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d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite member of Parliament.

The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb

er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb

er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb

er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb

er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb

er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb

er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb
er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: d Nadhum al-Saadi, a Shiite memb

er of Parliament.
The vote in Parliament was a rare show of unity in Iraq s political class. But, th
ough many Iraqis hope the measures will yield a wholesale reshaping of the dysfu
nctional political system that has been in place since the American invasion in
2003, there are dangers in them as well.
To start with, this is Iraq, where grievances are often settled in blood. Mr. Ab
adi seemed to acknowledge that he was taking a chance by eliminating jobs, salar
ies and perks, including the vast security details provided to many officials.
Addressing the Iraqi people on Tuesday, he said: