Iraqi parliamentary election, 2014

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Iraqi parliamentary election, 2014
Iraq
2010 ←
30 April 2014 (2014-04-30)
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All 328 seats to the Council of Representatives
165 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 62%[1]
  Nouri al-Maliki with Bush, June 2006, cropped.jpg A photo of Dia al-Asadi, may 2014.jpg Ammar al-Hakim.jpg
Leader Nouri al-Maliki Dia al-Asadi Ammar al-Hakim
Alliance State of Law Coalition al-Ahrar al-Muwatin
Last election 89 39 18
Seats won 92 34 29
Seat change Increase3 Decrease5 Increase11
Popular vote 3,141,835 917,589 982,003
Percentage 24.14% 7.05% 7.55%

  Usama al-Nujayfi at US Department of State.jpg Allawi8.jpg Mesud Barzani.jpg
Leader Usama al-Nujayfi Ayad Allawi Masoud Barzani
Alliance Muttahidoon al-Wataniya KDP
Last election 9 28 29
Seats won 23 21 19
Seat change Increase14 Decrease7 Decrease10
Popular vote 680,690 - 1,034,002
Percentage 5.23% -

  Barham Salih.jpg Saleh al-Mutlaq 2014 (cropped).jpg Nawshirwan Mustafa.jpg
Leader Barham Salih Saleh al-Mutlaq Nawshirwan Mustafa
Alliance PUK al-Arabiya Gorran
Last election 14 16 8
Seats won 19 10 9
Seat change Increase5 Decrease6 Increase1
Popular vote 851,326 451,858

2014 Iraqi election map.svg

Colours denote which party won the most votes in every governorate

Prime Minister before election

Nouri al-Maliki
State of Law Coalition

Elected Prime Minister

TBD

Parliamentary elections were held in Iraq on 30 April 2014. The elections decided the 328 members of the Council of Representatives who will in turn elect the Iraqi President and Prime Minister.

Electoral system[edit]

The open list form of party-list proportional representation, using the governorates as the constituencies, is the electoral system used. The counting system has been changed slightly from the largest remainder method method to the modified Sainte-Laguë method due to a ruling by the Supreme Court of Iraq that the previous method discriminated against smaller parties. Seven "compensatory" seats that were awarded at the national level to those parties whose national share of the vote wasn't reflected in the seats won at the governorate level have been allocated to individual governorates. Eight seats remain reserved for minority groups at the national level: five for Assyrians and one each for Mandaeans, Yezidis, and Shabaks.[2][3]

Campaign[edit]

The campaign was expected to focus on competition within the three main religious and ethnic communities: Shi'ite Arabs, Sunni Arabs and Kurds. Shi'ite Arabs were split between the Prime Minister's State of Law Coalition, the Sadrist Al-Ahrar Bloc, and the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq backed Al Muwatin Coalition. The former secular/Sunni Iraqiya coalition was split between Usama al-Nujayfi's Muttahidoon Coalition for Reform, Ayad Allawi's Al-Wataniya Coalition, and Saleh al-Mutlaq's Al-Arabiya Coalition.[4] The two prominent Kurdish parties, Masoud Barzani's Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and Jalal Talabani's Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), were joined by a third Kurdish party, the Movement for Change (Gorran) headed by Nawshirwan Mustafa.

Iraq's Independent High Electoral Commission approved 276 political entities to run in the elections.[5] Political entities appeared on the ballot as part of a "coalition" (kutla) and under the constitution of Iraq the head of the largest coalition has the first call to become Prime Minister. However, in a precedent set following the 2010 election, a revised coalition can be formed following the election. This reduces the incentive for parties to form coalitions prior to the election.

Seat Allocation[edit]

Prior to the elections, the parliament decided to expand from 325 to 328. As with the 2010 elections, 8 seats were reserved for ethnic and religious minorities. Unlike previous elections, there were no compensatory seats; reserved seats that previously favorited big-time parties.

