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Dr Zuhair Al Nahar: Your questions
Dr Al Nahar is a London-based representative of the ruling Dawa party in Iraq.

The chaotic execution of Saddam Hussein and appeals from the UN's Human Rights chief, Louise Arbour, not to execute two of the former dictator's co-defendants, have brought the credibility of the Iraqi government into question.

This follows an interview in a US paper by the Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, stating he would prefer to leave the job before his term ends.

What do you make of the current state of the Iraqi government? Is it still credible? Does it still have control?

Dr Zuhair Al Nahar will be answering your questions on the BBC World Service radio programme World Have Your Say at 1800 GMT.

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