October 13, 2003

Resolution Watch The latest Turtle

Resolution Watch

The latest Turtle Bay going-ons via Brian Knowlton of the IHT:

"By incorporating a deadline [ed. note: for constitution/election], if only for a transitional step, the new draft being circulated today represented a departure from the earlier version, and gave a nod to its critics, notably France."

Here's Dominique de Villepin's reaction:

"There is progress compared to the previous text," Dominique de Villepin, the foreign minister of France, said today in Luxembourg, according to Agence France-Presse. "The real question is whether this progress is enough."

Well sure--it's blatantly obvious that's the question. Might the French Foreign Minister instead clue us in to the Quai d'Orsay's position rather than state the blindingly self-evident?

Doubtless a long and tortured Derrida-like inspection of the latest draft needs to take place first, bien sur?

Meanwhile, Spanish PM Aznar is quoted as saying:

"I have the impression that some in Europe think that if things go wrong in Iraq they could benefit," Mr. Aznar said, according to Reuters. "That seems to me a very serious error."

Hmmm. Wonder who he's talking about?

Posted by Gregory at October 13, 2003 10:15 PM
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