Al Muthanna governorate election, 2009

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Muthanna Governorate election, 2009
Iraq
2005 ←
31 January 2009 (2009-01-31)
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All 26 seats for the Muthanna 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 4 8
Seats before 4 8
Seats won 5 5
Seat change Increase1 Decrease3
Popular vote 22,627 19,448
Percentage 10.89% 9.36%
Swing Increase3.18% Decrease4.45%

  Third party Fourth party
  Ibrahim al-Jaafari
Party Al-Jmour National Reform Trend
Last election 0 0
Seats before 0 0
Seats won 3 4
Seat change Increase93 Increase4
Popular vote 14,520 12,878
Percentage 6.99% 6.20%
Swing Increase6.99% Increase6.20%

Governor of Muthanna before election

Ahmad Marzouq Salal
Islamic Dawa Party

Subsequent Governor

Ibrahim Salman al-Mayali
Al-Mehraab Martyr List

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

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Campaign[edit]

Results[edit]

e • d Summary of the 31 January 2009 al Muthanna governorate election results
Coalition 2005/2009 Allied national parties Leader Seats (2005) Seats (2009) Change Votes
State of Law Coalition Islamic Dawa Party Nouri Al-Maliki 4 5 +1 22,627
Al Mihrab Martyr List ISCI Abdul Aziz al-Hakim 8 5 -3 19,448
Al-Jmour - 3 +3 14,520
National Reform Trend National Reform Trend Ibrahim al-Jaafari - 3 +3 12,878
Independent Free Movement List Sadrist Movement Muqtada al-Sadr - 2 +2 11,436
Gathering for Muthana 4 2 -2 10,867
Independent National List - 2 +2 9,854
Independent Iraqi Skills Gathering - 2 +2 8,941
Middle Euphrates Gathering - 2 +2 8,322
Islamic Virtue Party Islamic Vertue Party Abdelrahim Al-Husseini 6 - -6 7,500
Iraqi National List Iraqi National Accord 3 - -3 6,897
Iraqi Communist Party Iraqi Communist Party 2 - -2 2,517
Al-Furat Al-Aswat Assembly 6 - -6
Islamic Independence Society 5 - -5
Allegiance Coalition 3 - -3
Other Parties 71,936
Total 41 26 -15 207,752
Sources: this article - al Sumaria - New York Times - [1]


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