TITLE

THE MAN WITH THE PLAN

AUTHOR(S)
Powell, Bill; Walt, Vivienne; Ghosh, Aparisim; Fatah, Hassan; Carney, James; Cooper, Matthew; Roston, Eric; Zagorin, Adam; MacLeod, Scott; McAllister, J.F.O.
PUB. DATE
June 2004
SOURCE
Time;6/7/2004, Vol. 163 Issue 23, p30
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Follows the power struggle in Iraq as the United States prepares to hand over power to the Iraq people. Focus on the work of United Nation envoy, Kajhdar Brahimi; Intention of Brahimi to release the names of the interim-government officials who will run the country for a time until national elections can be set up; How the selection of a new government has been fraught with clashes between ethnic groups and has forced Brahimi to make some concessions; The great unknown which is how long this interim government can last; Why the selection of officials is so controversial to the Iraqis; How each group is diluting the power of another group so that no one gets a majority.
ACCESSION #
13241218

 

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