The media reported high turnout in the referendum in several cities in Iraqi Kurdistan

© RIA Novosti / Dmitry to Vinogradova in photosangelina posters calling to come to the polling stations to vote in the referendum on Iraqi Kurdistan’s independence from Baghdad. Archival photoThe media reported high turnout in the referendum in several cities in Iraqi Kurdistan© RIA Novosti / Dmitry Vinogradova to the photobank

More than 90% of the inhabitants of some cities of Iraqi Kurdistan voted for secession of the region from Iraq, according to preliminary data of counting of votes, given by the channel «Rudaw».

According to the channel, only 2% of residents Amediya voted against secession, in the district of acre 99% of residents voted in favor of independence.

In the cities of Halabja and Shaklawa 96 and 95% of people respectively voted for independence from Iraq. According to preliminary data, in the city of Kellar-only 10% of voters are not supporters of the Department.

Earlier it was reported that, according to preliminary figures, the referendum was attended by about 80% from the 5.2 million Kurds included in the voter lists.

The authorities of the Autonomous region Iraqi Kurdistan unilaterally call a referendum on secession from Iraq on September 25. Baghdad called the referendum violated the Constitution, was opposed by the Parliament and the Supreme court. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that the Iraqi authorities are ready to steps to preserve the integrity of the country, particularly military intervention, if the referendum would lead to violence.

The referendum was criticized by many countries, including the United States, the Arab League and Iraq’s neighbors — Turkey and Iran — have their own Kurdish community. Iran has closed the flights to Iraqi Kurdistan at the request of Baghdad and held at the border military exercises.

The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has previously stated about the Kurdish referendum that the legitimate aspirations of the Kurds must be implemented peacefully and within international law. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that Russia stands for the integrity of the middle Eastern countries.

The media reported high turnout in the referendum in several cities in Iraqi Kurdistan© RIA Novosti, Integratiebeleid in fotoracconti question

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