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  • ...erning Council]], and was, in turn, succeeded by the first elected interim government. It was appointed, with US approval, by UN envoy [[Lakhdar Brahimi]]. It had 25 ministers. The Prime Minister and head of government was [[Ayad Allawi]]. [[Ghazi al-Yawar]] was President and head of state
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  • While UN-appointed pending elections, the first Iraqi sovereign government following the [[Gulf War]]
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Interim Iraqi Government]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Iraqi Governing Council}}
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  • ...erning Council]], and was, in turn, succeeded by the first elected interim government. It was appointed, with US approval, by UN envoy [[Lakhdar Brahimi]]. It had 25 ministers. The Prime Minister and head of government was [[Ayad Allawi]]. [[Ghazi al-Yawar]] was President and head of state
    714 B (100 words) - 00:06, 18 August 2009
  • {{r|Interim Iraqi Government}} {{r|Iraqi Governing Council}}
    489 B (64 words) - 21:52, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Iraqi Governing Council}} {{r|Interim Iraqi Government}}
    573 B (78 words) - 14:25, 27 June 2010
  • ...raqi Governing Council]] (IGC), and the June 1, 2004 of an [[Interim Iraqi Government]].<ref name=CPAHist>{{citation Bremer's initial order stated:<blockquote> The CPA shall exercise powers of government temporarily in order to provide for
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  • ...ernance questions, [[de-Ba'athification]], and forming the [[Interim Iraqi Government]]. <ref name=CFR>{{citation | title = IRAQ: Iraq's Governing Council
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  • {{r|Iraqi Governing Council||**}} {{r|Interim Iraqi Government||**}}
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  • {{r|Interim Iraqi Government}} {{r|Iraqi Leadership Council}}
    232 B (29 words) - 03:13, 18 July 2009
  • ...was never a formally declared a war. The U.S. refers to it as [[Operation IRAQI FREEDOM]]. Continuing operations are under the command of [[Multi-National From the U.S. operational view, Operation IRAQI FREEDOM ended when the [[4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team]], the last operat
    85 KB (12,790 words) - 13:58, 10 October 2013
  • ...he [[Global Leadership Foundation]], a group of individuals with extensive government experience who privately advise national leaders. ...ary-General, stating frustration with [[L. Paul Bremer]] in establishing a government in Iraq.<ref name=AT>{{citation
    6 KB (913 words) - 03:24, 7 October 2009
  • ...Prior to that, he was one of the three rotating presidents of the [[Iraqi Governing Council]] He is a member of the Shammar tribe, which is primarily [[Sunn ...ary 2005 elections. It only polled 2%, and he is now part of the secular [[Iraqi National List]] allied with [[Iyad Allawi]].
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  • Minister of Environment in [[Interim Iraqi Government]] (2004-2005); [[women's rights]] director for [[Free Iraq Foundation]]
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  • ...ut together three provinces of distinct religious/ethnic majority, with no Iraqi identity: *Mosul governorate: [[Kurdish people]], ethnically [[Persian]] and largely [[Sunni]], in
    5 KB (740 words) - 01:30, 7 July 2012
  • After the end of [[Iraq War, major combat phase|major combat against the Iraqi military]] in 2003, there was a period of confusion and discontent, followe ...station confirmed Shawani's impression. [[L. Paul Bremer]] said he saw an Iraqi intelligence service document, toward the end of July 2003, describing how
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  • ...c Dawa Party]]. He replaced [[Ayad Allawi]], who had led the prior interim government. He agreed to leave the premiership in 2006, when both internal and ext ...= Ex-Premier Is Expelled From Governing Party in Iraq}}</ref> called the [[Iraqi Reform Movement]]
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  • {{r|Iraqi Interim Government}}
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  • ...tional Security Adviser of [[Iraq]]; he first took the role in the [[Iraqi Governing Council]] in 2004.<ref name=CPA>{{citation | title = Governing Councilmen Assume Posts as Minister of Interior and National Security Ad
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  • ...clear: that we were going to try to set the Iraqis on a path to democratic government and help them rebuild their country."<ref name=PBS2006-06-26>{{citation ...economic recovery, sustainable reconstruction and development.” The US Government never issued a formal order dissolving the ORHA." Some of its staff mem
    10 KB (1,532 words) - 14:31, 28 September 2013
  • ...r Brahimi]]'s role as UN Envoy to the establishment of the [[Interim Iraqi Government]], saying Brahimi, in past roles in the [[Arab League]] and as foreign
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  • | publisher = Belfer Center, Kennedy School of Governent, [[Harvard University]] ...ethnic groups." She felt that framing the discussion in such terms pushes Iraqis back from the sectarian model they have been trying to leave. <ref name=Wa
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  • Several key factors had the potential to override any plan. First, the Iraqi oil infrastructure had to be protected from sabotage, as its revenue would Second, Saddam Hussein was the key to Iraqi resistance. Ideally, he would leave the country. If, however, he could be l
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