Al-Arabiya Coalition

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al-Arabiya Coalition
Arabic Coalition
إئتلاف العربية
Leader Saleh al-Mutlaq
Founded 2014
Split from Iraqi National Movement
Seats in the Council of Representatives:
10 / 328
Seats in the Governorate Councils:
18 / 601
Website
alarabiyacoalition.com
Facebook page
Politics of Iraq
Political parties
Elections

The Al-Arabiya Coalition (Arabic: إئتلاف العربيةI'tilāf alarabiya) also known as Arabic Coalition is an Iraqi political coalition formed for the Iraqi parliamentary election, 2014 by Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq Saleh al-Mutlaq and others parties and independent politicians.

History[edit]

For the 2013 governorate elections the coalition, then running under the name of Arab Iraqiyya, competed by itself in Anbar, Baghdad and Salah ad-Din. In the other governorates the coalition joined up with other parties, running as part of the Loyalty to Ninewa Bloc in Ninewa, as part of Iraqiyat Diyala in Diyala, and as part of Iraqiyat Babil in Babil.[1]

Members[edit]

The following parties make up the coalition:[2]

Other politicians aligned with the coalition include Jamal Al-Karboli from al-Hal.[1]

Electoral results[edit]

Iraqi Parliament[edit]

Council of Representatives
Election year # of
overall votes
 % of
overall vote
# of
overall seats won
+/– Leader
2014 315,858 (#8) 2.43
10 / 328
Saleh al-Mutlaq

Governorate Councils[edit]

Governorate Councils
Election year # of
overall votes
 % of
overall vote
# of
overall seats won
+/– Leader
2013
18 / 601
Saleh al-Mutlaq

References[edit]