Iraqi Groups Argue for Postponing Elections Last Friday, many leading Iraqi political parties called for delaying the Jan. 30 elections. Iraq's former foreign minister, Adnan Pachachi, talks about why he advocates the postponement. Pachachi is a leading Sunni leader. Hear Pachachi and NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Iraqi Groups Argue for Postponing Elections

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Iraqi Groups Argue for Postponing Elections

Iraqi Groups Argue for Postponing Elections

Iraqi Groups Argue for Postponing Elections

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Last Friday, many leading Iraqi political parties called for delaying the Jan. 30 elections. Iraq's former foreign minister, Adnan Pachachi, talks about why he advocates the postponement. Pachachi is a leading Sunni leader. Hear Pachachi and NPR's Renee Montagne.