Judges Re-Appointed to Iraqi Supreme Court A committee composed of Iraqi and American officials re-appoints eight Iraqi supreme court justices dismissed from office by Saddam Hussein a decade ago. U.S. officials hailed the move as a sign that the rule of law and an independent judiciary are cornerstones of a free Iraq. Hear NPR's Anne Garrels.
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Judges Re-Appointed to Iraqi Supreme Court

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A committee composed of Iraqi and American officials re-appoints eight Iraqi supreme court justices dismissed from office by Saddam Hussein a decade ago. U.S. officials hailed the move as a sign that the rule of law and an independent judiciary are cornerstones of a free Iraq. Hear NPR's Anne Garrels.

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