Iraq: In jeans or veils, Iraqi women are split on new political power
As Iraq's first elected parliament in decades prepares to begin its work, the women who make up nearly a third of its members agree on one thing: they want more power ... At the same time, the assembly's women are deeply divided.
Submitted on Thu, 04/21/2005 - 00:00
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