The CPA and the
are to reach an agreement on Iraq's security. Tn s agreement wi coverStatJs
Coa'ihon forces n Iraq aia g
no hide latitude Â¥orovc'e for the safety an0 secdritv of theIraqi people. Approval of bilateral agreements is scheduledfor~om~ietiony the end of ~aih004,
Select'on of Transitional National Assembly. Fundamental -aw wit spec
me bod es of menations structure ano
mately spei out me process by wn ch ind v oiials
oe seectea forthese Dooies nonever cena n
del nes must be agreed 10in aovance Tne transit ona assewly
not oe an exsansion of me
nave no formal ro e n selectng memoers of meassemb
II 0 sso ve Jpon the cstablsnment end recngnnon of tne trans t onal aom n strationnoivd-a members of me GC w
nowevet oe eligible to serve
elected according to the process below.Election of members of the Transitional National Assembly will be conducted hrough atransparent,participatory,democratic process of caucuses n each of Iraq's 18 governoratesIn each governorate, he CPA will supervise a process by which an 'Organizing Committee" ofIraqis will be formed. This Organizing Committee will include 5 Individuals appointed by theGoverning Council,
individuals appointed by the Provincial Council, and
individual appointedby the local council of the five largest cities within the governorate,
The purpose of the Organizing Committee will be to convene a "Governorate SelectionCaucus" of notables rom around the governorate.To do so, it will solicit nominations rompolitical parties, provinciaVlocal councils, professional and civic associations, university aculties,tribal and religious groups. Nominees must meet the criteria set out for candidates n theFundamentalLaw. To be selected as a member of the Governorate Selection Caucus, anynominee will need to be approved by an 11/15 majority of the Organizing Committee.
Each Governorate Selection Caucus will elect reoresentatiies to reoresent he aovernorate n thenew trans lona, assemb
based on the governorate's percentage of raq s popitanon TneTram
ona hat mai Assenoiy wil
la'er man Ma)
2004Restoration of raq's severe gnly
ollow tne selection of members of the trans t onal assemo y
meet toe ecl an execJt ve branch and
aono nt m n;sters
J~ne0 2004 me newtransitional administrationwili be recognizedby the coalition, and will assume full sovereignpowers for governing Iraq. The CPA wili dissolve.
The process for adopting of a permanent constitution and timeline will ultimately be included nthe Fundamental Law. but need to be agreed n advance, as detailed below.
A permanent constitution or Iraq wili be prepared by aconstitutional convention directly electedby the Iraqi people, Elections or the convention wili be held no later than March 15,2005.
draft of me cons! Won
be circulated or public comment and debate A final oraft of tnecons1 Juon wi oe presented o tne pub ic and
be ned to rarly tneconst t~ton lect ons for a new Iraqi government
oe hed oy December 31,2005 at wn chpoint me Fiindanenta -aw
expre and a new covemment