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Results of the 2013 Jordanian general election
Early parliamentary elections were held in Jordan on 23 January 2013. All 150 seats in the House of Representatives were up for election. Voter turnout was reported to be 56.6%.[1]
Election results
Of the 150 available seats, 15 seats were reserved for women, 9 for Christians, 9 for Bedouins, 3 for Chechen or Circassian candidates. A further 27 seats were chosen on the national level, rather than on a constituency basis.[2] The final results of the elections were available on 28 January 2013.[3] More than 90 of the 150 chosen Representatives were new to the House of Representatives.[4] It was reported that a total of 37 Representatives can be seen as Islamist or critical of the government.[2]
Ajloun Governorate
Ajloun Governorate (2 Districts, 4 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Kamal ZghoulMuslim
Ali Bani AtaMuslim
Rida HaddadChristian
Second District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mohammad FreihatMuslim
Amman Governorate
Amman Governorate (7 Districts, 25 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Khalil AtiyehMuslim
Mohammad BaraysehMuslim
Hayel DaajaMuslim
Ahmad JaloudiMuslim
Talal al-SharifMuslim
Second District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Raed KouzMuslim
Mohammad Khalil DawaimehMuslim
Yihya SaudMuslim
Mohammad MahseiriMuslim
Yousef QornehMuslim
Third District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Amjad MaslamaniMuslim
Amer BashirMuslim
Abdul Rahim BiqaaiMuslim
Ahmad SafadiMuslim
Atef QaawarChristian
Fourth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Ahmad HmeisatMuslim
Kheirallah Abu SaalikMuslim
Assaf ShawabkahMuslim
Fifth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mariam LoziMuslim
Mousa Abu SweilemMuslim
Tamer BinoCircassian and Chechen
Sixth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Nassar QaisiMuslim
Abdul Jalil ZyoudMuslim
Kheir Eddin HakouzCircassian and Chechen
Seventh District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Adnan AjarmehMuslim
Aqaba Governorate
Aqaba Governorate (1 Districts, 2 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mohammad BadriMuslim
Mohammad RiyatiMuslim
Balqa Governorate
Balqa Governorate ( 4 Districts, 10 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Khaled HiariMuslim
Nidal HiariMuslim
Mohammad AbbadiMuslim
Mahmoud KharabshehMuslim
Bassam KhalifaMuslim
Dirar DaoudChristian
Jamal GammohChristian
Second District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Shadi OdwanMuslim
Third District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mohammad AlaqmehMuslim
Fourth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mustafa YaghiMuslim
Irbid Governorate
Irbid Governorate (9 Districts, 16 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Samir OweisMuslim
Salim BataynehMuslim
Mohammad RadaidehMuslim
Qassim Bani HaniMuslim
Abdul Munim OdatMuslim
Second District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mohammad KhasawnehMuslim
Husni SheyabMuslim
Jamil NimriChristian
Third District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
ِMohammad SharmanMuslim
Fourth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Abdul Karim DaraysehMuslim
Fawaz Zu’biMuslim
Fifth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Abdullah ObeidatMuslim
Bassel MalkawiMuslim
Sixth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Yassin Bani YassinMuslim
Seventh District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Khaled BakkarMuslim
Eighth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Bassel AlawnehMuslim
Ninth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mahmoud MheidatMuslim
Jerash Governorate
Jerash Governorate (1 District, 4 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Abdullah KhawaldehMuslim
Mefleh RuheimiMuslim
Mohammad HdeibMuslim
Wafaa Bani MustafaMuslim
Karak Governorate
Karak Governorate (6 Districts, 10 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mwafaq DmourMuslim
Taha ShorafaMuslim
Faris HalasehChristian
Second District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Eteiwi MajaliMuslim
Raed HijazinChristian
Third District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Bassam BtoushMuslim
Madallah TarawnehMuslim
Fourth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mahmoud HweimelMuslim
Fifth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mustafa RawashdehMuslim
