Kurdistan Coalition files a complaint to gain three more parliamentary seats

  2021-12-02 13:49      283 View Count        Comment

Kurdistan Coalition will file a complaint at the Iraqi federal court against results of the October parliamentary election in Erbil and Nineveh, a party member said on Wednesday.

Member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) Rizgar Haji Hama said the coalition would file a complaint at the federal court to secure rights of three candidates who it believes have won enough votes to secure a seat in the Iraqi parliament.

The complaint will be against results of the election in the first constituency in Erbil and third and fourth constituencies in Nineveh, he added.

“That complaint which Kurdistan coalition will file is to secure rights of its candidates, including Faisal Karim Khan in Erbil’s first constituency and Majid Ahmed Ismail and Aziza Abdulaziz Kamil in Nineveh’s third and fourth constituencies,” he wrote on Facebook.

The effort to file a complaint comes after Kurdistan Coalition secured two more seats in Erbil and Nineveh after filing complaints against results of the election in those provinces.



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