Bush-connected firm hired to rewrite Iraqi law

Administration Bush - all nepotism, all the time:
An American law firm with ties to the Bush administration has been hired to help set up a legal system in Iraq.

The firm, Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, has been drafted in by USAID to advise on privatising former government-held industries, structuring government economic and regulatory agencies, and developing a tax structure.
Just to make sure everything is nice and "legal".

Can't wait to see what these reforms will look like. In a few years, I'd guess, Iraq will have one of the worst environments in the Middle East, and the top income bracket will pay the least amount of taxes.

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