Governorate Seats 2010 Seats 2014 In/de-creased by
Al Anbar Governorate 14 15 +1
Babil Governorate 16 17 +1
Baghdad Governorate 68 69 +1
Basra Governorate 24 25 +1
Dahuk Governorate 10 11 +1
Dhi Qar Governorate 18 19 +1
Diyala Governorate 13 14 +1
Erbil Governorate 14 15 +1
Karbala Governorate 10 11 +1
Kirkuk Governorate 12 12
Maysan Governorate 10 10
Al Muthanna Governorate 7 7
Najaf Governorate 12 12
Ninawa Governorate 31 31
Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate 11 11
Salah ad Din Governorate 12 12
As Sulaymaniyah Governorate 17 18 +1
Wasit Governorate 11 11
Compensatory seats 7 0 -7
Minorities 8 8
Total 325 328 +3

Conduct[edit]

As members of the security forces voted on Monday 28 April, six different polling stations were hit by suicide bombers, leading to at least 27 deaths. Insurgent group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has threatened violence against Sunni Muslims who vote in the election.[6]

Results[edit]

National Results[edit]

IHEC has announced confirmed the results on 25 May. The official number of seats is as follows:

  Sunni Arabs
  Shiite Arabs
  Kurds
  Secular
Party Votes % Seats Previous +/–
State of Law Coalition 92 89 Increase3
Sadrist Movements (Muqtada al-Sadr)
Including:
-Al-Ahrar Bloc (28)
-Elite Movement (Nukhab) (3)
-National Partnership Gathering (Sharaka) (3)
34 Increase34
Al-Muwatin Coalition (Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq) 29 Increase29
Muttahidoon 23
Al-Wataniya 21
Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) 19
Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) 19
Al-Arabiya Coalition 10
Movement for Change (Gorran) 9
Islamic Virtue Party
(Al-Fadhila and Independent Elite Alliance)
6
National Reform Trend (Tayyar al Islah) / Al Jaafari 6
Nineveh Kurdish Alliance (allied with Masood Barazani) 6
Diyala is Our Identity 5
Iraq Alliance 5
Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU) 4
Kurdistan Islamic Group (KIG) 3
Nineveh National Alliance (allied with Ammar al-Hakim) 3
Civil Democratic Alliance 3
Loyalty to Al-Anbar 3
Iraqi Turkmen Front 2
Iraqi Loyalty Alliance (Al Wafaa al Iraqi) 2
Kurdish Peace List 2
Competences and People Gathering (Kafaat wa Jamahir) 2
Unity of the Iraqis (Wahdat Abnaa al-Iraq) 2
Other coalitions / groups (one seat each)
-National Alliance of Saladin
-National Coalition in Saladin
-Independent Civil Alternative Coalition
-Dignity Alliance (Karama)
-Al-Sadiqoun Bloc
-The Equitable State Movement
-Ad Dawa Iraq Organization
-Solidarity in Iraq (Al Tadamon) Alliance
-Salvation (Khalas) Alliance
-Arab Kirkuk Alliance
10
Reserved Christian seats
-National Rafidain List (Assyrian Democratic Movement) (2)
-Assyrian Chaldean Popular Council (2)
-Democratic Uruk List (Iraqi Communist Party) (1)
5
Reserved Mandaean seat
- Hareth Shanshal Sunaid al-Harithi (1)
1
Reserved Yezidi seat
- Yazidi Movement for Reform and Progress (1)
1
Reserved Shabak seat
- Council of Free Shabaks (1)
1
Total 11,222,403 328 325 Increase3
Source: ISW

Results by Governorate[edit]

