Barzani's last visited Turkey in April 2004, when he held the rotating presidency of the now defunct Iraqi Governing Council.
What does IGC stand for?
IGC stands for Iraqi Governing Council
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- International Geographic Congress
- International Geological Congress
- International Geophysical Conference
- International Glass Center
- International Gliding Commission
- International Graduate Center (various organizations)
- International Grains Council
- International Gravity Commission
- International Group of Companies
- Interstate General Corporation
- Inhibited the Growth of Cells by 50%
- Inherently Governmental/Commercial Activities
- Innovative Gaming Corporation of America (video games)
- International Gallery of Contemporary Art (Anchorage, AK)
- International Garden Centre Association
- International Gastric Cancer Association (Tokyo, Japan)
- Italian Greyhound Club of America
- Industrial Gas Consumers Association of Alberta (Canada)
- Innovative Gaming Corporation of America (Las Vegas, NV)
- Indira Ghandi Centre for Atomic Research
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And one person died when a roadside bomb targeted the convoy of a Shiite government official and former member of the Iraqi Governing Council in central Baghdad.
Nasr writes that Iran "was the first country in the region to send an official delegation to Baghdad for talks with the Iraqi Governing Council.
backed Iraqi Governing Council, Mowaffak Rubaie, said Thursday that Shiite members of the governing council and al-Sadr have worked out an agreement.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In January, the Iraqi Governing Council proposed Resolution 137, which would have shifted jurisdiction over family life from civil law to Islamic law, giving local religious leaders control over women's right to property inheritance, divorce, child custody and even movement.
The Iraqi Governing Council chose a long-time anti-Saddam Hussein exile to become prime minister of Iraq's interim government, making the surprise announcement despite UN concerns over his ties to the US and the CIA.
The Iraqi Governing Council chose a long-time exile of the Saddam Hussein regime to become prime minister of the country's interim government, making the surprise announcement despite UN concerns over his ties to the US and the CIA.
The Iraqi Governing Council yesterday nominated Allawi -who was prominent in the exiled opposition against Saddam before returning last year -to become premier on June 30.