Tomorrow Iraq will vote on the new constitution. The constitution will be adopted, probably by a large margin. That's the good news. The bad news is that the new constitution won't change the level of violence in Iraq, though the voting might provide new targets:
Muhsin Abdul Hamid of the Iraqi Islamic Party was slammed for urging a "yes" vote among Sunnis on the constitution. The hardline Association of Muslim Scholars accused him of condoning the foreign military occupation of Iraq. IIP party workers were attack in Mosul on Thursday.