Iraq archives chief moves to seal Saddam-era files | Bangkok Post: news
But Saad Iskander, the head of Iraq's national archives, thinks the
documents have been used for long enough, and is pushing legislation that
would criminalise their release without the consent of the people they
"Baath party officials, the secret organisations, the secret police, they
all received and wrote millions and even billions of reports on ordinary
people, party officials," Iskander told AFP.
It was "an awful dictatorship that dominated all aspects of life, not only
through terror but also through documentation and spying."
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