Al Anbar Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
Muttahidoon (259) 81,608 21.90% 4 Usama al-Nujayfi
Anbar Loyalty Coalition (271) 58,994 15.83% 3 Kassem Mohammad Abed Hamadi
Al Wataniya Coalition (239) 49,698 13.34% 2 Ayad Allawi
Iraq Sons Unity (233) 46,627 12.51% 2 Saadoun al-Dulaimi
Al-Arabiya Coalition (255) 34,193 9.18% 2 Saleh al-Mutlaq
Iraq Coalition (262) 23,757 6.38% 1 Fadel Jasem Mohammad Aziz Alchamri
Khalas Coalition (254) 18,229 4.89% 1 Ali Farhan Hamid
Wisdom Knights Project 59,504 15.97% 0 Yassin Hadi Badawi Morhei
Loyalty and Labor Movement Cherwan Kamel Sabti Chnin
National Adjustment Movement Kamel Karim Abbas Saleh Aldalimi
Civil Democratic Alliance Ali Kazem Aziz al-Rafei
Islamic Daawa Party Abed Alkarim Ali Housayn Mahdi
National Euphrates Coalition Romyo Hozayran Nisan
Ur National List Ablahd Ifrayem Sawa Hanna
Sorayii National Alliance Wallim Khemmo Warda Warda
Al Rafidain List (Assyrian Democratic Movement) Yonadam Kanna
Unified Mandaii Entity Khaled Hamid Cheltagh Haloub
National Warkaa' List Chmayran Mourawkel Odicho Chlaymouna
Assyrian Chaldean Popular Council Fahmi Youssef Mansour Morkoss
Abnaa' Al Nahrayn Kalawiz Chaba Jiji Chaba
Shalama Entity Ano Jawhar Abed Almasih Eliya
Nouri Sitti Sahar Ani (Independent)
Babylons List Rayane Salem Sadek
Hamed Rouwayd (Independent)
Hareth Shanshal Sunaid al-Harithi (Independent) Hareth Shanshal Sunaid
Total 372,610 100% 15
Sources: al-Sumaria - al-Anbar Coalitions, IHEC Al Anbar Results, ISW

Arbil Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) (213) 354,735 47.65% 7 Masoud Barzani
Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) (266) 168,688 22.66 % 4 Jalal Talabani
Movement for Change (Gorran) (234) 104,059 13.98% 2 Nawshirwan Mustafa
Kurdistan Islamic Group (KIG) (237) 80,492 10.81% 2 Mohammad Najib Hassan Ali
Al Rafidain List (Assyrian Democratic Movement) 36,515 4.90% 0 Yonadam Kanna
Assyrian Chaldean Popular Council Fahmi Youssef Mansour Morkoss
National Warkaa' List Chmayran Mourawkel Odicho Chlaymouna
Abnaa' Al Nahrayn Kalawiz Chaba Jiji Chaba
Shalama Entity Ano Jawhar Abed Almasih Eliya
Nouri Sitti Sahar Ani (Independent)
Babylons List Rayane Salem Sadek
Hamed Rouwayd (Independent)
Hareth Shanshal Sunaid al-Harithi (Independent) Hareth Shanshal Sunaid
Al Wataniya Coalition Ayad Allawi
National Euphrates Coalition Romyo Hozayran Nisan
Ur National List Ablahd Ifrayem Sawa Hanna
Sorayii National Alliance Wallim Khemmo Warda Warda
Unified Mandaii Entity Khaled Hamid Cheltagh Haloub
Kurdistani National Alliance List Khaled Hamid Cheltagh Haloub
Kurdistan Islamic Movement (KIM) Orfan Ali Abed Alaziz Mohammad
Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU) Mohammad Faraj Ahmad Aziz
Iraqi Turkmen Front Archad Rachad Fateh Allah Abed Alrazzak
Total 744,489 100% 15
Sources: al-Sumaria - Arbil Coalitions, IHEC Arbil Results, ISW

