Talk:Constitution changes do not convince most Sunni parties

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NPOV[edit]

Title is complete misleading and article is too one-sided. Even within the existing sources ; "hopes of winning Sunni approval of the document" "However, a number of Sunni parties remain hostile to the constitution" Neutralizer 00:14, 14 October 2005 (UTC)

That seems to be showing both the opposing and appraising sides of the subject in question. Do you have a specific issue? --Mrmiscellanious 00:20, 14 October 2005 (UTC)
Please read the sources. The Sunni party is not embracing the constitution + this article needs lots more substance and content from both points of view. Neutralizer 03:04, 14 October 2005 (UTC)
I don't see what more can be added. It covers most of what the sources cover (which don't go into any details on what concessions were made) and I certainly don't see a NPOV problem here. The title of the article is a little sensationalist. I think a more appropriate title would be: "Iraq Sunni party backs constitution" or even "Concessions allow Sunni party to back constitution". If the author can find more information on what the particular concessions were it would be most helpful. As it is the story is still "under development" so at the moment there is no need for the NPOV tag. A title change is needed though. --Wolfrider 03:45, 14 October 2005 (UTC)
Actually, it was published, but he changed it to develop at the same time as he added the NPOV. I think the objection wasn't worth unpublishing it. Move it to a new title, add a sentence pointing out that most Sunni parties still reject it, whatever, but it wasn't atrociously unpublishable in the state before Neutralizer unpublished it. I think it could have been left and not been too POV, though I agree about changing "embrace" in the title to something more neutral. Joshua Nicholson 08:48, 14 October 2005 (UTC)
Ok, I'll change the title and add a sentence like the user above suggests; however, I still feel the article needs much more content to really report this event. Neutralizer 12:38, 14 October 2005 (UTC)