Iraqi Assembly to Gather Iraq's National Assembly will convene in 10 days, according to a plan announced by the country's interim government. More than a month since the Jan. 30 elections, the winners have yet to form a new government. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Baghdad.
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Iraq Sets Date for Formation of a New Government

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Iraq Sets Date for Formation of a New Government

Iraq Sets Date for Formation of a New Government

Iraq Sets Date for Formation of a New Government

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Iraq's National Assembly will convene in 10 days, according to a plan announced by the country's interim government. More than a month since the Jan. 30 elections, the winners have yet to form a new government.

Top Shiite cleric Ali al-Sistani Saturday called for Iraqi politicians to set aside their differences and form a government quickly. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Baghdad.