Babil Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 230,346 30.7% 7 Nouri al-Maliki
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 109,756 14.7% 3 Ammar al-Hakim
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 89,572 12.0% 3 Dia al-Asadi
Competences and People Gathering
(Kafa'at & Jamaheer)
(230)
34,698 4.6% 1 Haysam Ramadan Abed Ali Harit al-Jabouri
Al Wataniya Coalition (239) 32,602 4.4% 1 Ayad Allawi
Equitable State Movement (202) 31,973 4.3% 1 Kohtan Abbas Neiman Houssayn
National Reform Alliance / Al Jaafari (205) 31,329 4.2% 1 Ibrahim al-Jaafari
Iraqi Alternative Coalition 188,897 25.21% 0 Ahmad Abed Alzahra al-Fetlawi
National Euphrates Coalition Romyo Hozayran Nisan
Ur National List Ablahd Ifrayem Sawa Hanna
Sorayii National Alliance Wallim Khemmo Warda Warda
Al Rafidain List (Assyrian Democratic Movement) Yonadam Kanna
Unified Mandaii Entity Khaled Hamid Cheltagh Haloub
National Warkaa' List Chmayran Mourawkel Odicho Chlaymouna
Assyrian Chaldean Popular Council Fahmi Youssef Mansour Morkoss
Abnaa' Al Nahrayn Kalawiz Chaba Jiji Chaba
Shalama Entity Ano Jawhar Abed Almasih Eliya
Nouri Sitti Sahar Ani (Independent)
Babylons List Rayane Salem Sadek
Hamed Rouwayd (Independent)
Hareth Shanshal Sunaid al-Harithi (Independent) Hareth Shanshal Sunaid
Loyalty and Labor Movement Karim Oftan al-Jamili
People of civilization Sadek Hachem Fadel Alfihan al-Maamouri
Al-Sadiqoun Bloc Adnan Fihan Moussa Cheri
Civil Democratic Alliance Ali Kazem Aziz al-Rafei
Shames Movement Ahmad Hassan Mohammad Abdallah al-Doujayli
Iraqi Loyalty Coalition Sami Jassem Attiya al-Askari
Iraq Coalition Fadel Jasem Mohammad Aziz al-Chamri
Independent Professional Movement Mohammad Jasem Mohammad Toufan
Islamic Daawa Party Abed Alkarim Ali Housayn Mahdi
White Bloc Jamal Abed Almahdi Ali al-Battikh
Islamic Virtue Party
(Al-Fadhila and Independent Elite Coalition)
Hachem Abed Alhassan Ali Hachem
Total 749,173 100% 17
Sources: ISW, al-Sumaria - Babil Coalitions, IHEC Babil Results

Baghdad Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 1,074,609 38.08% 30 Nouri al-Maliki
Al Wataniya Coalition (239) 348,205 12.34% 10 Ayad Allawi
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 236,547 8.38% 6 Dia al-Asadi
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 192,691 6.83% 5 Ammar al-Hakim
Muttahidoon (259) 155,719 5.52% 4 Usama al-Nujayfi
Elites Movement (251) 116,268 4.12% 3 Abazer Jassem Houssayn Hammoud
Civil Democratic Alliance (232) 112,563 3.99% 3 Ali Kazem Aziz al-Rafei
National Partnership Gathering (269) 73,842 2.62% 2 Mouhannad Mahdi Kamar Jazei
Iraq Coalition (262) 57,333 2.03% 2 Fadel Jasem Mohammad Aziz al-Chamri
Al-Arabiya Coalition (255) 53,719 1.90% 1 Saleh al-Mutlaq
Islamic Virtue Party
(Al-Fadhila and Independent Elite Coalition)
(219)
51,290 1.82% 1 Hachem Abed al-Hassan Ali Hachem
National Reform Alliance / Al Jaafari (205) 47,617 1.69% 1 Ibrahim al-Jaafari
Al-Sadiqoun Bloc (218) 36,026 1.28% 1 Adnan Fihan Moussa Cheri
Hareth Shanshal Sunaid al-Harithi (Independent)
Reserved Mandaean (Sabian) Seat (295)
7,194 0.25% 1 Hareth Shanshal Sunaid
Equitable State Movement 258,296 9.15% 0 Kohtan Abbas Neiman Houssayn
Comprehensive Rise Gathering Fadel Abbas Hassan Jaber al-Bahadli
Openness Bloc Mohammoud Jasem Zboun Ghajari
Shames Movement Ahmad Hassan Mohammad Abdallah al-Doujayli
Iraqi Loyalty Coalition Sami Jassem Attiya al-Askari
Independent Popular Gathering Fallah Hassan Yassin Youssef
People and competences gathering Haysam Ramadan Abed Ali Harit al-Jabouri
Iraqi advocates for State support Ahmad Rasan Mehna Machkour
Flying flag bloc Sabah Hassan Ghoulam Ahmad
We Work for Iraq Coalition Ali Dari Ali al-Fayyad
New change coalition Naser Hachem Saalab al-Saidi
Iraq List for Sharing and Charity Rouchdi Saayd Kader Mohamad al-Jaf
Independent Glory Bloc Adham Hmadi Ziyab Abed
Independent Professional Movement Mohammad Jasem Mohammad Toufan
Karama Ahmad Charei Ibrahim Aaboub
United Kurdish Coalition Feryad Mohammad Taki Hassan
Iraqi Alternative Coalition Ahmad Abed Alzahra al-Fetlawi
Failis Bloc Issam Naser Hamid al-Saffar
Peace and Well Being Coalition Jamal Mohammad Hassan al-Wakil
Independent Women Movement Asmaa Yassin Mohammad
Independent Solidarity Bloc Mohammad Mohammad Saleh Jawad al-Haydari
Alliance of Loyals to the Nation Wael Abed Allatif Housayn
National Euphrates Coalition Romyo Hozayran Nisan
Ur National List Ablahd Ifrayem Sawa Hanna
Sorayii National Alliance Wallim Khemmo Warda Warda
Al Rafidain List (Assyrian Democratic Movement) Yonadam Kanna
Unified Mandaii Entity Khaled Hamid Cheltagh Haloub
National Warkaa' List Chmayran Mourawkel Odicho Chlaymouna
Assyrian Chaldean Popular Council Fahmi Youssef Mansour Morkoss
Abnaa' Al Nahrayn Kalawiz Chaba Jiji Chaba
Shalama Entity Ano Jawhar Abed Almasih Eliya
Nouri Sitti Sahar Ani (Independent)
Babylons List Rayane Salem Sadek
Hamed Rouwayd (Independent)
Al Warithoun Bloc Mouhannad Hassan Mohammad Hassan
Tribes gathering of Iraq Nakhwa Fawwaz Dham Halil Ali
Islamic Daawa Party Abed Alkarim Ali Housayn Mahdi
Independent National Baghdad Bloc Fadel Abbas Chnit Kazem
White Bloc Jamal Abed Almahdi Ali al-Battikh
People Loyals List Ghaniy Rached Ouwaych Radi
Al Daii Party Abbas Fadel Hassan Abbas
Youth Movement of Sovereign law State Saad Abed al-Jaber Youssef al-Matlabi
Total 2,821,919 100% 69
Sources: al-Sumaria - Baghdad Coalitions, IHEC Baghdad Results

