, 2014
    MALIKI IS OUT!! Iraq elections: Alliance Iraq elections:
    Alliance (chest – Hakim) gets 80 seats
    Iraq elections: Alliance (chest – Hakim) gets 80 seats
    Preliminary results of the Iraqi elections announced by organizations monitoring the elections, the coalition of “state law” led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki won 67 seats, while the coalition of the “state of the citizen,” led by Ammar al-Hakim on 48 seats, also got his ally “conglomerate Liberal” Council of the Sadrist movement Bakoaúmh three 33 seats, making the alliance, “Sadr al-Hakim” gets a majority within the National Alliance Shiite by 80 seats, compared to 67 seats “for the rule of law.”
    The final results showed that the initial “Kurdistan Democratic Party” and its allies won 20 seats and the “PUK” on 14 seats, was awarded the “Movement for Change” Kurdish (Curran) 15 seats.
    As the coalition of “Uniting for Reform” led by Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi 33 seats and the “national list” led by Iyad Allawi won 25 seats, while the “Reform Movement” led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari on 10 seats and the “Arab List” led by Saleh al-Mutlaq on 10 seats and “Civil Democratic Alliance” and 10 seats, “the Virtue Party” 7 seats.


    Strange.....

    Preliminary results are not expected for at least two weeks. Initial figures by the election commission said that about 60% of Iraq's 20 million eligible voters cast ballots.

    http://www.dnaindia.com/world/report...ictory-1983964

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    Even odder ...



    A man, all alone (OK - and the photographer), without electricity, in a rundown concrete cubical, counts ballots on a cardboard covered floor while additional results remain duct taped to a paint chipped wall. Billions in Oil Revenue and this is how Iraq monitors election results ? I'm sure if I handed this man 100 USD his ballots would declare me the winner.

    I declare Maliki the winner - he has the most "bribe" money available.

    http://www.dnaindia.com/world/report...ictory-1983964

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    Last edited by ChinaGirl; 05-04-2014 at 06:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChinaGirl View Post
    Strange.....

    Preliminary results are not expected for at least two weeks. Initial figures by the election commission said that about 60% of Iraq's 20 million eligible voters cast ballots.

    http://www.dnaindia.com/world/report...ictory-1983964

    2 weeks !!! I dont think I can take this anymore !!!!

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    so, who won ?

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