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It stands in contrast with the posture of American diplomats here earlier in the summer, who played down the U.S. role in what they termed an Iraqi process.
Reached by telephone, a spokesman for the U.S. Embassy declined to comment Friday.
"The Americans say they don't intervene, but they have intervened deep," said Mahmoud Othman, a Kurdish member of the constitution committee who said he met with U.S. officials Thursday and Friday.
"They gave us a detailed proposal, almost a full version of a constitution. They try to compromise the different opinions of all the political blocs. The U.S. officials are more interested in the Iraqi constitution than the Iraqis themselves, because they promised their people that it will be done Aug. 15.".
Originally posted by PistolPete
Less than ironically the fact that the UN is involved is absent from drfunk's reply.
Originally posted by Mayet
No Dr your not wrong.... NoOne should create another countries constitution