Differing Views on January Elections in Iraq Proponents of January elections in Iraq say the elections should be completed before the security situation gets worse. Skeptics say there's no way the elections can be held on schedule. Hear NPR's Tom Gjelten.
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Differing Views on January Elections in Iraq

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Differing Views on January Elections in Iraq

Differing Views on January Elections in Iraq

Differing Views on January Elections in Iraq

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Proponents of January elections in Iraq say the elections should be completed before the security situation gets worse. Skeptics say there's no way the elections can be held on schedule. Hear NPR's Tom Gjelten.