Basra Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 405,037 40.24% 12 Nouri al-Maliki
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 205,019 20.37% 6 Ammar al-Hakim
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 87,856 8.73% 3 Dia al-Asadi
National Reform Alliance / Al Jaafari (205) 51,048 5.07% 2 Ibrahim al-Jaafari
Islamic Virtue Party
(Al-Fadhila and Independent Elite Coalition)
(219)
45,475 4.52% 1 Hachem Abed al-Hassan Ali Hachem
Independent Civil Alternative Coalition (209) 41,090 4.08% 1 Sbayh Habib Yaser Mohsen
Equality and Justice Gathering 171,008 16.99% 0 Souhayl Daoud Hiyal al-Jazairi
Mohsen Hamid Mohsen Abbas al-Hawi (Independent)
Comprehensive Rise Gathering Fadel Abbas Hassan Jaber al-Bahadli
Al-Sadiqoun Bloc Adnan Fihan Moussa Cheri
White Bloc Jamal Abed Almahdi Ali al-Battikh
Shames Movement Ahmad Hassan Mohammad Abdallah al-Doujayli
Iraqi Loyalty Coalition Fadel Abbas Hassan Jaber al-Bahadli
Iraq Coalition Fadel Jasem Mohammad Aziz al-Chamri
People and Competences Gathering Haysam Ramadan Abed Ali Harit al-Jabouri
New Change Coalition Naser Hachem Saalab al-Saidi
Independent Professional Movement Mohammad Jasem Mohammad Toufan
Islamic Daawa Party Abed Alkarim Ali Housayn Mahdi
Al Wataniya Coalition Ayad Allawi
Iraqi Alternative Coalition Ahmad Abed Alzahra al-Fetlawi
Independent Women Movement Asmaa Yassin Mohammad
Alliance of Loyals to the Nation Wael Abed Allatif Housayn
National Euphrates Coalition Romyo Hozayran Nisan
Ur National List Ablahd Ifrayem Sawa Hanna
Sorayii National Alliance Wallim Khemmo Warda Warda
Al Rafidain List (Assyrian Democratic Movement) Yonadam Kanna
Unified Mandaii Entity Khaled Hamid Cheltagh Haloub
National Warkaa' List Chmayran Mourawkel Odicho Chlaymouna
Assyrian Chaldean Popular Council Fahmi Youssef Mansour Morkoss
Abnaa' Al Nahrayn Kalawiz Chaba Jiji Chaba
Shalama Entity Ano Jawhar Abed Almasih Eliya
Nouri Sitti Sahar Ani (Independent)
Babylons List Rayane Salem Sadek
Hamed Rouwayd (Independent)
Hareth Shanshal Sunaid al-Harithi (Independent) Hareth Shanshal Sunaid
Loyalty and Labor Movement Karim Oftan al-Jamili
Iraq for Development and Construction Ali Taleb Cherhan Karim
Total 1,006,533 100% 25
Sources: al-Sumaria - Basra Coalitions, IHEC Basra Results

