Al-Sadr said in a tweet to him on the Twitter platform, which was followed by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), on Tuesday: “It is not important who will be the winner in these elections, but all that matters is the Iraqi people in terms of service and security, and the like.”
Al-Sadr called on everyone to exercise restraint, show patriotism, abide by legal methods regarding electoral objections, and not resort to unimaginable consequences.
The semi-official preliminary results of the elections that took place on Sunday in Iraq resulted in a resounding defeat for the parties, forces and personalities that consider themselves the political wings of the factions. The popular crowd And armed organizations loyal to Iran, and revealed a significant decline in the seats in parliament obtained by the arms of Tehran, without even achieving the minimum level that they expected.
The Al-Fateh Alliance, led by the leader of the Popular Mobilization, Hadi Al-Amri He won only 14 parliamentary seats, after 48 seats in the previous parliamentary formation, while the “National Contract” list led by the head of the Popular Mobilization Committee, Faleh al-Fayyad, won only 4 seats, while the “Haqq” list, backed by the Iraqi Hezbollah Brigades, is the largest faction. The crowd hardened, and it only got one parliamentary seat.
Al-Amiri announced, in a brief statement, his rejection of the preliminary results of the elections, after describing them as “fabricated”, declaring that he was seeking “everything possible to cancel these results.”