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Iraqi election results sent to Federal Supreme Court for approval

The Iraqi Independent High Electoral Commission announced the final results of the Oct. 10 elections and will now send its results to the Federal Supreme Court for approval.
Members of Iraqi security stand guard as supporters of the Hashid al-Shaabi paramilitary network march toward one of the Green Zone entrances in the capital, Baghdad, on Nov. 6, 2021.

Baghdad — The Iraqi Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) headed by Judge Jalil Adnan Khalaf held a press conference on Nov. 30 to announce the final election results after it processed all appeals raised by some candidates and political parties. 

The IHEC announced a record low turnout in the early elections, with 44% of eligible voters going to the polls. 

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