Dhi Qar Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 237,552 32.58% 8 Nouri al-Maliki
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 110,196 15.12% 4 Ammar al-Hakim
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 70,480 9.67% 2 Dia al-Asadi
Islamic Virtue Party
(Al-Fadhila and Independent Elite Coalition)
(219)
49,502 6.79% 2 Hachem Abed Alhassan Ali Hachem
National Partnership Gathering (269) 37,091 5.09% 1 Mouhannad Mahdi Kamar Jazei
National Reform Alliance / Al Jaafari (205) 36,523 5.01% 1 Ibrahim al-Jaafari
Solidarity in Iraq (283) 26,013 3.57% 1 Mohammad Mahdi Mohammad Baker Abbas Awad
Comprehensive Rise Gathering 161,678 22.18% 0 Fadel Abbas Hassan Jaber al-Bahadli
Al-Sadiqoun Bloc Adnan Fihan Moussa Cheri
Equitable State Movement Kohtan Abbas Neiman Houssayn
Civil Democratic Alliance Ali Kazem Aziz al-Rafei
White Bloc Jamal Abed Almahdi Ali al-Battikh
Iraq Coalition Fadel Jasem Mohammad Aziz al-Chamri
Independent Popular Gathering Fallah Hassan Yassin Youssef
People and Competences Gathering Haysam Ramadan Abed Ali Harit al-Jabouri
Independent Professional Movement Mohammad Jasem Mohammad Toufan
Al Warithoun Bloc Mouhannad Hassan Mohammad Hassan
Islamic Daawa Party Abed Alkarim Ali Housayn Mahdi
Al Wataniya Coalition Ayad Allawi
Iraqi Alternative Coalition Ahmad Abed Alzahra al-Fetlawi
Alliance of Loyals to the Nation Wael Abed Allatif Housayn
National Euphrates Coalition Romyo Hozayran Nisan
Ur National List Ablahd Ifrayem Sawa Hanna
Sorayii National Alliance Wallim Khemmo Warda Warda
Al Rafidain List (Assyrian Democratic Movement) Yonadam Kanna
Unified Mandaii Entity Khaled Hamid Cheltagh Haloub
National Warkaa' List Chmayran Mourawkel Odicho Chlaymouna
Assyrian Chaldean Popular Council Fahmi Youssef Mansour Morkoss
Abnaa' Al Nahrayn Kalawiz Chaba Jiji Chaba
Shalama Entity Ano Jawhar Abed Almasih Eliya
Nouri Sitti Sahar Ani (Independent)
Babylons List Rayane Salem Sadek
Hamed Rouwayd (Independent)
Hareth Shanshal Sunaid al-Harithi (Independent) Hareth Shanshal Sunaid
Loyalty and Labor Movement Karim Oftan al-Jamili
National Loyalty Bloc Cherwan Kamel Sabti Chnin
Total 729,035 100% 19
Sources: al-Sumaria - Dhi Qar Coalitions, IHEC Dhi Qar Results

Diyala Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
Diyala is Our Identity Coalition (246) 159,605 28.49% 5 Amer Habib Khayzaran
State of Law Coalition (277) 105,622 18.85% 3 Nouri al-Maliki
Al Wataniya Coalition (239) 68,565 12.24% 2 Ayad Allawi
Kurdistani Peace List (258) 61,807 11.03% 2 Chirko Mohammad Saleh Ahmad
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 39,495 7.05% 1 Ammar al-Hakim
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 36,057 6.44% 1 Dia al-Asadi
Other 151,941 27.12% 0
Total 560,300 100% 14
Sources: al-Sumaria - Diyala Coalitions, IHEC Diyala Results

