Posters add to Iraq poll fever

Printing presses work overtime as parties seek to connect with voters ahead of March 7 vote.



    It is election season in Iraq, with parliamentary polls scheduled for March 7.

    As elections draw close, Iraq's politicians are using a time-tested method of addressing the voters - by liberally using political posters.

    Amid growing poll fever, printers and party activists are working overtime to relay the message.

    Omar al-Saleh reports from Baghdad.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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