[size=36]He made catastrophic and suspicious decisions. One day Bremer became the ruler of Iraq[/size]
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Perhaps the poetic verses - delivered by the civil administrator Paul Bremer on the night of his departure on June 28, 2004 - that their country has become sovereign - have not restored its image to them, and still remember him years later with more scorn.
Although it was only a small shield from a major system, the American administration, which bears the vision and decision, it is the sons of Mesopotamia holds the largest minister of decisions that have been paying the price of the end so far.
The experience was not easy for the US diplomat, who was assigned by George W. Bush to the post of administration in Iraq after his occupation in 2003.
Bremer took over from retired General Jay Garner as governor of the country in May of the same year and was governed by a tendency of ostracism and domination by his staff Reminds them when they disagree with them that they can resign or return to their homes, it is of their own.
Bremer is the first architect of Iraq's sectarian quota system, choosing a council of seven Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish helpers to run the government at the time.
Al-Wefaq did not address the relationship with his seven assistants. He then decided to expand the Council by adding another 25 members to a Shiite majority, which he called the Interim Governing Council.
The civil administrator in his book, "The Year of his Cause in Iraq," points out that the US administration informed him of the de-Baathification decision before he joined his post in Baghdad after Defense Undersecretary Douglas Feith briefed him on a draft of his "uprooting of Iraqi society."
A decree issued at the time targeted about twenty thousand members of the Baath within certain leadership positions. The Baath is still banned and is not allowed to be circulated or promoted.
Dissolution of the former army
In the same book Bremer admits that "the Iraqi army is not all bad, many Iraqis have served honorably for generations in the armed forces," but all the powers represented in the Governing Council unanimously agreed to dissolve.
After the dissolution of the army, there was an unprecedented security breach as a result of the involvement of most of its elements in the resistance against the occupiers because of their deep sense of injustice and loss in the New Testament, which caused the American military losses that were not recognized until years later.
In the opinion of the writer and political researcher Kifah Mahmoud that the United States and its representative put the foundations of corruption and the spread of chaos and destruction of state institutions, because they do not know anything about Iraqi society and its psychological nature.
In a recent of the island , Mahmoud said that the "Federal successive administrations since 2005 did not succeed in rebuilding these institutions and activate them professionally, and the military establishment of complex problems in its structure and its leadership suffers compelling evidence.
Among the dubious decisions taken by Bremer are the disbanding of Iraqi entities and the retention of their data, the liquidation of companies, institutions and bodies and the displacement of thousands of their employees who were considered loyal to the former regime and left to face an unknown fate for years.
He also introduced new formations for the Iraqi forces - after being dissolved to ministries and sensitive agencies in the state - such as the Ministry of Defense and Information, the Intelligence and National Security Service, the naval and air force, the special courts and other devices that the Iraqis have maintained since long times.
And lasted for a period of 13 months, during which he issued more than two hundred legislation and a law that continues to take effect so far according to the legal expert Amir Al-Da'idi, who assured Al-Jazeera Net that the declaration of Iraq is a free zone, although the country is not ready "to have disastrous consequences for the national economy and helped to smuggle currency and abolished the law Boycott of Israel ".
As legal expert Tariq Harb pointed out that the repeal of Bremer's laws will enter the country in a large legislative vacuum because many state institutions operate under it, such as the central bank, the Supreme Judicial Council and the offices of the public inspectors.
Abu Ghraib scandals
Pictures of torture from Abu Ghraib prison, published in a 60-minute program presented by CBS, one of the largest prisons in post-liberation Iraq, show US soldiers torturing and humiliating Iraqi prisoners in horrific ways.
Bremer did not have a position at the time, but he did not discuss the issue with the Governing Council, which had no reaction to the horrific act. Some even questioned what was published and circulated about the care that prisoners enjoyed there.
He accused the media of fabricating and fabricating the whole issue. Al-Jazeera and the British BBC network were at the forefront of the defendants, and resulted in modest condemnation, vague claims that did not match and the size of the event at its lowest levels.