Al-Qādisiyyah governorate election, 2009

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Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate election, 2009
Iraq
2005 ←
31 January 2009 (2009-01-31)
→ 2013

All 28 seats for the Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate council
  First party Second party
  Nouri al-Maliki Abdul Aziz al-Hakim
Leader Nouri al-Maliki Abdul Aziz al-Hakim
Party State of Law Coalition Al-Mehraab Martyr List
Last election 5 20
Seats before 5 20
Seats won 11 5
Seat change Increase6 Decrease15
Popular vote 78,276 38,972
Percentage 22.56% 11.72%
Swing Increase14.76% Decrease18.52%

  Third party Fourth party
  Ayad Allawi Ibrahim al-Jaafari
Leader Ayad Allawi Ibrahim al-Jaafari
Party Iraqi National List National Reform Trend
Last election 3 0
Seats before 3 0
Seats won 3 3
Seat change No change Increase3
Popular vote 27,687 26,738
Percentage 8.36% 8.05%
Swing Increase3.79% Increase8.05%

Governor of Al-Qādisiyyah before election

Hamid al-Khodari
ISCI

Subsequent Governor

Salim Husayn
State of Law Coalition

The Al-Qādisiyyah governorate election of 2009 was held on 31 January 2009 alongside elections for all other governorates outside Iraqi Kurdistan and Kirkuk.

Background[edit]

Campaign[edit]

Results[edit]


e • d Summary of the 31 January 2009 Al-Qādisiyyah governorate election results
Coalition Allied national parties Seats (2005) Seats (2009) Change Votes
State of Law Coalition / IDP Islamic Dawa Party
Islamic Dawa Party - Iraq Organisation
5 11 Increase6 78,276
Al Mihrab Martyr List /
Martyr of the Sanctuary Sayyid Muhammad Baqir al-Hakim
Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq 20 5 Decrease15 38,972
Iraqi National List 3 3 - 27,687
National Reform Trend - 3 Increase3 26,738
Independent Free Movement List Sadrist Movement 3 2 Decrease1 21,742
Islamic Loyalty Party Sadrist Movement 2 2 - 14,054
Islamic Virtue Party 3 2 Decrease1 13,596
Shiite Political Council 5 - Decrease5
Total 41 28 Decrease13 332,176
Sources: this article - [1]


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