Iraq Election Iraq is projecting a turnout of more than 11 million people for a chance to vote "yes" or "no" to the continued presidency of Saddam Hussein. The ruling Baath Party predicts a 100-percent "yes" vote. John Ydstie talks with Washington Post Cairo Bureau Chief Rajiv Chandrasekaran, who is currently in Baghdad, Iraq. (4:30)
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Iraq is projecting a turnout of more than 11 million people for a chance to vote "yes" or "no" to the continued presidency of Saddam Hussein. The ruling Baath Party predicts a 100-percent "yes" vote. John Ydstie talks with Washington Post Cairo Bureau Chief Rajiv Chandrasekaran, who is currently in Baghdad, Iraq. (4:30)
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