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Initial Results From Iraqi Constitution Referendum

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      Results From Iraqi Constitution Referendum

      By The Associated Press 1 hour, 27 minutes ago

      Initial results from Iraq's constitutional referendum,
      as reported by election officials in each province.
      The figures are from the first tallies done by each
      province's counting centers, which must be sent to
      Baghdad for another check and compilation. The final
      official figures, likely to be announced no sooner
      than Tuesday, may differ.

      The names of each province is followed by its capital
      in parentheses. No information was available from
      Baghdad province; the southern province of Babil; the
      northern Kurdish provinces of Dahuk and Irbil; and the
      central province of Salahuddin.

      In some cases, elections officials gave only rounded
      figures.

      West-Central Iraq:

      ANBAR (Ramadi):

      Figures only from the area of the city of Fallujah.
      Turnout in other parts of Anbar province believed to
      be minimal, and results not known.

      • Yes: 3 percent.

      • No: 97 percent.

      • Votes counted: All 100,000 votes from Fallujah
      counted. (Turnout of 77 percent in Fallujah. )

      DIYALA (Baqouba)

      • Yes: 280,000 (70 percent)

      • No: 80,000 (20 percent)

      • Disqualified votes: 40,000 (10 percent)

      • Votes counted: All 400,000 votes counted. (57
      percent turnout)

      NINEVAH (Mosul)

      • Yes: 326,774, (78 percent)

      • No: 90,065, (21 percent)

      • Disqualified votes: 2,965 (less than 1 percent)

      • Votes counted: 419,804 votes, from 475 of the 500
      polling stations counted so far. (Turnout percentage
      unknown.)

      TAMIM (Kirkuk)

      • Yes: 341,611 (63 percent)

      • No: 195,725 (36 percent)

      • Disqualified votes: 5,420 (1 percent)

      • Votes counted: All 542,000 votes counted. (78
      percent turnout).

      Northern Iraq:

      SULAIMANIYAH PROVINCE (Sulaimaniyah)

      - Yes: 676,451 (98 percent)

      - No: 6,903 (1 percent)

      - Disqualified votes: 6,903 (1 percent)

      - Votes counted: All 690,257 votes counted. (72
      percent turnout).

      Southern Iraq:

      BASRA (Basra)

      • Yes: 640,200. (97 percent)

      • No: 19,800. (3 percent)

      • Votes counted: All 660,000 votes counted. (64
      percent turnout).

      DHI QAR (Nasiriyah)

      • Yes: 415,000 (90 percent)

      • No: 46,000 (10 percent)

      • All 461,000 votes counted. (54 percent turnout)

      KARBALA (Karbala)

      • Yes: 417,715 (95 percent).

      • No: 21,985 (5 percent).

      • Votes counted: All 439,700 votes counted. (60
      percent turnout.)

      WASIT (Kut)

      • Yes: 494,950. (95 percent)

      • No: 26,050. (5 percent)

      • All 521,000 votes counted.(54 percent turnout).

      Four southern provinces where only the turnout was
      known, as reported by Carina Perelli, the U.N.
      elections chief:

      NAJAF (Najaf): 56 percent.

      MUTHANNA (Samawah): 58 percent turnout

      MAYSAN (Amarah): 57 percent turnout

      QADISIYAH Diwaniyah): 56 percent turnout.
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