2010 JIAA: Iraqi Provincial Border Changes from the Ottoman Era To

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Iraqi Provincial Border Changes
from the Ottoman Era to Today
Japan Institute of International Affairs
2 November 2010
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In The Name Of God
NO. 41
Republic Decree
In accordance with Revolution
Command Council agreement of
the four material from
Governorate Law No. 159 in
1969 (approved) and according
to what interior minister
proposed.
We decreed the follows:
1. Constitute a new Governorate
under the name of Salah AlDeen Governorate its center will
be in Tikrit City and must be
followed by the following
provinces with all its
administrational boundaries.
a. Tikrit Province.
b. Samaraa Province.
c. Balad Province.
d. Tuze Province.
1. Replace the name of Kirkuk
Governorate by Tameem
Governorate .and to be
followed by the following
provinces :
a. Kirkuk centers.
b. Al- Haweja Province.
The interior minister must implement this decree
Written in Baghdad in twenty eight of Muharam month 1396 H in 29/1/ 1976
Ahmed Hassan Al- Baker
Chief revolution command council
1) Such Efforts Continue
 ISCI: Federalism Initiative
 KRG: Kurdification, “Garmiyan” Initiative, Hamrin Thesis
2) Sectarianism Effects
 Yusufiya, Latifiya, Mahmudiya “Death Triangle”
 Baghdad Neighborhoods & 1970s Redistricting
3) Continuing Implications for GOI Centralization vs. Federalism
4) Ultimate Effects on Governance & Regional Stability
5) Oil & Natural Resources Struggle
 Kirkuk Oil
 Anbar vs. Karbala vs. Najaf vs. Muthanna Potential Desert Claims
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