Light at the End of the Tunnel

After eight months it seems that finally we are close to an agreement on the formation of the next Iraqi government.

When the talks finally reach a conclusion, there's a long list of issues to be addressed by the incoming government, not least of which is Iraq's abysmal ranking in the World Bank's latest Doing Business index.

Perhaps if some of these problems were resolved, there would be less resentment of the salaries and expenses being drawn by the people charged with running the country.

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One Response to Light at the End of the Tunnel

  1. Brad 11th November 2010 at 02:14 #

    Hmmm.....looks like the beginning of any new democratic government, negotiations are good and the fact these people are all coming together to work out their differences and come to an agreement on the next seat of power to run Iraq is a GREAT thing in the works. BE PATIENT! People are so stressed over this, give them time let the process play out, this is all new to them. I say they are doing Terrific for a fledgling democracy.