Iraq Elects a New Government Iraqis voted on Dec. 15 for a new parliament, the first full-term government since the fall of Saddam Hussein. Shiite political groups took 128 seats in the 275-seat parliament. Sunni parties won 55 seats and the Kurdish block took 53. At left, a voter in Amman, Jordan.
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Iraq Elects a New Government

Iraqis voted on Dec. 15 for the first full-term government since the fall of Saddam Hussein.