iraq today: The interview was conducted in August that is, before the present protests, and before the forming of a new government in October, according to Rabble. Nevertheless, it gives some very interesting background information about the processes going on in Iraq today. Although we do not agree with all the conclusions drawn in the interview, we still think it will be of interest to our readers. The invasion of Iraq was a disaster for the Iraqi working class. Many public service institutions were destroyed, such as hospitals and schools; including two of Iraq's most-advanced medical laboratories, which in the view of the US were expected to have conducted chemical tests for weapons of mass destruction. Could you tell us a little about its consequences on society today After the US invasion of Iraq, most public factories were either closed or plundered and many others sold to the private sector. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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