SPECIAL REPORT

Iraq's 2010 Elections

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Iraqis go to the polls March 7th to vote in an extremely important parliamentary election. Al Shorfa will be covering Iraqis as they vote at home … and as many vote abroad. We’ll be talking to Iraqis around the region to find out what they see as the important issues in this election, and their preparations for the upcoming vote.

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    العراق

    2010-3-28

    Thank you for these pictures, brothers!

  • ali

    2010-3-27

    The results that were announced yesterday are not satisfactory to the Iraqi people. Forgery played a considerable role in allowing unwanted persons to win and assume power, and ignored some votes that could have caused worthy candidates to assume power.

  • اياد علاوي

    2010-3-16

    Iyad Allawi will win, God willing.

  • لينا

    2010-3-15

    I want to say to the official of the High Commission that the Iraqiya List should win the election 100%. Why are you delaying the announcement of the election results? Are you planning on forging them? You can respond to this message if you like. My message is directed to the High Commission and Hamdiya Al Huseini.

  • محمد

    2010-3-11

    The vigilant people must choose those who are qualified to run the economy of the country, and protect it from the external (Iranian) interventions. We should not let the clergymen fool us, because they do not understand anything about the economy or security. They can only slap their faces and mourn over a problem that happened 1400 ago. They also fool the people into subscribing to questionable religious beliefs that have no effect after 1400 years. May Allah protect Iraq and unite it.

  • شاكرالقصاب

    2010-3-10

    I greet every patriot and upright Iraqi.

  • 2010-3-9

    We do not know who will benefit Iraq. I want someone who endeavors to serve the country, because we, the youth, have had enough. We've had enough!