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Now they are cutting land

The Shi'ites and the Kurds each want a bit of Iraq. Sunnis react with rage.

Something is in the box regarding Iraq's new constitution. There will be a distribution of power as we know it from the West: a legislative, an executive and a judicial body that together balance each other. The parliament will consist of two chambers, the top of which will represent provinces and regions. Both chambers will be directly elected, in a system of constituencies – and not as it was in January when all citizens voted together on national lists. Each region will have a number of senators (or what they will now be called) in proportion to the population of that region.

This is agreed upon. And it is also agreed that the real power should lie in parliament – in. . .

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