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[casi-analysis] Negotations for USUK troops to remain in Iraq

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I gather that USUK coalition is negotiating with the IGC the terms under
which coalition forces would remain in Iraq. Is there any news as to how
those negotiations are going? It would seem too that many Iraqis including
such leaders as Sistani object to this matter being settled by the IGC and
want such negotiations to be with an elected Iraqi govt. Isn't this going to
be a problem for the coalition. There doesnt seem to be much discussion of
this that I have seen.

Cheers, Ken Hanly

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