Is There Hope for Iraq’s Post-Occupation Government?
On June 28, 2004, US Administrator L. Paul Bremer formally handed over power to an interim Iraqi government. The brief ceremony, held with only a handful of participants, took place two days in advance of the official handover date because of security concerns. Iraqi's newly appointed Prime Minister Ayad Allawi and a 33-member cabinet face the daunting task of forging a new, democratic, secular Iraq.
Rotunda, Ronald D., Is There Hope for Iraq’s Post-Occupation Government?, 13 Cosmos: Journal of the Cosmos Club of Washington, D.C. 65 (2004).
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