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    Cool AN election recount is called!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Maliki's coalition calls for UNHCR officially re-count in Baghdad, confirms the existence of manipulation in its outcome

    Tuesday, 16 March 2010 11:19 GMT
    Alsumaria News / Baghdad

    The rule of law announced a coalition led by Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki that he had submitted a formal request to the Electoral Commission on Monday night for a recount of votes in the Iraqi capital Baghdad again, confirming the existence of a kind of manipulation in the outcome of coalition rule of law in elections.

    The leadership of the coalition of state law, Ali al-Adeeb said in an interview for "Alsumaria News" that "the coalition letter in writing to the Commission requesting the recount again, especially in the Iraqi capital Baghdad," noting that "the coalition of the rule of law refers to certain information for manipulation in the counting of votes is in favor of certain political in Baghdad on him. "

    The results of the 60% of the counting and sorting in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, announced by the Electoral Commission, on Monday, showing the coalition rule of law in the first place winning 518,203 votes, and the list of Iraq's second 453228 votes, and the National Coalition III 324,715.

    The writer, a Deputy Secretary-General of the Islamic Dawa Party led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, that "the information and reached a coalition of law prove that the manipulation of the figures on the outcome of the coalition in Baghdad by some quarters," explaining that "the large population size in Baghdad allowed for some to think that he is not discovered in the manipulation of results. "

    He noted the leadership of the coalition of the rule of law that the "coalition of the rule of law also considers the existence of fraud in the election results in the other provinces," pointing out that "the size of this manipulation is not clear is the lack of announcement of final results."

    The coalition includes the rule of law, which was announced in October of 2009, all of the Islamic Dawa Party Headquarters, led by Nuri al-Maliki and the Dawa Party-Iraq Organization, led by Hashim al-Musawi, and the mass of "independents" led by Iraqi Oil Minister Hussein al-Shahristani, and the Arab mainstream, independent led by Abd Mutlaq al-Jubouri, the Islamic Union of Turkmenistan, headed by Abbas al-Bayati, combining "brain drain", chaired by the Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh, the mass, "the banners of Iraq," Dulaimi clan, led by the Emir, Sheikh Ali Hatem al-Suleiman, also included the new coalition known political figures such as the Iraqi Minister of Planning MP and former President of the Mahdi Hafez, the former National Assembly deputy Hajem al-Hassani as well as MPs Abdullah Iskandar, Hussein Jubouri, and MP Safia al-Suhail.

    It is expected according to preliminary results and informal coalition to win the state of law, led by al-Maliki in the elections that took place in the seventh of March being

    An estimated 12 million Iraqis who had participated last Sunday of the seventh day on March, in the second parliamentary elections in the country since the adoption of the Constitution and the third of its kind after 2003, when voters across the open list to choose 325 members of the new cycle for the upcoming House of Representatives, which will last for four years to come.


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    Here we go again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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