Iraq Response - Brian Lehman-Lyng GENED 104 SEC 8 Double...

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Brian Lehman-Lyng GENED 104/ SEC 8 10/12/05 Double Entry Notes and Response In “Iraq’s Constitution: Where They Stand” (2005), Christopher Allbritton, Time.com, discovers what the problems are that underlie the Iraqi public views on what their countries new constitution should follow and what their country stands for. Since Iraq’s new independence, a reconstructed constitution has been in progress to be finalized but with three major political groups, little advancements have been made. The most centralized issues have been the involvement of federalism in the government and the role of Islam. There are very deep and narrow-minded feelings of what is the right decision to make for the country so a compromise has been very hard to accomplish. The Kurdish and Shi’ite parties have excluded the Sunni’s on several issues including the principle of a southern federal region, which has the possibility of becoming independent of Iraq. A decision was made though, that Islam is the official religion and will be “a
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course GENED 110 taught by Professor Chan during the Fall '06 term at Washington State University .

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