An Iraqi woman takes part in a demonstration demanding government reform in Tahrir Square, Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, Jan. 19, 2018.(AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)
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Iraq's Supreme Federal Court Sunday ruled against calls by Sunni and Kurdish lawmakers to delay a parliamentary election, expected to be called for May, to allow hundreds of thousands of people displaced by war to return home.Shiite politicians, including Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, argued delaying the election would be unconstitutional.Abadi is seeking re-election, building on a surge in his popularity among Iraq's majority Shiite Arab community after leading the three-year fight against Islamic State militants, supported by a U.S.-led coalition.
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