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17 May 2010 6:23
Iraq's Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) announces the results of its recount of votes in Baghdad to conclude the March 7 parliamentary election.
"After repeated calculations for the ballot casts, the IHEC announces that the results are almost identical to the previous one," the commission's spokesman Qassim al-Boudi said in a Sunday news conference in Baghdad's Green Zone.
3 May 2010 13:15
Iraq has started a manual recount of votes cast in Baghdad during the March 7 parliamentary elections amid reports of irregularities in the process there.
The Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) began the recount of 2.5 million ballots cast in Baghdad, election commissioner Qasim al-Aboudi said on Monday.
The IHEC is recounting ballots cast at 11,000 polling stations in the...
26 April 2010 13:39
An Iraqi election panel has invalidated the votes cast for 52 candidates in the March 7 elections over alleged ties to former dictator Saddam Hussein's Baath Party.
A senior official from the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) said Monday that the candidates had one month to file an appeal with a committee of seven judges who could reinstate them.
18 March 2010 21:25
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's coalition has retained its narrow lead over the al-Iraqiya slate led by former premier Ayad Allawi as Iraq draws near to the final stage in the preliminary tally of votes in the March 7 parliamentary election.
With nearly 90 percent of the votes counted, Maliki's State of Law coalition was about 40,000 votes ahead of...
16 March 2010 16:06
The coalition of Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has accused an election official of manipulating vote counts in the March 7 parliamentary elections.
Ali al-Adeeb, a candidate on Maliki's slate said Tuesday that the State of Law coalition demands a recount because an official in charge of counting ballots has been doctoring the numbers, AP reported.
He said a complaint...
8 March 2010 16:50
Iraq's electoral body says the 62.4 percent of the eligible 20 million voters cast their ballot in the Sunday elections, despite rains of mortar and rocket attacks.
Hamdiyah al-Husseini, a senior official with the Independent High Electoral Commission, announced the final figure at a Monday news conference in Baghdad, AFP reported.
Husseini also gave a percentage breakdown for each of...
7 March 2010 3:34
Iraq has begun counting ballots of special voting as heavy security measures are being taken for Sunday's parliamentary polls.
The special voting was conducted by the Independent High Electoral Commission on March 4 for military personnel, including the police and army, in addition to prison inmates and patients in hospitals.
The March 7 polls, to open at 7 a.m. (0400...
13 February 2010 15:08
The majority of the candidates suspected of association with the outlawed Baath Party have failed in their quest for qualification to compete in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
An Iraqi appeals panel wrote to the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC), saying it had accepted only 26 of the nearly 500 appeals by the candidates, the Reuters reported on Saturday.
12 February 2010 11:13
The parliamentary election campaign has officially kicked off in Iraq with 6,172 candidates competing in the March 7 nationwide election.
Campaign posters and banners were seen across the Iraqi capital Baghdad and other cities by early Friday morning.
Hundreds of people were also walking in the streets distributing cards introducing the various candidates vying for the 325 seats in parliament....
4 February 2010 2:35
An Iraqi appeal court has temporarily lift a ban on the participation in elections of a group of candidates with suspected ties to former Saddam Hussein's Baath party, allowing them to run for the country's upcoming vote.
Hamida al-Hussaini, an electoral commission official, announced on Wednesday that the appeal court suspended the ban on about 500 candidates and allow them...