Bism Allah Alrahman Alrahem

Ibrahem Al Jaafari is the next PM of Iraq

After the withdrawal of Ahmed Chalabi IJ become the nominated candidate for the United Iraqi Alliance (UIA) to be the first elected PM for the next 10 months before the general election.

Difficult tasks are awaiting the new government and on the top of them are the security issue but not less than that is the reconstruction. President Bush in his visit to Europe today was successful in getting NATO's involvement in training the Iraqi forces and police. In deed it is better for Iraq to be somehow part of the NATO in future.

Jaafari should not think twice about justice and punishment for all terrorists. They should be crushed fully. Immediate trial for the dictator and his thugs should start sooner.

The new government should clean the state from the corruption and corrupts. The criminals should be shown publicly and their trials should be quick and effective.

Iraq should have its airports and civilian flights back to normal as soon as it is no need to come through Syria or Jordan to be able to enter Iraq.

The UIA should make alliances with the other parties to be able to lead the governemtn. In this aspect Iyad Alawi may receive one of the Ministries.

Iyad Alawi led the country during a very difficult time and he tried to do well according to his best capacity but some of his ministers failed and corrupts.

This is the first time in the history of the Arab region that civilized way of government change happened.

The big success is because the Iraqis are determined to be free, democratic and peaceful united nation irrespective of their believe or race.

Congratulation for Jaafari and hope he will do well.

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