Salah Nasrawi believes that Iraq’s constitutional limbo is increasing the country’s already major political problems that threaten its democracy.
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Iraq is at the crossroads in its democracy, with losers in recent elections resorting to violence in an attempt to overturn election results.
The results of Iraq’s October election were certified by the country’s top court, clearing the path for Shi’ite Moqtada al-Sadr, the winner.
Iraq’s democratic disillusionment alludes to the failure of the democratization process 18 years after America toppled Sadam Hussein.
A string of attacks in Iraq on pro-democracy activists and journalists has prompted demands to boycott parliamentary elections.
As the world transitions to low-carbon energy output, Algeria, Chad, Iraq, and Nigeria will be among the first to witness political instability.
UN human rights experts expressed alarm at killing of father of disappeared human rights defender Ali Jasib Hattab Al Heliji.
Three Iraqi journalists were jailed as reprisal for their social media coverage of the wave of protests in the Kurdistan Region.
Democracy Digest examines perspectives on the impact of, and how to counter violent extremism in fragile States, with focus on Burkina Faso and Iraq.
Iraqi protesters have now made sacrifices in large numbers to voice their dissent against the government and they still refuse to back down.