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chattels: It might delay the government formation process well into 2019

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chattels: It might delay the government formation process well into 2019

Post  RamblerNash on Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:05 am


Article:  "Recount Will Test the Integrity of Iraq’s Elections"  Quotes:  " ...accusations of tampering with electronic voting machines, ballot box stuffing, voter intimidation, bribery, and misuse of voter IDs."  "A recount carries significant political risks as well. It might delay the government formation process well into 2019 and cause further party fragmentation."  Excellent article in voter fraud and recount in the Iraqi Election. Note that the author ideates on the possibility of the formation of a new government in Iraq being delayed until 2019.  We shall see. Tune in tomorrow for another day in the life of the " democratic experiment " in Iraq.  Democracy is a messy business. I have not abandoned hope for Iraq, but it is foolish to think that we can know what and when anything may happen.


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