Laith Kubba

Spokesman, former Iraqi Prime Minister al-Jaafari

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Spokesman for then-Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari; Director for the Middle East and North Africa at the National Endowment for Democracy

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The party of former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi won two more seats in this month's parliamentary elections than the party of current Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

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What if you have an election and nobody wins? That's the latest challenge to democracy in Iraq, and it may take months for a new government to be formed.

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What if you have an election and nobody wins? That's the latest challenge to democracy in Iraq, and it may take months for a new government to be formed.

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Iraq has been preparing for crucial nationwide elections early in March, and Sunnis, who boycotted last time around, have been full participants in the process.

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Iraq has been preparing for crucial nationwide elections early in March, and Sunnis, who boycotted last time around, have been full participants in the process.

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