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IRAQ-ELECTION/
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April 03, 2010 
Hazem al-Araji (C), a top official of anti-U.S. Sadr Movement, holds a news conference in Baghdad April... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Araji, a top official of anti-U.S. Sadr Movement, holds a news conference in Baghdad 
Hazem al-Araji (C), a top official of anti-U.S. Sadr Movement, holds a news conference in Baghdad April 3, 2010. Supporters of anti-American Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr stood in long lines on Friday to vote their choice for prime minister of Iraq in a two-day referendum that carried no government sanction or legal weight. The unusual plebiscite organised by Sadr's political movement, which won about 40 seats in a March 7 parliamentary election and stands to play a kingmaker role in the next government, was intended to determine the public favourite for prime minister after squabbling among election winners. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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