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Walkingstick » May 12th, 2018

ftti..(For those that are interested) .. Regardless, After... the new, President of the Republic is named by the new parliament... The representative of the bloc with the largest numbers is named by the new President of the Republic to form the new Cabinet....

In brief: Whether, Abadi achieved a sweeping majority of votes, or not... Other (blocs) (Sadr, Hakim, Kurds, Allawi and/ or others) will certainly ally with Abadi to form the largest bloc... to thwart Maliki and or Amiri from obtaining the PM position... 

Also, keep in mind, Sistani... once again, indirectly stated his disapproval of Maliki.. as did, many Western countries and those in the region... But, we can expect him (Maliki) to contest as he had in the past, only to be forced to step aside..

Frank26 » May 12th, 2018


ChrisC » May 12th, 2018

Walkingstick, Sir, how does this work over there? If he (Maliki) runs for PM and loses is he out completely, or does he get a Presidency as a consolation prize? Seems if I remember right, he has to at least Presidential level to avoid arrest. Isn't that right?

Walkingstick » May 12th, 2018

No, not guaranteed... any position.. But, he could receive an executive position through negotiations... At, the very least... He could, remove a member of his own list... forcing his way into a position as a member of parliament ... where, he could/would retain immunity

ftti... unknown, But... unofficial source/ leaks have Abadi with 111 votes, ranking first... With Maliki, receiving 64.. coming in 2nd


Don961 » May 12th, 2018

Results of voting for the official figures: Victory in the first place

5/12/2018 1:52:11 PM

BAGHDAD - Masdar revealed on Saturday (May 12th, 2018) the results of the vote on the official figures, which took place in the Rashid Hotel inside the Green Zone in central Baghdad .

The source said in a press statement that "the number of votes obtained by the victory coalition, headed by Haider al-Abbadi, the current prime minister, reached 111 votes, ranked first, while the coalition of state law, headed by Nuri al-Maliki, the former prime minister, 64 Votes in second place."

He added that "the alliance led by Hadi al-Ameri, secretary general of the Badr Organization, got 49 votes in third place, while the National Coalition, headed by Iyad Allawi, Vice President of the Republic, 32 votes, in fourth place."

The source, who preferred not to be named, said that "the alliance of Sawsan, supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr, got 27 votes in fifth place, while the coalition of the resolution, headed by Osama Najafi, Vice President of the Republic, 18 votes in sixth place, while resolving Stream of wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim on 11 votes in the last position. "

The current Prime Minister Haider Abadi, confirmed Saturday 12 May 2018, that the general election in the legislative elections 2018, took place freely and safely in all Iraqi provinces, for the first time after the defeat of the organization in the country, while living security forces and state institutions, the media and all participants In the success of the electoral process . link

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