Iraq’s proposed interim constitution fails to give adequate protection to women’s human rights.
In January 2004, WLUML urged you to join Iraqi women's efforts and take action to oppose the Iraqi Governing Council's (IGC) 'Resolution 137' dated 29 December 2003 that proposed the introduction of Sharia law in personal status matters and to cancel all laws which are incompatible with this decision. It was reported on 27th February 2004, that the IGC has cancelled resolution 137.
L'islam ne sera pas "l'unique source de la loi", et la charia ne régira pas le statut de la femme.
A temporary constitution for Iraq has finally been agreed after days of talks by the country's interim leaders.
This paper contends that the White House will be gravely disappointed with the result of its effort to establish a stable liberal democracy in Iraq.
As Iraqis wait for the establishment of a new constitution and judicial framework, so-called "tribal courts" are already administering rough justice in the south.
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