Governance in Iraq
The mechanisms by which people and organizations have attempted to work towards common objectives have largely been based on a number of factors such as religious bias, ideology, economic and military strength sense of purpose. These concepts are peculiar to certain region of the world with some engaging in communist, some also in Islamism and others in democracy. The underlining interest of individual leaders also plays a major part, but this is usually over-ruled by the common interests that promote universal peace and growth.
Let’s consider the Iraq case:
After the war against Iraq by the American government in search of weapon of mass destruction in the country, there have been serious implications following the invasion. The country has indeed been plagued with difficult tasks that acutely militate against its future and the emergence of peace and democratic tenets in the new nation.
Iraq security forces: Iraq security forces are just gradually been upgraded and are quite incapable at the moment of combating enormous crimes and insurgencies perpetuated by saboteurs of country progress. This has given the Coalition a major concern, and has necessitated intensive training and sophistication of the nation’ security forces so that it can effectively fight ageist sectarian crimes and terrorism
Rampant violent crime: Insurgents and terrorists have taken undue advantage of the political instability in the country, the slow evolution of a formidable security force, and a viable economy to produce rampant crimes including suicide attacks, several sectarian attacks against the Shai Arabs especially crimes against her women population. These violent have had enormous impact on security of life and property all over the nation especially in Baghdad, the capital city and in Basra.
Iraq judicial system: its judicial system is also in a semi-stable state, as its activities depends strongly on the evolving democratic tenets that would be adopted by the interim government led by Prime Minister Malice and his Deputy, Sale and the outcome of the National Reconciliation and Dialogue Project. Pending the outcome, insurgents and criminals would continually take advantage of the situation to perpetuate evil
Infrastructural development: The impact of the war, the activities of terrorist and other criminals has eaten deep into the fabric of infrastructure of the Country; this slowed economic development and retarded the economic policies of the new government. Such other similar economic problem that can be associated with this is mass unemployment; this has contributed to the manslaughter rampant in the country and is a major concern for the new government and the Coalition.
International relations: activities of neighboring countries like Syria and Iran have dealt blow on her peace. These nations perpetually provide arms and training for insurgents and support terrorist groups with the country. However, rising international compact with the United Nations, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates have helped in alleviating some of her present diplomatic challenges.
Suffice to say that in the midst of these current challenges that militate against the future of the country, there have also been positive. The new government has been able to incorporate into non-sectarian groups into the administration, initiated the anti-insurgency struggle and upholds national unity. Obviously, the cultural and religious inclinations of major groups like the Sunni Arabs, Shai Arabs and the Shiites are now creating room for democratic values as against the tyranny of the past administration.