Sixth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Nayef LeimounMuslim
Ma'an Governorate
Ma'an Governorate (3 Districts, 4 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Amjad Al KhattabMuslim
Awad KreishanMuslim
Second District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Bader TouraMuslim
Third District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Adnan FarajatMuslim
Madaba Governorate
Madaba Governorate (2 Districts, 4 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Adnan Abu RukbehMuslim
Zaid ShawabkahMuslim
Mustafa HamarnehChristian
Second District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Ali SneidMuslim
Mafraq Governorate
Mafraq Governorate (1 District, 4 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Abdul Karim DughmiMuslim
Mefleh KhazaalehMuslim
Nayef KhazaalehMuslim
Mohammad ShdeifatMuslim
Tafilah Governorate
Tafilah Governorate (2 Districts, 4 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Ibrahim ShahahdehMuslim
Ibrahim EteiwiMuslim
Mohammad QatatshehMuslim
Second District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mohammad SaudiMuslim
Zarqa Governorate
Zarqa Governorate (5 Districts, 11 Seats)
First District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Samir OrabiMuslim
Krayem AwadatMuslim
Yousef Abu HuweidiMuslim
Mirza BolladCircassian and Chechen
Tareq KhouriChristian
Second District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mohammad Yousef DawaimehMuslim
Ali KhalailehMuslim
Mousa KhalailehMuslim
Third District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Wasfi ZyoudMuslim
Fourth District
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mohammad ThahrawiMuslim
Qusai DmeisiMuslim
Northern Badia
Northern Badia ( 3 Seats)
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Habes ShabeebMuslim
Saad Hayel SrourMuslim
Deifallah Bani KhaledMuslim
Central Badia
Central Badia ( 3 Seats)
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Sleiman ZabenMuslim
Thamer FayezMuslim
Hadithah KhreishaMuslim
Southern Badia
Southern Badia ( 3 Seats)
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat Status
Mohammad HajayaMuslim
Saad ZawaidehMuslim
Deifallah SaeedinMuslim
Women's Quota
Women's Quota (15 Seats, 1 woman per previous constituency)
RepresentativeAffiliation/ PartySeat StatusGovernorate/ District
Naayem EiadatWomanAmman
Fatima Abu AbtahWomanIrbid
Amneh GhawaairWomanBalqa
Hamdiyeh QwaidarWomanKarak
Faten KhleifatWomanMa'an
Rudaina AtiWomanZarqa
Reem Abu DalbouhWomanMafraq
Insaf KhawaldehWomanTafilah
Falak JamaniWomanMadaba
Najah AzzehWomanJerash
Kholoud KhatatbehWomanAjloun
Tamam RiyatiWomanAqaba
Miasar SardiyehWomanNorthern Badia
Hind FayezWomanCentral Badia
Shaha Abu ShoshehWomanSouthern Badia
National List
National List (the following candidates were chosen as part of a national list rather than a constituency or quota)
ListSeatsRepresentative(s)
Muslim Centre Party3Mohammad Al Haj, Mustafa Amawi, Zakariya Sheikh
StrongerJordan2Rula Hroub, Munir Zawaideh
The Homeland2Atef Tarawneh, Khamis Atiyeh
National Union Party2Mohammad Khashman, Abdul Majid Aqtash
National Current Party1Abdul Hadi Majali
Salvation1Ahmad Rqeibat
Labour and Professionalism1Mazen Dalaeen
Cooperation1Mejhem Sqour
Dignity1Ali Zanazneh
Unified Front1Amjad Majali
National Unity1Mohammad Zboun
Construction1Hassan Obeidat
The People1Mustafa Shneikat
People of Determination1Raed Khalaileh
Free Voice1Faisal Aawar
Voice of the Nation1Haitham Abbadi
National Labour1Abdul Hadi Maharmeh
Al Quds1Mohammad Amr
Al Bayareq1Hamzeh Akhu Rashideh
The Dawn1Saad Bluwi
Shabab Al Wifaq1Motaz Abu Rumman
Citizenship1Hazem Qashou
See also
References
  1. ^ "Jordan election: Voting ends as Islamists allege fraud". BBC News. 23 January 2013. Retrieved 13 October 2013.
  2. ^ a b "Country profile: Jordan". European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity. Archived from the original on 30 September 2013. Retrieved 9 October 2013.
  3. ^ "2013 elections — Final results". The Jordan Times. 28 January 2013. Archived from the original on 23 June 2013. Retrieved 13 October 2013.
  4. ^ "UK leader in parliamentary strengthening holds training sessions with Jordanian MPs". Westminster Foundation for Democracy. 18 March 2013. Archived from the original on 11 April 2013. Retrieved 15 October 2013.
Literature
Bank, André; Sunik, Anna (2014). "Parliamentary Elections in Jordan, January 23, 2013". Electoral Studies. 34: 376–379. doi​:​10.1016/j.electstud.2013.08.012​.
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