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September 24, 2008

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Solomon2

We will see whether the open-slate system will survive the Council. I think the current party-list system deprives voters of individual accountability of their representative and gives party bosses way too much power.

Open-slate may be an improvement - depending on the details. For example, if voters elect someone the party leadership doesn't like, can he or she be denied his or her seat in Parliament?

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The Iraqi Parliament released a detailed report? I guess one day you hope to be quoting a "detailed" report from the Egyptian Parliament, AA?

On the face of it, looks like the Kurds stonewalled effectively: the status quo stays in place while yet another parliamentary committee tries to arrive at a solution. But the elections go ahead, and the representative parliament of the new democratic Iraq negotiates successfully yet another key bill.

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