The Change Movement (Gorran) was pushed into third place with 186,903 votes, securing just 12 seats – down from 24 in the last parliament.
New Generation got 127,115 votes, securing eight seats.
Komal seven seats.
The joint Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU)-Islamic Movement of Kurdistan (IMK) Reform List won five seats. When the KIU ran alone in 2013, it secured 10.
The leftist Modern coalition one seat.
The Communist Party, as part of the Azadi List, secured one seat.
The Coalition for Democracy and Justice (CDJ), which officially boycotted the election, failed to secure a seat.
Of the 11 seats reserved for the Kurdistan Region’s minority groups, the Turkmen secured five, the Christians five, and the Armenians one. No seats are reserved for the Yezidis.
Among the Turkmen parties, the Turkmen Development Party secured two seats, the Nation List one, the Turkmen Reform party one, and the Turkmen Front one.
Among the Christian parties, the Rafidain List secured one seat, the Assyrian Syriac Chaldean Popular Council one, and the National Union Coalition three.
An Armenian independent secured one seat.
The election commission also published figures detailing which candidates secured the most votes for each list:
The election commission had delayed the announcement of official results while it investigated several allegations of fraud.
The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) issued a statement following the results urging people – in the interests of public safety –not to shoot firearms into the air in celebration.
Summarised Breakdown of seats by party:
Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) – 45 seats
Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) – 21 seats
Gorran – 12 seats
New Generation – 8 seats
Komal – 7 seats
Reform List – 5 seats
Modern Coalition – 1 seat
Azadi List – 1 seat
11 minority quota seats as follows:
Turkmen Development Party – 2
Nation List – 1
Turkmen Reform party – 1
Turkmen Front – 1
Rafidain List – 1
Assyrian Syriac Chaldean Popular Council – 1
National Union Coalition – 3
Independent – 1