Sharjah24: Dr. Mansour Mohammed bin Nassar, Chairman of the Supreme Committee for the Sharjah Consultative Council Elections and Head of the Legal Department of the Government of Sharjah, announced today, Thursday, the results of the elections for the third session of the Sharjah Consultative Council for the year 2023 and the names of the 25 winners who ran in the council elections from among 192 male and female candidates to fill half of the seats of the Council after the end of the three-day voting period and counting of all votes electronically.
The participation rate at the level of the Emirate of Sharjah reached 87 percent of the total number of members of the nine registered electoral bodies. Some 45,167 male and female voters out of the total electorate of 51,637. Voting was recorded at 59 percent for men and 41 percent for women. The turnout for electronic voting was remarkable compared to in-person voting, as electronic voting reached 97%, while in-person voting was 3%.
Voting took place electronically using the digital ID via the dedicated website, and in person at the nine accredited voting centers according to the highest standards of accuracy and transparency.
The growing awareness among the sons and daughters of the Emirate of Sharjah of the importance of participating in the elections after achieving positive outcomes from the previous two sessions was reflected in the increased turnout for registration and voting in response to the call of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, stressing the importance of community participation in choosing members of the Advisory Council.
The Supreme Committee congratulated His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, the Crown Prince, and the deputies on the tremendous success achieved by the emirate’s national democratic experiment, registering record percentage of voter participation.
The number of voters in this third session of the Consultative Council elections constitutes a new achievement for Sharjah.
The Supreme Committee congratulated all the winners of the third round elections, praising the efforts of male and female voters and their keenness to register and vote choose who represents them under the dome of the Consultative Council.
Mohammed Hassan Khalaf, member of the Supreme Committee for the Sharjah Consultative Council Elections and Chairman of the Media Committee, announced the names of the winners, which are as follows:
The number of registered members of the Electoral College in the city of Sharjah reached 25,622, and the number of voters was 22,105, and the voting percentage reached 86 percent.
The names of new SCC members from the Sharjah city are:
• Obaid Ishaq Abdullah Ismail Al-Mazmi first place, with 1,327 votes.
• Mohammed Abdullah Ibrahim Hassan Al Balushi, second place with 952 votes.
• Sultan Saeed Sultan Dalmuk Al Suwaidi placed third with 864 votes
• Rashid Saleh Yousef Ahmed Al Hammadi, fourth place, with 723 votes
• Muhammad Saleh Muhammad Abdullah Al Ali, fifth place, with 705 votes
• Issa Abdul Rahim Muhammad Mahmoud Al-Zarouni, sixth place, received 702 votes.
• Amer Muhammad Ahmed Ali Al-Zarouni, with 679 votes.
• Muhammad Ali Jaber Saleh Al Hammadi ranked eighth with 577 votes.
• Muhammad Ali Hussein Hamad Al Mannai ranked ninth with 548 votes
In the reserve list for the city of Sharjah:
• First place: Naima Khamis Ghareeb Al-Nakhi Al Ali
• Second place: Ahmed Obaid Ahmed Al-Bah.
• Third place: Aisha Salem Ahmed bin Samnouh
• Fourth place: Khaled Ali Saleh Al Mulla Al Yasi
• Fifth place: Ismail Kamel Ismail Ibrahim Al Buraimi
• Sixth place: Abdul Rahman Ali Abdullah bin Darwish Al Ali
• Seventh place: Muhammad Jumaa Hamad Muhammad Al-Mashghouni
• Eighth place: Nasser Ahmed Abdul Rahman Abdullah Al Abdouli
• Ninth place: Nasser Marwan Abdel Hamid Muhammad Ismail Al-Askar
The number of members of the electoral bodies in the city of Al Dhaid reached 2,210 registered voters, and the number of voters was 2,021. The voting percentage reached 91 per cent. Following members won from the city of Dhaid:
• First place: Rashid Abdullah Saeed bin Huwaiden Al Ketbi, with 256 votes
• Second place: Saeed Matar Masoud bin Hamid Al Tunaiji, with 179 votes
• Third place: Abdullah Tarish Rashid Abdullah Al Ketbi with 160 votes
The reserve list for Al Dhaid City includes:
• First place: Rashid Khalifa Ali Dalmouk Al Ketbi
• Second place: Muhammad Salem Saeed bin Fatir Al Tunaiji
• Third place: Awad Rashid Saeed Al-Qabzi Al-Tunaiji
The number of registered members of the Electoral College in the city of Khorfakkan reached 9,414, the number of voters was 8,435, and the voting percentage reached 90 per cent. Following individuals won the membership from Khorfakkan:
• First place: Hamad Abdel-Wahab Hassan Al-Qawadi Al-Hammadi, with 1,581 votes.
• Second place: Jassim Mohammed Saeed Al-Hinawi Al-Naqbi, with 1237 votes.
• Third place: Abdullah Ali Ahmed Al-Badawi Al-Hosani, with 888 votes.
