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Najaf - 12 May 2018
1. Various of influential Iraqi Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr walking
2. Various of al-Sadr entering polling station, casting vote, showing inked finger
Influential Iraqi Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr on Saturday cast his vote in the first national election since the declaration of victory over the Islamic State group (IS).
No clear front-runner has emerged after weeks of official campaigning as Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi faces stiff competition from political parties with closer ties to Iran.
The vote - the fourth since the 2003 US-led overthrow of Saddam Hussein - will be conducted electronically for the first time to reduce fraud.
Al-Sadr has always opposed US and British operations in Iraq since the fall of Hussein.
Polling centres have been set up for many of the country's 2 million people who remain displaced by the war against IS.
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