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    Foreign Policy: Iraqi democracy has reached maturity

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    Post by Rocky Thu Feb 07, 2019 7:04 am

    Foreign Policy: Iraqi democracy has reached maturity

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    WASHINGTON - Democracy in Iraq has matured 14 years after the fall of the former regime, Foreign Policy magazine said, noting that building and reform alliances have become trans-sectarian.
    "The current political session gave cause for hope that democracy in Iraq began after 14 years to maturity, for the first time did not come from the Prime Minister of the Dawa Party, was elected president in parliament on the basis of the Constitution compared With the previous sessions, in which the president was chosen in behind-the-scenes negotiations behind the scenes. For the first time, the two main blocs in parliament are cross-sectarian alliances, involving Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish parties. "
    "Despite these encouraging signs, Mehdi's failure to fill vacancies in his government is eroding the confidence of the people. Many Iraqis in the street say he is weak and unable to withstand strong political interests," she said.
    "What Abdul-Mahdi is doing is the policy of aikido (Japanese martial art)," he said. "He uses an opposing force against them. We have divisions and rivalries in each camp. Let's wait and see how much the president can do. Ministers play on those divisions to achieve his policies. "
    "Abdul-Mahdi is now keeping political capital by monitoring the conflict on the side of the stadium," he said. Ending / 25



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