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Will Iraqi Kurdistan ever get it’s new constitution?

Alaa Latif writes for Niqash:

In April, the Parliament in northern Iraqi kurdistan decided that the Constitution of the semi-autonomous region should be re-drafted. When this decision was made, a committee was formed to re-draft the seminal laws and to hold a referendum on it within 90 days. That process is now underway. A committee – the Constitution Drafting Committee - was created in late May with 21 members, all of whom represent a variety of political interests in Iraqi Kurdistan.

However it quickly became clear that the birth of the new Iraqi Kurdish Constitution would not be an easy one. When it comes to matters of national importance, Iraq's Kurds tend to focus on their shared ethnicity. However when it comes to more regional matters, like a new Constitution, each political party involved has its own agenda. And as the work to re-draft the Constitution goes on, it is becoming apparent that each of the parties want to leave a mark upon it.

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