Pachachi: Fallujah Attack Imperiled Iraq Elections Iraqi politician Adnan Pachachi talks about why the country's Sunni leaders support postponing Iraq's elections. He worries that the U.S.-led attack on Fallujah embittered the population and spurred on the insurgency, creating poor conditions in which to hold elections. Hear Pachachi and NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Pachachi: Fallujah Attack Imperiled Iraq Elections

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Pachachi: Fallujah Attack Imperiled Iraq Elections

Pachachi: Fallujah Attack Imperiled Iraq Elections

Pachachi: Fallujah Attack Imperiled Iraq Elections

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Iraqi politician Adnan Pachachi talks about why the country's Sunni leaders support postponing Iraq's elections. He worries that the U.S.-led attack on Fallujah embittered the population and spurred on the insurgency, creating poor conditions in which to hold elections. Hear Pachachi and NPR's Renee Montagne.