The reserve list for the city of Khorfakkan included:
• First place: Fatima Muhammad Abdullah Abdul Rahman Al Balushi
• Second place: Talib Hassan Muhammad Abdullah Al Darmaki
• Third place: Muhammad Ahmed Ali Al-Yawha Al-Naqbi
The number of members of the Electoral College in the city of Kalba reached 6,515 while the number of voters recorded was 5,394. The voting percentage reached 83 per cent.
Following individuals won the Council membership from Kalba:
First place: Tariq Murad Mirza Barakat Al Balushi with 1052 votes.
Second place: Yousef Muhammad Ali Yousef Al Mazrouei, with 863 votes
Third place: Ahmed Obaid Yousef Al-Awasiya Al-Zaabi, with 813 votes
The reserve list for the city of Kalba included:
• First place: Khaled Saif Matar Abdullah Al Zaabi
• Second place: Khalfan Jumah Muhammad Belhaj Al-Marashdeh
• Third place: Saeed Hamid Saif Saeed Al-Qaidi
Dibba Al Hisn
The number of Electoral College members in the city of Dibba Al-Hisn reached 3,781. The number of voters stood at 3,475, while the voting percentage recorded 92 per cent.
Following individuals won the Council membership from Dibba Al-Hisn:
• First place: Muhammad Ahmed Hassan Al-Alawi Al-Dhahouri, with 534 votes
• Second place: Hamid Obaid Ali Hamid Al-Hamoudi, with 427 votes
The reserve list for the city of Dibba Al-Hisn included:
• First place: Saif Ali Ahmed Al-Tali’ Al-Dhahouri
• Second place: Mohammed Mohammed Obaid Mohammed Al-Muhallabi
The number of registered members of the Electoral College in the Hamriya region reached 445, the number of voters was 402, and the voting percentage reached 90 per cent. Following individual won the Council membership:
Membership in the Consultative Council for the Hamriyah region was won by Rashid Ghanem Obaid Khalfan Al Shamsi with 156 votes.
Reserve for the Hamriyah region: Ahmed Saeed Humaid Saeed Al Muhairi
The number of registered members of the Electoral College in the Al-Bataeh region reached 774, and the number of votes reached 715, while the voting percentage reached 92 per cent.
The winner of the Al-Bataeh region was: Muhammad Ali Mubarak bin Salam Al-Ketbi, with a number of 208 votes.
Among the reserves for the Al-Bataeh area: Ali Salem Muhammad bin Shannah Al-Ketbi.
The number of registered members of the Electoral College in the Mleiha region reached 1,330, the number of voters was 1,226, and the voting percentage reached 92 percent.
Ahmed Salem Awad Humaidi Al Ketbi won the membership of the Consultative Council for the Mleiha region with 377 votes.
Reserve for the Mleiha region: Abdullah Saeed Harib Balajid Al Ketbi
The number of members of the Electoral College in the Madam area reached 1,546 members; the number of voters was 1,394, and the voting percentage reached 90 per cent.
Following individuals won the Council election from the Al Madam area:
• First place: Abdullah Rashid Abdullah Maaden Al Ketbi, with 236 votes
• Second place: Salem Mohammed Saeed Al Rashidi, with 197 votes
The reserve list for the Madam area included:
• First place: Khalifa Suwaidan Musabah Al Mutafij Al Ketbi
• Second place: Hamad Rashid Saeed Al-Amri Al-Ketbi
The third session of the Sharjah Consultative Council elections included a number of important and successful stages, the last of which was the voting stage that continued over three days from the 5th to 7th of December, which witnessed remarkable participation by male and female citizens to choose who represents them in the Consultative Council. The 25 seats are distributed among the nine electoral districts of the Emirate of Sharjah.
Dr. Mansour Mohammed bin Nassar said that the elections for the Consultative Council embody the keenness of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, to allow national participation of male and female citizens in decision-making, and to enable the Advisory Council to perform its duties and achieve its goals. He stressed that consolidating the principle of Shura as a general approach is inseparable from His Highness’s vision.
He added that the Consultative Council, in accordance with these guidelines and achievements throughout its history since its establishment in 1999, embodies a milestone in the history of the Emirate of Sharjah, a prominent landmark in the course of public work in the emirate, and a supportive, guiding and assisting vision for the executive institution.
Bin Nassar pointed out the keenness of the Supreme Elections Committee and all its subcommittees to organise the electoral process since its beginning on the 23rd of October in accordance with the highest standards to enhance the participation of citizens in the National Action Programme, which enshrines the highest principles based on the rule of law and the values of freedom, equality and equal opportunities. Voting is confidential, enabling citizens to participate effectively in the electoral process.
The process of sorting the results is scheduled to be followed by an appeals period allocated from December 8 to 9, while the Supreme Committee’s response to the appeals will be on December 10, and the final list of winners will be approved on December 11.
December 08, 2023 / 9:05 AM
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