Ala Talabani, member in the Iraqi Council of Representatives in the Kurdistan Alliance list, noted that what happened in Hawaija and Riyadh districts was due to an already-planned plot.
What does KAL stand for?
KAL stands for Kurdistan Alliance List
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We have 27 other meanings of KAL in our Acronym Attic
- Kalamazoo City (Michigan)
- Kalendae (Latin: the Kalends, the first of each month)
- Kallmann's Syndrome
- Kaltag, AK, USA (Airport Code)
- Key Area of Learning (NZ curriculum)
- Key Asset List
- Knowledge About Language
- Kocaeli Anadolu Lisesi (high school)
- Korean Air Lines
- Kallmann Syndrome 2
- Kalaupapa National Historic Park (US National Park Service)
- Kansas Association of Legal Assistants (est. 1981)
- Kent Association of Local Authorities (UK)
- Kentucky AIDS Life Alliance (Louisville, KY)
- Kenya Adult Learners' Association
- Kerala Association of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
- Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York
- Korean Association for Laboratory Animal Science
- Keep Athens-Limestone Beautiful (Alabama)
Samples in periodicals archive:
An Iraqi List delegation is to meet on Sunday another delegation from the Kurdistan Alliance List as part of the former's efforts for pushing for dialogues on the government formation, an authoritative source of the alliance said here Saturday.
After counting 95 percent of the votes in the historically Kurdish city of Kirkuk, the Kurdistan Alliance List is ahead of the other lists in the city.
Talabani is also the candidate of the Kurdistan Alliance list for the presidency post of Iraq when the new government is formed.
Barham Salih stressed that the Kurds and the Kurdistan Alliance List are ready for an alliance with all forces and entities that believe in the constitution as a reference to resolving the problems and recognizing the legitimate rights of the Kurdish people in a unified federal and democratic Iraq.
The Kurdistan Alliance list won 43 seats; Change (Gorran) list won eight seats, the Kurdistan Islamic Union four seats, and the Islamic Group two seats.
In the Kurdistan Region, the Kurdistan Alliance list takes lead in all provinces in addition to the ethnically mixed city of Kirkuk.
The State of Law Alliance, led by Premier Nuri al-Maliki, and Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, head of one of the main entities in the Kurdistan Alliance list, asked for a manual recount of the votes in some Iraqi governorates.