From the America Abroad series: Joshua Johnson of 1A hosts a "Town Hall" about Iraq's future.
In May, Iraqis went to the polls to elect a new national parliament. It was the first election since the defeat of ISIS in Iraq.
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And in a surprise turn, a coalition led by controversial cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, a staunch opponent of U.S. and Iranian influence in Iraq, won the most seats.
What does this mean for Iraq's future, and for the U.S. involvement there?
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