Thursday, December 29, 2005

More on the political conflict in Iraq.

"Just like the previous days since the preliminary results of the elections were announced, this day brought some important events and developments and here I’ll try to summarize the most important ones here...

As everyone can easily see, Maram has rapidly grown in size and number of participating parties; now Maram is 50+ parties strong with a total representation of some 80 seats in the parliaments according to the results announced so far.

The parties within this bloc has also chosen a negotiator and a semiofficial leader for them; Allawi and they have also signed a “charter of honor” that requests from all participants to remain under the umbrella of this bloc and not separate from it after the parliament is formed."
From this description, it would appear that democracy is breaking out in Iraq. keep your fingers crossed.


Blogger Pebble said...

Yea I'm doing that!

10:26 PM  
Blogger madtom said...

You know Iraq has lots of up's and down's. But it looks like most of the reasonable people are trying hard to come to political solutions. It might not be perfect, but it's a lot better than strict totalitarian rule. Then again I have been away from the puter all day and I might be typing something which I'm about to find out is bunk. But from ITM's descriptions I would say that the Iraqis are trying to move the ball forward.

11:15 PM  

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