Sunday, April 23, 2006

The new Iraq

On Saturday,April 21, 2006. The Iraqi parliament meet to announce the new head of the parliament, the new president and the new prime minister.

There were voting for these positions!, although they announce in advance the names!.
The end result end with a clear sectarian partitioning of the posts!

The head of the parliament is Sunni Arab with two deputies, one Kurd and the other Sheii Arab!.

The president, a Kurd with two deputies, one Sunni Arab and the other Sheii Arab!

The prime minister is A Sheii Arab, he is; Nory Kamil Al-Ali, "AKA Jawad Al-Maliky"
He is from the same party and the same list as the previous PM Al-Jaafari.
He promised the parliament and the Iraqis that he will form the new government depend on qualification not on sectarian factors, that sound very good for me, and for all the Iraqis also, but we look foreward to see it on the ground in the form of acts not just a nonsense promises that stay as "ink on paper" as the well known Arabic proverb said.

All what we can do today is just wait and see, it is only 30 days till the new government will announce and every thing will be as clear as the Sun.

9 comments:

madtom said...

TT if you were the new PM what would your cabinet look like, and what would your first order of business be.

Truth teller said...

What I understand from the term"cabinet" is the ministers. please correct me if I am wrong.

If I am the PM, I have to chose the ministers according to their qualifications and efficiency regardless to their sex, ethnic, religion or political belonging. the only condition I will take in consideration is their faith and loyality to Iraq and nothing than Iraq. I will not accept any dictation or pressure from any side who ever it was.
I will put in front of my eyes the benefit of my country, Iraq, and nothing else.

The priorities of orders will be toward restoration of free and prosperous Iraq.
The security, the water, the electricity, the fuel, the food ration, return of the refugees, reconstruct the cities and villages which destroyed by war, and provide hospitals and health offices with medicine and medical needs, reconstruct the schools and universities, and etc..etc

Anonymous said...

If your chosen cabinet ended up being primarily one group (90% kurd for example) how would you have handled those who decried your 'favoritism' towards kurds?

As far as your priority list of projects, how would you propose financing such reconsturction and organizing it throughout Iraq. Would you focus on major population centers and branch out? How would you handle sabotage?

Truth teller said...

In fact, before this dirty war, no Iraqi think if any or all ministers being Kurd or Arabs or Sunni or Sheii. What is important is that, they are Iraqi and faithfull to Iraq.

Bruno said...

"What is important is that, they are Iraqi and faithfull to Iraq."

EXACTLY.

This current lot seem more faithful to the business of lining their own pockets.

Heraulder said...

I agree that the most important prerequisite for any governmental official needs to be that they are true to Iraq and it's people.

Regardless of whether or not there were sectarian lines drawn before the war, they are now, and I think any government at least for the near future needs to include a broad sampling of the different ethnic groups in Iraq, lest someone feel like their group is left out of the decision making process.

TT, this may be a little premature (hopefully not) but congratulations on what we hope to be a step forward for the stability of Iraq.

waldschrat said...

I saw this very scary recent article and wanted to ask if you and your fellow doctors are OK.

http://www.kurdmedia.com/news.asp?id=12137
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Doctors fleeing Mosul
4/27/2006 IWPS
(Al-Bayyna) Dozens of doctors have fled Mosul after receiving threatening letters. The letters were sent shortly after three university professors were gunned down and students demonstrated against the killings.

The head of the doctors' union in Mosul, Mohmood al-Haj Kasim, said doctors were being targeted as part of a larger campaign targeting scientific professionals in Mosul. Mosul governor Duraid Kashmoola said a terrorist network that kidnapped doctors for ransom had been arrested. He said the head of the network worked in hospital security. Nine doctors have been killed and many others fled Mosul since the fall of the former regime.

(Al-Bayyna is a weekly paper issued by the Hezbollah movement in Iraq.)
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Truth teller said...

waldschrat

Thank you for your concern.
What is written in this news paper is correct regarding the killing and kidnapping. But I didn't heard any thing about the arrest of the terroris network, although it my be correct also.

Any way me and my close colleagues are still on he safe side.

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