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(From Agence France Presse)
The US civilian coordinator for Iraq, Paul Bremer was expected to meet with President George W. Bush and his top aides to discuss the pace of normalizing the war-ravaged nation, reports said.
Bremer, who arrived here unexpectedly Tuesday, and top US officials are considering changing the US-annointed Iraqi Governing Council and the timing of Iraq's transition to self-governance, the Washington Post said.
One of various proposals was to hold elections in four to six months to select a new body that would write a constitution and an executive to assume sovereign powers, following a model similar to postwar Afghanistan, said …