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Iraq caucus plan questioned

US report hints at move toward direct elections

By Anne Barnard
Globe Staff / February 11, 2004

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BAGHDAD -- Some US officials in Iraq have begun to push for alternatives to the complex caucus system the United States has devised to form a new government, arguing that only a far more open selection process will satisfy Iraqis' growing desire to participate directly in choosing their leaders. (Full Article: 1160 Words)

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