Published: 2017-08-16 12:36
Last Updated: 2017-08-16 14:35
The National Alliance for Reform has won three out of six municipalities, according to the Higher Committee for Municipal and Decentralised elections.
The victory includes Al Zarqa Great Municipality, which Ali Abu Al-Sukar is presiding over. Additionally, the alliance has won 25 seats in decentralized provincial councils out of 48 seats.
This forms 52% in eight provinces.
According to a statement issued by the committee, five people from the alliance won a membership of the Greater Amman Municipality Council, out of 12 candidates from the alliance.
On the other hand, the alliance won 41 seats out 88 candidates.
The alliance also succeeded in contributing 3 heads of municipalities, despite not being included on the lists.
The number of winners from the alliance totals 76 out of 154 candidates, including 11 women.