Policy #962: "Iraq 2003 — For disarmament only"
Someone who believes that Iraq probably did have Weapons of Mass Destruction programs, and that the inspection process should run its full course before war could be considered. When no WMD was present in Iraq, considers it a matter of serious concern which needs proper investigation and real accountability. would have voted like this...
|Commons||24 Sep 2002||Iraq — Weapons of Mass Destruction||abstain|
|Commons||25 Nov 2002||Iraq — UN Security Council Resolution 1441 — Second resolution necessary — rejected||abstain|
|Commons||26 Feb 2003||Iraq — Case for war is unproven — rejected||minority|
|Commons||18 Mar 2003||Iraq — Case for war not established — rejected||minority (strong)|
|Commons||18 Mar 2003||Iraq — Declaration of War||minority|
|Commons||4 Jun 2003||Iraq — Weapons of Mass Destruction Inquiry||minority (strong)|
|Commons||16 Jul 2003||Iraq — Foreign Affairs Committee Report||minority|
|Commons||10 Sep 2003||Iraq — Role of the United Nations||abstain|
|Commons||22 Oct 2003||Iraq — Set up of judicial inquiry — rejected||minority|
|Commons||22 Oct 2003||Iraq — Judicial Inquiry — Not necessary||minority|
|Commons||13 Jan 2004||Iraq — National Audit Office Report on Operation Telic||abstain|
|Commons||9 Mar 2004||Iraq — Attorney-General's Advice||minority|
|Commons||17 May 2004||Iraq — Security Situation||minority|