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PostSubject: Sky: The United States is building a democratic Iraq after 2003   Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:10 pm

Sky: The United States is building a democratic Iraq after 2003



26-06-2018 01:48 PM

The United States failed to build a democratic Iraq after 2003, the former adviser to the commander of US forces in Iraq and the famous American journalist Emma Skye said on Tuesday, noting there was no reason to believe the new government would be able to tackle corruption issues.

"Iraq should never have been invaded and the war must be understood in the context of the events of September 11," Sky said in an interview with InternationalRelease. "We have intervened in our mistaken belief that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction, but nothing has been discovered after the invasion. .

"There were hopes in a world without Saddam's regime and we lost opportunities to create a better regime," Sky said.

On the assessment of the recent elections in Iraq, Skye said that "the first elections were held after the stage of a cheerful and was an achievement and there was no violence, where competing 7000 candidates on 329 seats, but the problem is that the turnout was low less than 45 percent, Refused to parties and people, especially former exiles abroad who dominated after 2003, and there were fears of fraud led to demands for manual recount. "

"There is no reason to believe that the new government will be able to address the corruption and bad governance that the country continues to suffer," she said.

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PostSubject: Re: Sky: The United States is building a democratic Iraq after 2003   Thu Jun 28, 2018 12:19 am

THEY BELIEVE IN LONG STANDING CORRUPTION-WHAT YOU-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jk7wiDGuiQ
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