One Official's View of the Iraqi Election One day after Iraqis went to the polls, the country's Kurdish deputy prime minister is hopeful that the election will solidify public commitment to ending the insurgency. Robert Siegel talks with Barham Salih about what's next for the country.
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One Official's View of the Iraqi Election

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One Official's View of the Iraqi Election

One Official's View of the Iraqi Election

One Official's View of the Iraqi Election

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One day after Iraqis went to the polls, the country's Kurdish deputy prime minister is hopeful that the election will solidify public commitment to ending the insurgency. Robert Siegel talks with Barham Salih about what's next for the country.