Dohuk Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) (213) 340,977 69.52% 8 Masoud Barzani
Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU) (274) 84,464 17.22% 2 Mohammad Faraj Ahmad Aziz
Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) (266) 37,457 7.64% 1 Jalal Talabani
Other 27,554 5.62% 0
Total 490,452 100% 11
Sources: al-Sumaria - Arbil Coalitions, IHEC Dohuk Results

Karbala Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 212,753 47.76% 7 Nouri al-Maliki
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 60,818 13.65% 2 Dia al-Asadi
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 47,311 10.62% 1 Ammar al-Hakim
Islamic Virtue Party
(Al-Fadhila and Independent Elite Coalition)
(219)
29,494 6.62% 1 Hachem Abed Alhassan Ali Hachem
Other 95,082 21.34% 0
Total 445,458 100% 11
Sources: al-Sumaria - Karbala Coalitions, IHEC Karbala Results

Kirkuk Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) (266) 209,964 36.79% 6 Jalal Talabani
Kirkuk Turkmen Front List (280) 71,492 12.53% 2 Hassan Touran Bahaa Eldin Saayd
Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) (213) 63,076 11.05% 2 Masoud Barzani
Al-Arabiya Coalition (255) 53,796 9.43% 1 Saleh al-Mutlaq
Kirkuk Arab Coalition (242) 38,328 6.72% 1 Abed Alrahman Monched Assi Ali
Other 134,103 23.50% 0
Total 570,759 100% 12
Sources: al-Sumaria - Kirkuk Coalitions, IHEC Kirkuk Results

Maysan Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 135,684 36.39% 4 Nouri al-Maliki
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 99,066 26.57% 3 Dia al-Asadi
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 56,786 15.23% 2 Ammar al-Hakim
National Reform Alliance / Al Jaafari (205) 26,246 7.04% 1 Ibrahim al-Jaafari
Other 55,057 14.77% 0
Total 372,839 100% 10
Sources: al-Sumaria - Maysan Coalitions, IHEC Maysan Results

Muthanna Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 148,263 51.10% 4 Nouri al-Maliki
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 54,670 18.84% 2 Ammar al-Hakim
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 27,848 9.60% 1 Dia al-Asadi
Other 59,358 20.46% 0
Total 290,139 100% 7
Sources: al-Sumaria - Muthanna Coalitions, IHEC Muthanna Results

Najaf Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 245,215 43.90% 6 Nouri al-Maliki
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 82,223 14.72% 2 Dia al-Asadi
Iraqi Loyalty Coalition (211) 67,796 12.14% 2 Sami Jassem Attiya Al Askari
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 57,699 10.33% 2 Ammar al-Hakim
Other 105,651 18.91% 0
Total 558,584 100% 12
Sources: al-Sumaria - Najaf Coalitions, IHEC Najaf Results

Nineveh Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
Muttahidoon (259) 363,938 36.84% 12 Usama al-Nujayfi
Nineveh Kurdistan Alliance (243) 185,804 18.81% 6 Masoud Barzani
Al Wataniya Coalition (239) 116,292 11.77% 4 Ayad Allawi
National Nineveh Alliance (227) 79,071 8.00% 3 Ammar al-Hakim
Al-Arabiya Coalition (255) 74,654 7.56% 3 Saleh al-Mutlaq
Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) (266) 70,145 7.10% 2 Jalal Talabani
Iraq Coalition (262) 44,080 4.46% 1 Fadel Jasem Mohammad Aziz al-Chamri
Yazidi Movement for Reform and Progress
Yezidi Reserved Seat (292)
14,910 1.51% 1 Amin Farhan Jijo Brim
Shabak Ahrar Council
Shabak Reserved Seat (293)
3,375 0.34% 1 Houssayn Ali Mohammad Ahmad
Other 35,522 3.60% 0
Total 987,791 100% 31
Sources: al-Sumaria - Nineveh Coalitions, IHEC Nineveh Results

Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 173,146 35.73% 5 Nouri al-Maliki
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 49,348 10.18% 2 Dia al-Asadi
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 45,149 9.32% 1 Ammar al-Hakim
Islamic Virtue Party
(Al-Fadhila and Independent Elite Coalition)
(219)
35,496 7.32% 1 Hachem Abed al-Hassan Ali Hachem
Competences and People Gathering (Kafa'at & Jamaheer) (230) 32,386 6.68% 1 Haysam Ramadan Abed Ali Harit al-Jabouri
Islamic Dawa Party – Iraq Organisation (261) 27,515 5.68% 1 Abed Alkarim Ali Housayn Mahdi
Other 121,584 25.09% 0
Total 484,624 100% 11
Sources: al-Sumaria - Al-Qādisiyyah Coalitions, IHEC Al-Qādisiyyah Results

