Hanan Saeed Mohsen al-Fatlawi

Dr.Hanan Saeed Mohsen al-Fatlawi often called Hanan Al Fatlawi (Arabic:حنان سعيد محسن الفتلاوي) (born 1 July 1968) is an Iraqi politician[1] who served as a deputy in the Iraqi parliament. She is the founder and leader of the Eradaa Movement.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][excessive citations]

Iraqi politician
Hanan Saeed Mohsen al-Fatlawi
حنان الفتلاوي
Assumed office
15 July 2004
Personal details
حنان سعيد محسن الفتلاوي

(1968-07-01) July 1, 1968 (age 53)
Babil, Iraq

Nationality Iraqi
Political party Eradaa Movement
Alma mater Baghdad University
Website www.drhananalfatlawi.com/ar

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Hanan Al Fatlawi was born in Babylon. She graduated from Baghdad University in 1992 with a degree in Dermatology and Venereology. She worked as a doctor from 1992 until the invasion of Iraq in 2003. A 4th term MP (including the temporary councils), in 2004 she was the only representative from Babil province in the first council and as a member of Women and Health Committee. In 2005, she was elected as a member of the Transitional National Assembly that wrote the Iraqi constitution, and she served as Chairwoman of Regions and Governorates Affairs Committee. After the end of her second term, she worked as a member of the Advisory Commission to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, also in the field of regions of governorates affairs from 2006 to 2010.

In 2010, she re-elected to the Council of Representatives with the State of Law Coalition where she was a member of the Affairs and Parliamentary Development Committee. In the 2014 elections, she received more votes than any other woman MP (90,781 votes) and finished ahead of all candidates, men and women, in Babil province. She was the first woman among 100 hopefuls[vague] in the presidential elections, and passed the first round of elections. She eventually withdrew her names at the request of the National Alliance. In 2015, she founded the political movement named “Eraada” (Determination) which is the first such movement, in Iraq headed by a woman. She is a member of Foreign Relations Committee and is chairwoman of the IraqiBritish Friendship Committee.

She has taken part in many conferences inside Iraq, and represented her country abroad in many conferences. She has also submitted several papers about women and terrorism, federalism, the Iraqi constitution, women rights in the constitution, and the political system in Iraq, among other topics.

  1. “Who is This Woman, and Why is She Admired by the Millions?”. 5 January 2018.
  2. Agencies (2016-06-04). “Iraqi Lawmaker Asks Gov’t to Expel Saudi Ambassador from Baghdad”. Retrieved 2017-11-20.
  3. “المقابلة | حنان الفتلاوي”. الأخبار (in Arabic). Retrieved 2017-11-20.
  4. “حنان الفتلاوي ترد على أمر القبض عليها من الاقليم | اخبار العراق الان”. موجز العراق (in Arabic). 2017-10-23. Retrieved 2017-11-20.
  5. “الفتلاوي تدعو لاستدعاء السفير الأميركي والاحتجاج على موقف واشنطن من الحشد الشعبي | سياسة”. www.alsumaria.tv (in Arabic). Retrieved 2017-11-20.
  6. “الفتلاوي لـ”دجلة”: الاتفاق الاستراتيجي بين الشيعة والأكراد استخدم للترويج بيد بعض أعضاء التحالف الوطني | اخبار العراق الان”. موجز العراق (in Arabic). 2017-11-20. Archived from the original on 2017-12-21. Retrieved 2017-11-20.
  7. “الفتلاوي لـ”دجلة”: الاتفاق الاستراتيجي بين الشيعة والأكراد استخدم للترويج بيد بعض أعضاء التحالف الوطني”. قناة دجلة الفضائية. Retrieved 2017-11-20.
  8. “حنان الفتلاوي: ملاحقة ثلاثة من مفوضية كردستان وتجنب بارزاني مثل ترك “الحُمار ومسكوا البردعة. www.alghadpress.com (in Arabic). Retrieved 2017-11-20.
  9. “كيف علقت حنان الفتلاوي على تسلم الحكومة الاتحادية مدينة كركوك؟”. www.alalam.ir. Retrieved 2017-11-20.

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