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An Iraqi Shiite Muslim man holds a photo of a relative during a rally in the capital Baghdad on February 10, 2013, protesting against a call to abolish the de-Baathification law which bans senior members of the regime of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein from government employment, the modifications to the anti-terrorism laws and an amnesty for Sunni prisoners convicted on terrorism charges, brought into effect following the fall of Saddam Hussein in April 2013. The rally follows weeks of protests by the Sunnis hoping that through their protests and sit-ins that have swept across Sunni provinces and Baghdad's Sunni neighbourhoods they can abolish the political structure forged by the US occupation authority, allowing them to negotiate a more equitable governing system. AFP PHOTO / SABAH ARAR (Photo credit should read SABAH ARAR/AFP/Getty Images)
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An Iraqi Shiite Muslim man holds a photo of a relative during a rally in the capital Baghdad on February 10, 2013, protesting against a call to abolish the de-Baathification law which bans senior members of the regime of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein from government employment, the modifications to the anti-terrorism laws and an amnesty for Sunni prisoners convicted on terrorism charges, brought into effect following the fall of Saddam Hussein in April 2013. The rally follows weeks of protests by the Sunnis hoping that through their protests and sit-ins that have swept across Sunni provinces and Baghdad's Sunni neighbourhoods they can abolish the political structure forged by the US occupation authority, allowing them to negotiate a more equitable governing system. AFP PHOTO / SABAH ARAR (Photo credit should read SABAH ARAR/AFP/Getty Images)
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