On Saturday, about 15 million Iraqis are expected to turn out to vote in that country's provincial elections. The elections will test Iraq's young democracy and may highlight not only divisions between Iraqi Sunni and Shiite Muslims, but also the differences and allegiances within those groups. The Takeaway talks to Andrew North, Baghdad Correspondent for the BBC, and Marina Ottoway, the Director of the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, for a road map of the upcoming elections.

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