Adviser: Most of Iraq Will Hold Elections
Iraq's prime minister says some areas of the country are too dangerous for voters to cast ballots. Walter Slocombe, who advised the U.S-run Coalition Provisional Authority on security, insists that most of Iraq will be able to hold elections. Hear Slocombe and NPR's Renee Montagne.
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