Iraq: Iraqi vote gives Shia parties a mandate for Islamic law
A coalition of Shia religious parties has won the Iraq election, taking almost half the votes and raising the spectre of Islamic law finding its way into the country's new constitution.
Submitted on Wed, 02/16/2005 - 01:00
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