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Components of State-Building in Iraq Post-2003

Rahman Abdul-Hussain Al-Zaher ,Fatima Jawad Kazim
Keywords: Political components, economic components, state building, Iraq, 2003 ,

Abstract

Post-2003, Iraq went through an important historical period, which led to radical change at various political, economic and social levels. Especially the question of its transition from a totalitarian dictatorial regime to a pluralistic democratic system. The process of building the state in Iraq required the foundation and dependence on basic components to reach the state of citizenship, institutions and law, and these components are represented by political components represented by democracy, the mechanism of election in the rotation of power, and the adoption of multiparty and political pluralism. The legal components were the existence of the Constitution and its legitimate sovereignty, the preservation of the principle of separation of powers, and the guarantee of rights, freedoms and control.