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Post by Ssmith on Tue Oct 09, 2018 8:11 am



I was thinking the other day that I think we forget the fact that Iraq has never really had a sense of national identity. They have always been divided on ethnic and religious lines (Kurds, Shiites, Sunnis, etc.) It’s been that way for centuries..

So the fact that they are making any progress at all is astounding.

I saw an article the other day that said sociologists say it takes a country 30 years minimum to recover from a civil war.

So, therefore, in the big scheme of things, maybe Iraq is progressing faster than we think.............just a thought........

After losing to the premiership ... This is what Abadi presented in the new government
The deputy of the coalition of victory Nada Shaker Jawdat, on Sunday, that two positions on the head of the coalition Haider Abadi, one of them, the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi expected. Said Jawdat said in an interview, "The political blocs offered to the President of the coalition of victory Haider Abadi positions to accommodate one of the government, which was assigned to form Adel Abdul Mahdi," indicating that "the positions are Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs."

He added that "the coalition of victory has not yet discussed the nomination of figures to get the ministries or positions in the new government."

It is noteworthy that President Barham Saleh assigned independent politician Adel Abdul Mahdi to form a new government in succession to the government of Haider Abadi. link

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