Two men dicussing elections and a new government for Iraq highlight fundamental disagreements on the form such basic underpinnings of democracy should take. Both want elections, but part ways on what would be the best way to hold them. They also disagree on the role that Islam should play in Iraq's political future. NPR's Emily Harris reports.
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