Baghdad City Council Prepares for Leadership Role

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As the June 30 transfer of power in Iraq approaches, Baghdad's city council prepares to assume its role as the city's representative body. The council's 37 members are learning to flex their power to make decisions without American advisers. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.

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