Maysan governorate election, 2013

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

All 27 seats for the Maysan Governorate council
  First party Second party Third party
  Nouri al-Maliki
Leader Muqtada al-Sadr Nouri al-Maliki Ammar al-Hakim
Party Sadrist Movement State of Law Coalition Al-Mehraab Martyr List
Seats won 9 8 6

Governor of Maysan before election

Muhammed al-Sudani
State of Law Coalition

Subsequent Governor

TBD

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

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Campaign[edit]

Results[edit]

e • d Summary of the 20 April 2013 Maysan governorate election results
Party/Coalition Allied national parties Leader Seats Change Votes
Liberal Coalition Sadrist Movement Muqtada al-Sadr 9 Increase2 89,906
State of Law Coalition Islamic Dawa Party
National Reform Trend
Nouri Al-Maliki 8 Decrease4* 77,917
Citizens Alliance ISCI Ammar al-Hakim 6 Decrease2 63,060
Honesty and Generosity 1 Increase1 11,605
National Partnership Gathering 1 Increase1 10,771
National Flag Gathering 1 Increase1 9,814
Islamic Dawa Party – Iraq Organisation 1 Increase1 5,615
Maysan Civil Alliance 2,894
Al Iraqia National and United Coalition 771
Total 27 - 272,353
Sources: Musings on Iraq, ISW, IHEC Maysan Results, List of political coalition approved for election in provincial councils - IHEC, al-Sumaria - Maysan Coalitions
Notes: *Although the State of Law Coalition only won 8 seats in 2009, the National Reform Trend ran as part of the State of Law Coalition in 2013. The NRT had won 4 seats in Maysan in 2009.

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