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Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

When Muqtada al Sadr ordered his supporters to resign from parliament in June, he said it was to end months of political deadlock. But there’s still no government, and now there’s protests on the streets of Iraq. Thousands of Sadrists marched through Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone, ultimately storming parliament after becoming increasingly frustration with corruption, the political system, and the Iran-backed Coordination Framework’s pick for prime minister, Mohammed Shia al-Sudani. Many on the streets are demanding the constitution be reformed, but will their calls be heard? Or just cause further chaos in a country already in crisis? Guests: Dhiaa al Asadi Former Chair of the Sadrist Political Office Tallha Abdulrazaq Iraqi Security and Political Analyst Marsin Alshamary Harvard Kennedy School's Middle East Initiative Research Fellow

Iraq Elections: Iraqis hopeful as new coalition takes the lead

Iraq Elections: Iraqis hopeful as new coalition takes the lead

Iraq Election: Iraq looks to fight corruption before election

Iraq Election: Iraq looks to fight corruption before election

Was Iraq’s election rigged?

Was Iraq’s election rigged?

Will Iraq's elections bring stability to Iraq?

Will Iraq's elections bring stability to Iraq?

Queen's Funeral: Was your country invited?

Queen's Funeral: Was your country invited?

Looking at the Stars | Storyteller | Full Film

Looking at the Stars | Storyteller | Full Film

Will Sweden’s New Government Follow Through On Its Promise About Tackling the PKK Terror Group?

Will Sweden’s New Government Follow Through On Its Promise About Tackling the PKK Terror Group?

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

The far-right alliance claims victory in Italy

The far-right alliance claims victory in Italy

CLIMATE APARTHEID: Does the WEST owe a debt to the rest of the world?

CLIMATE APARTHEID: Does the WEST owe a debt to the rest of the world?

17th Istanbul Biennial | Showcase Special

17th Istanbul Biennial | Showcase Special

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