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Supporters of Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr are protesting against corruption inside the parliament building in Baghdad, Iraq.
With 290 days without a head of state or cabinet, this is Iraq's longest post-election deadlock.
Infighting among Shi'ite and Kurdish groups is preventing the formation of a new government, Reuters reports.
It's been nine months since an election and lawmakers have not come to an agreement on choosing the next president and prime minister.
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