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An Iraqi Election Primer

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A portion of the ballot voters in Baghdad will use on Sunday. Melody Kokoszka, NPR hide caption

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A portion of the ballot voters in Baghdad will use on Sunday.

Melody Kokoszka, NPR

Daniel Serwer, vice president and director of Peace and Stability Operations for the U.S. Institute of Peace, explains the complex process of electing a 275-member national assembly for Iraq. The assembly's first job will be to write a constitution by Aug. 15, 2005.