Here are the results as announced by Safwat Rasheed of the board of the election committee in a press conference in Baghdad:
UIA ~ 5021000….109 seatsfrom the province +19 compensatory=128
Accord Front :~1840000 votes…37 from the province +7 compensatory=44
Dialogue Front (al-Mutlaq) : ~499000 votes… 9 seats from the province+2 compensatory=11
Iraqi List (Allawi) :~977000 votes….21seats from the provinces+4 compensatory=25
Kurdish Alliance : ~2642000 votes…43 seats from the rpovinces+10 compensatory=53
Islamic Union of Kurdistan : ~157000 votes 4 seats from the provinces+1 compensatory=5
Risalyoon: ~145000 votes 1 from the provinces +1 compensatory =2
Musalaha wal Tahreer (Misha’an al-Juboori) : ~129000 ...votes 3 seats from the provinces.
Rafidain (Assyrian): ~ 47000 votes…. 0 seats from the provinces+1 compensatory=1 seat.
Turkman Front: ~ 87000 votes….1 seat
Mithal al-Alusi : ~32000 votes…1 seat from the provinces
Yazidi Movement: ~ 21000 votes…1 seat (compensatory)
TOTAL 275 Seats.
Ironically, the first objection to the results came from the UIA!
Al-Arabiya TV reported that Ammar al-Hakeem (AbdulAziz’s son) and Hussein al-Shahristani announced that the UIA objects to the way seats were distributed among provinces and they think that this “unfair distribution has cut down the UIA’s share by 10 seats”.
Al-Hakeem and al-Shahristani reportedly said that they’ll be writing a memo with their objections to the electoral authorities.