Iraq: In Najaf, Justice Can Be Blind but Not Female
Source:New York Times
The United States Marine colonel supervising the reconstruction of this Shiite holy city's government indefinitely postponed the swearing in of its first-ever female judge after her appointment provoked a wave of resentment.
Submitted on Mon, 08/04/2003 - 00:00
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