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<p>IHEC principles of openness, transparency and&nbsp;accessibility prevail, even under the pressure of this critical moment in Iraqi politics.</p>

Last Modified: 12 Mar 2010 22:25

<p>More than 11 millions Iraqis voted&nbsp;in polls on March 7, despite violent attempts to deter them.</p>

Last Modified: 9 Mar 2010 03:09

<p>During Iraq's historic elections, Al Jazeera partnered with YouTube to hear directly from the Iraqi people using Flipcams distributed across the country.</p>

Last Modified: 8 Mar 2010 11:27

<p>At first, the number of police and army protecting the Kenda polling station overtook the number of voters! The reason perhaps was the mortar attacks that echoed in the early hours ... and even the night before when three mortars fell near a polling station. <br />
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Last Modified: 8 Mar 2010 08:04

<p>The day undoubtedly began with a bang and has since been hailed as a &quot;glorious&quot; achievent, but where Iraq goes from here, remains to be seen.</p>
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Last Modified: 7 Mar 2010 22:56

<p>We hit the road just after noon today to get a sense of the mood of the city on the last day before Iraq's national elections. What we found was a city waiting for tomorrow.</p>

Last Modified: 6 Mar 2010 21:00

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