four parties share the seats reserved for the constituency of Al Hoceima

The National Rally of Independents (RNI), the Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM), the Istiqlal Party (PI) and the Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP) share the four seats reserved for the constituency of Al Hoceima, in the context of the by-elections held on Thursday.

These results are provisional and unofficial, pending the announcement of the final results after the end of the work of the Statistics Commission, chaired by the President of the Court of First Instance of Al Hoceima.

According to the provisional results announced, after the counting of 100% of the polling stations, the RNI came first in these elections, followed by the PAM, the PI and the USFP.

Thus, the four seats in the Al Hoceima constituency were won by Boutahar El Boutahri of the RNI, Mohamed Hammouti of the PAM, Noureddine Madian of the PI and Abdelhak Amghar of the USFP.

A total of seven lists were in the running to fill the four seats of the electoral district of Al Hoceima province in the House of Representatives, within the framework of these partial elections.

They are the PI, the RNI, the USFP, the PAM, the Justice and Development Party (PJD), the Constitutional Union (UC) and the Popular Movement (MP).

The participation rate in the partial elections in the province of Al Hoceima reached 22.29%, or 51,261 voters.

The local authorities of the province of Al Hoceima have set up 608 polling stations, spread over the various territorial communities within the province, and 54 central offices.

It should be noted that the Constitutional Court decided on May 18 to invalidate the election of four members of the House of Representatives in the local electoral district of Al Hoceima, whose election was announced at the end of election of September 8, 2021.

They are Nourredine Mediane, Boutahar El Boutahri, Mohamed El Hammouti and Mohamed Laaraj.

This decision comes after the Constitutional Court took note of a complaint filed by Abdelhak Amghar in his capacity as a candidate.


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