Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR)
October 30, 2008 Quarterly Report to Congress
A Nascent Normalcy in Iraq
Improved security through U.S. support of Iraq's police and army, rising funding for reconstruction by the Government of Iraq, incremental political progress reflected in the passage of the new Provincial Election Law, and better service delivery evidenced by record electricity outputs: these are among the indicators of a nascent normalcy that may be taking hold in Iraq. But the country remains in fragile condition. If security again devolves, the slowly improving situation could quickly reverse itself.
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