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    Challenger overtakes Iraq PM in overall vote count

    BAGHDAD A coalition challenging Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in parliamentary elections is ahead for the first time in the overall vote count, although still trailing in the province-by-province count.

    The Iraqiya coalition, led by former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi, a secular Shiite, has about 9,000 votes more than al-Maliki's State of Law coalition in the overall vote tally with about 79 percent of ballots counted.

    However, al-Maliki is still winning in seven of Iraq's 18 provinces including all-important Baghdad compared with five for Allawi. That could prove important since parliament seats are apportioned mainly by provinces, not according to the overall vote total. Still, the nationwide tally showed Allawi could be narrowing the gap.

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    Is that good or bad news for us investors,or does it matter?

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    Its bad! .

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    How is it bad,,,, The COUNTRY needs the RV regardless who wins.
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    Its bad! .

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    i couldnt agree with you more spede67 you hit the nail on the head !! If you get hungry you wont do without food because of whos in the restaraunt because your still hungry regardless

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    Its not bad at all, both men were are very well qualified to run Iraq, M's challenger was the one originally picked by the U.S to run the country but then to many were up in arms so they compromised with M

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    Thanks for the post.

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