Iraqi voters angry at corruption ahead of polls

Iraqis head to the polls on Saturday for parliamentary elections. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is hoping the recent victory against the Islamic State group will help him win a second term. But despite there being plenty of candidates, most voters are disillusioned with the political establishment -- 15 years of democracy hasn't translated into better lives for ordinary Iraqis. Instead, politicians are accused of seeking power for self-gain. FRANCE 24’s Simona Foltyn reports from Baghdad.