Saladin Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
Al-Arabiya Coalition (255) 99,496 22.57% 3 Saleh al-Mutlaq
Muttahidoon (259) 79,425 18.01% 3 Usama al-Nujayfi
Al Wataniya Coalition (239) 70,655 16.03% 2 Ayad Allawi
National Alliance of Saladin (249) 46,039 10.44% 1 Houssayn Ibrahim Saleh al-Chahrastani
Karama (286) 36,288 8.23% 1 Ahmad Charei Ibrahim Aaboub
Iraq Coalition (262) 28,502 6.47% 1 Fadel Jasem Mohammad Aziz al-Chamri
National Coalition in Saladin (222) 26,910 6.10% 1 Diyaa Najem Abdallah Ahmad
Other 53,492 12.14% 0
Total 440,807 100% 12
Sources: al-Sumaria - Saladin Coalitions, IHEC Saladin Results

Sulaymaniyah Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
Movement for Change (Gorran) (234) 347,799 38.94% 7 Nawshirwan Mustafa
Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) (266) 294,265 32.94% 6 Jalal Talabani
Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) (213) 93,410 10.46% 2 Masoud Barzani
Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU) (274) 81,392 9.11% 2 Mohammad Faraj Ahmad Aziz
Kurdistan Islamic Group (KIG) (237) 57,102 6.39% 2 Mohammad Najib Hassan Ali
Other 19,258 2.16% 0
Total 893,226 100% 18
Sources: al-Sumaria - Sulaymaniyah Coalitions, IHEC Sulaymaniyah Results

Wasit Governorate[edit]

Party Total votes Percentage Seats Party Leader
State of Law Coalition (277) 173,608 35.07% 6 Nouri al-Maliki
Al-Ahrar Bloc (214) 77,774 15.71% 3 Dia al-Asadi
Al-Muwatin Coalition (273) 63,231 12.77% 2 Ammar al-Hakim
Other 180,414 36.45% 0
Total 495,027 100% 11
Sources: al-Sumaria - Wasit Coalitions, IHEC Wasit Results

Candidate Votes[edit]

# Candidate Party Election List Governorate Votes +/–
1. Nouri al-Maliki Islamic Da'awa Party State of Law Coalition Baghdad 721,782[7] Increase
2. Ayad Allawi Iraqi National Accord al-Wataniya Coalition Baghdad 229,709[7] Decrease
3. aaram Muhammad Ali Movement for Change Movement for Change (Gorran) List Sulaymaniyah 150,613 Increase
4. Najmiddin Karim Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK List Kirkuk 150,084 Increase
5. Khalaf Abdul al Samad Islamic Da'awa Party State of Law Coalition Basra 126,848 Increase
6. Usama al-Nujayfi al-Hadba Muttahidoon Ninawa 112,551 Decrease
7. Hanan Saeed Mohsin Fatlawi State of Law Coalition Babil 90,781[8] Increase
8. shirko Mirza Mohammad Amin Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK List Sulaymaniyah 83,663[9] Increase
9. Mohammed Ghali Darraji al-Ahrar Coalition Baghdad 78,561[10] Increase
10. Nariz Abdullah Ahmed Mahmoud Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK List Arbil 76,380[11] Increase

Government formation[edit]

The first sitting of the new parliament on 1 July ended after Kurdish and Sunni Arab MPs boycotted the session[why?] and caused its adjournment because of a lack of a quorum. The next sitting on 13 July to choose a president (Kurd), prime minister (Shia) and speaker (Sunni Arab) brought about a consensus for the post of speaker after MP Mohammed al-Karbooli announced that Salim al-Jabouri was the candidate.[12] The government formation was also affected by most international, and some domestic, calls to replace the al-Maliki amidst the 2014 Northern Iraq offensive, while Kurdish control of some northern areas during the fighting and a promise for an Iraqi Kurdish independence referendum, 2014 led to rifts with the central government.[citation needed]

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