Iraq elections 2010 articles are all over the net as the votes are still being counted after sundays elections 2 days ago. 38 people were killed from the 62% of Iraqis showing up at the polls. We are again one step closer to our objective of leadership and a stronger market for Iraq. I have to share a review on an 18 year old female Iraqi blogger who vote for the first time in Iraq.
Courtesy of http://livesstrong.blogspot.com
”Today is the election day, I woke up to excited, and full of hope.. my grandpa, grandma, and dad voted early in the morning at 7 am.. then my mom and I went to the election at about 9 am ..My heart was beating fast, as I entered the room, it is my first time..” -Sunshine
Reasons why you should visit this young ladies blog:
-She is a young 18 year old Iraqi in Iraq who voted for the first time and is optimistic about Iraq’s future
-Dozens of original pictures showing culture and life in Iraq
-Strong following with many comments and regular article posts
Please let me know what you think of this young ladies blog. I think it is a great source of information for us to check up on regularly. We don’t necessarily get all the best news from politicians and corporate web sites, sometimes the best feedback can come from the little bloggers nestled in the heart of the Babylonian region.
By Darren Chabluk for http://www.DrDinar.com