Allies should call postwar shots, says PM
“The United States, Britain and Australia would “call the shots” for an interim period in Iraq after Saddam Hussein’s regime is toppled, Prime Minister John Howard said yesterday.
The United Nations should have a role in post-Saddam Iraq, but it must accept the propriety of the coalition invasion, Mr Howard said. He also left open the prospect of Australia contributing to a peacekeeping force.”
Generously, “Mr Howard said although the UN had “failed” in the lead-up to the war, Australia would not reject the organisation.”
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