Now, that’s pretty close to being a government. Good news.
It’ll be interesting to see who winds up in the cabinet. More specifically, it’ll be interesting to see who gets to be the oil minister. The Kurds want it, but they probably got the right to have their own independent army (people keep saying militia. It’s got tanks and artillery; it’s an army in my book), so maybe they gave up the ministry. And what happens to Kirkuk?