According to the State Department, 14.27 million Iraqis have already registered to vote. In Anbar and Nineveh provinces voters will register and cast their ballots at the same time
Voters will cast ballots similar to this one at the 30,000 polling stations throughout Iraq. Six thousand polling centers, serving as regional headquarters, will oversee the polling stations.
Iraqis living in 14 other countries will be casting ballots. The United States, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Holland, Sweden, Denmark, Turkey, UAE, Syria, Jordan, Iran and Australia will host polling locations. Polls will be open in all locations from January 28-30. According to Iraq's Out-of-Country Voting Program, more than 280,000 Iraqis are registered to vote. Out of country voters may cast ballots for the National Assembly, but not for provincial councils.
There are 18,000 Iraqi election monitors who have been trained. Voting will also be monitored by 23,000 representatives of the political parties. In addition, 128 international monitors are registered, including members of Human Rights Watch and the National Democratic Institute.
Looks like freedom to me. But then again I'm just a lazy infadel american!