Babil governorate election, 2013

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Babil Governorate election, 2013
Iraq
2009 ←
20 April 2013 (2013-04-20)
→ 2017

All 24 seats for the Babil Governorate council
  First party Second party
  Nouri al-Maliki
Leader Nouri al-Maliki Ammar al-Hakim
Party State of Law Coalition Al-Mehraab Martyr List
Last election 0 0
Seats before 8 5
Seats won 8 7
Seat change - Increase2

  Third party
 
Leader Muqtada al-Sadr
Party Sadrist Movement
Last election 3
Seats before 3
Seats won 4
Seat change Increase1

Governor of Babil before election

Salman Hassan al-Zarkani
Sadrist Movement

Subsequent Governor

TBD

The Babil governorate election of 2013 was held on 20 April 2013 alongside elections for all other governorates outside Iraqi Kurdistan, Kirkuk, Anbar, and Ninevah.

Background[edit]

Campaign[edit]

Results[edit]

e • d Summary of the 20 April 2013 Babil governorate election results
Party/Coalition Allied national parties Leader Seats Change Votes
State of Law Coalition Nouri Al-Maliki 8 - 142,568
Citizens Alliance Ammar al-Hakim 7 Increase2 115,188
Independent Iraqi Qualifications Gathering 4 Increase4 69,087
Liberal Coalition Muqtada al-Sadr 4 Increase1 51,869
Babil Civil Alliance 2 Increase2 30,578
Al Iraqia National and United Coalition 1 Decrease2 24,227
Iraq’s National Coalition 1 Increase1 20,755
Islamic Dawa Party - Iraq Organization 1 Increase1 19,527
National Partnership Gathering 1 Increase1 18,565
Al Amin Coalition 1 Increase1 16,865
Iraqia Babel Uniters List
Arabian Al Iraqia
1 Increase1 12,754
Iraq’s Advocates for State Support 11,798
Iraq’s Benevolence and Generosity List 4,849
National Moderation Front 3,580
National White Bloc 2,899
Sons of the City Bloc 2,002
Iraqi Commission of Independent Civil Society Organizations 1,560
Total 31 - 548,671
Sources: ISW, al-Sumaria - Babil Coalitions, IHEC Babil Results

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