By Ahmed Elumami.
Tripoli, 2 March 2014:
The Higher National Elections Commission (HNEC) has announced the results of the elections for 47 . . .[restrict]of the seats for the Constitutional Committee.
The other 13 seats remain unfilled because boycotts and violence on election day prevented polling in the areas taking place. Attempts to re-run the elections on Wednesday also failed.
The results announced at a press conference at HNEC headquarters yesterday,were for all 11 constituencies: Bitnan, Jebel Akhdar, Benghazi, Ajdabiya, Sirte, Misrata, Tripoli, Zawia, Sebha, Obari and Ghadames.
Head of HNEC Nuri Elabbar added that the results were subject to a 12-day window for appeals.
The results were as follows:
1. Al-Hadi Ali Yousef Abu Hamra (1,169 votes)
2. Saleh Mohamed Shaker Ibrahim (1,033 votes)
3. Jamal Mohamed Abdulmawla Al-Ghazal (992 votes)
4. Mohammed AbdulRrahman Othman Balrwin (21,752 votes)
5. Mohammed Al-Hadi Ahmed Al-Sari (3,933 votes)
6. Mohammed Faraj Mohammed Al-Zaidi (4,891 votes)
7. Mohamed Ahmed Daw Abdullah (3,175 votes)
8. Salem Moahmed Salem Kashlaf (15,031 votes)
9. Atimad Omar Ahmed Al-Mslati (women’s list) (16,305 votes)
10. Al-Badri Mohamed Abdullah Al-Sharif (5,836 votes)
11. Mohamed Abdulqader Mansour Al-Tumi (17,996 votes)
12. Zainab Ali Sulaiman Al-Zaidi (women’s list) (18,906 votes)
13. Daw Al-Mansouri Masoud Awn (4,361 votes)
14. Abdulbaset Al-Hadi Ahmed Al-Naas (8,359 votes)
15. Al-Arbi Al-Sharif Al-Sharf Swaisi (4,816 votes)
16. Ramadan Abdulsalam Al-Ajmi Al-Twaijer (1,360 votes)
17-. Mohamed Al-Jilani Ahmed Al-Badawi (6,277 votes)
18. Abdulbaset Abdulghani Mohamed Al-Baghdadi
The two Amazigh seats, in Zuwara and Jebel Nafusa, were not filled because of an Amazigh boycott.
19. Al-Qaddafi Ibrahim Al-Taher Ibraideh (496 votes)
20. Ahmed Ali Abubaker Ali Mahjoub (1,067 votes)
21 Nadia Mohamed Muftah Omran (women’s list) (2,933 votes)
22. Mohamed Mohamed Abdulqader Habib (2,403 votes)
23. Ahmed Ali Othman Mohamed Ghouni (579 votes)
24 Rania Abdulsalam Mohamed Othman Al-Sayed (women’s list) (3,516 votes)
25. Salah-Eddin Othman Imhmed Abubaker Abukhzam (359 votes)
26. Ubaid Al-Zarooq Salem Abu Al-Asaad (448 votes)
27. Irhouma Omar Jibril Irhouma (579 votes)
28. Omar Abdulrahman Abubaker Ibrahim Yousef (605 votes)
29. Al-Jilani Abdulsalam Irhouma Irhouma (920 votes)
30. Khaled Abdul Qader Abdullah Al-Twati (609 votes)
31. Abu Qasem Bashir Qasem Youshea (1,643 votes)
32, Ibrahim Ahmaido Allaq Allafi (Tuareg) (245 votes)
Seats in Obari are not filled because firstly, of violence, blockades and a Tebu boycott on election day, and then at the attempted re-run on Wednesday, of a continued blockade and boycott.
33. Abdulhamid Jibril Hussain Adam (1,442 votes)
34. Mustafa Abdulhamid Mohamed Dalaf (4,715 votes)
35. Al-Twati Mohamed Hassan Abu Shah (1,621 votes)
36. Saad Salem Al-Taleb Hamd (2,531 votes)
37-Al-Sadiq Al-Mabrouk Omran Saad (1390 votes)
38. Ali Abdulsalam Abdulhadi Al-Tarhouni (20,835 votes)
39. Abdulqader Abdullah Ibrahim Aqdura (8,501 votes)
40. Ibtisam Ahmed Othman Ibhaih (women’s list) (21,426 votes)
41. Monem Mohamed Al-Sharif Abdurabah (1,650 votes)
42. Nouh Abdulsalam Abdullah Younis (2,038 votes)
43. Omar Al-Naas Mohamed Ali (1,633 votes)
44. Hussain Sakran Al-Hussain Sakran (1,545 votes)
45. Maraj Ali Nouh Qasem (3,345 votes)
46. Hamza Abdurabah Hammad Sulaiman (19,35 votes)
47. Sulaiman Mohamoud Abdulhamid Al-Fadeel (1,218 votes)
Violence and threats of violence firstly on election day, on 20 February, and then on lat Wednesday’s attempt re-run, prevented seats in Derna being elected.
Elabbar said yesterday that HNEC had made repeated requests to the government and Congress to provide security for voting centres over the course of the elections. He said this provision had not been made and that the authorities had not admitted at any point they would be unable to secure voting on polling day. [/restrict]