Free elections to elect parliament and/or president will be held in Iraq before the 1st April 2006.
To be considered free, elections must be claimed as such by international observers and involve at least two concurrent political parties.
In cases of ambiguity I will judge the claim based on its intent. I will not judge the claim until the time period expires.
UPDATE: It does not matter whether the elections are part of a one-time process, or under a final constitution, providing that the resulting elected body has sovereign control of the country (eg: not subject to a foreign veto, as is the current Governing Council).
UPDATE: An election has been held in Iraq. The election appears to satisfy most of the claim conditions; additional time will be required to determine whether it meets all of them. In particular, the election has more than two political parties, it was for the equivalent of a parliament/president, and it occurred before the April 2006 deadline. What remains to be seen is whether it was "free" or not.
I will eventually judge the claim YES unless the election observers or the leadership of a major Western democracy assert that the elections were not free.