Iraq's new parliament was sworn in Thursday, but the political parties deadlocked over which one will lead the next government. Renee Montagne talks to Jonathan Morrow, senior advisor with the Rule of Law Program at the U.S. Institute of Peace. He recently returned from Iraq where he's been working with the Sunni leadership on Iraq's constitution.
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