Victory Alliance

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Victory Alliance
Leader Haider al-Abadi
Founded 14 December 2017
Split from State of Law Coalition[citation needed]
Ideology Centrism[1]
Moderate politics[2]
Nonsectarianism
Pragmatism
Political position Centre
Council of Representatives
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The Victory Alliance (Arabic: ائتلاف النصر‎, translit. iʾtilāf al-naṣr), is an Islamist Iraqi political alliance established by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.[3][4]

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The alliance was founded on 14 December 2017 by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.[citation needed] Although a coalition was initially created between the Conquest Alliance and the Victory Alliance, (named Victory for Iraq), on 15 January the Conquest Alliance withdrew because they would not have gained as many seats and some groups involved in the Victory Alliance were alleged to be involved in corruption.[5]

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