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seabeyond Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-26-05 06:30 PM
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raed blog, his constitution, and his ideas, being iraqi
This is another chance for the US administration to admit the Iraqi-project failure, and its another chance for the weak and collapsing governing institutions in Iraq to re-start the entire political process, and change it from the current imposed and imported practice to a locally borne one.

The Iraqis politicians involved in the US supported government had already proved to the entire world that they dont care about any international law, any human rights law, and any local ethics or laws.

But we were expecting they would at least stick to their own rules! When the US administration, along with their Iraqi employees, put the 15th of August as a dead line for writing the Iraqi constitution, they were supposed either to finish the constitution by that time (which is an impossible and unrealistic task), or to de-assemble the parliament and hold new general elections.

The January elections didnt solve any of Iraqs problems because it happened in the wrong time and under the wrong circumstances, and it led to more destruction and disasters in Iraq. The current constitution process is happening in the wrong time and under wrong circumstances too.


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