Iraqi Elections

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Iraq’s parliamentary elections were held this past Sunday. Washington Post Baghdad correspondent Leila Fedel joins us from Baghdad, and Time’s senior editor and former Baghdad bureau chief Bobby Ghosh talk about the elections.


Leila Fedel and Bobby Ghosh

Comments [2]

DAT573 from Straus Projects

If there is nothing in it for us, our government
wouldn't give two cents about Democracy in Iraq
or any other country.

There are so many countries, whose democratically
elected governments have been overthrown by
the our CIA.

Guatemala, Iran, Chile, just to name three.

We don't mind overthrowing demcratically elected
presidents in foreign nations and installing
brutal dictators.

Mar. 09 2010 01:33 PM
Jgarbuz from Queens, NY

Democracy is the only hope for moderating the Muslim world, and we should all hope for its success in its uphill struggle there.

Mar. 09 2010 10:21 AM

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