Iraq's youth disillusioned ahead of polls

Young people in the capital Baghdad have mixed opinions on whether the country's upcoming parliamentary elections on May 12 will bring about change.

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    Iraq's large population of young voters are expected to play an important role in Saturday's parliamentary election.

    Many want to see a change of leadership, but years of conflict have left the youth disillusioned and some of them say they might not vote at all.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from Baghdad.


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