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Saddam Hussein re-instated as President of Iraq
18 Feb 2006 by Si BowenSaddam Hussein is again President of Iraq after declaring to the court that he took 'full responsibility' for any atrocities that might have occurred under his rule.
In an audacious move the formerly-disgraced former-former-President apologised for not assuming responsibility earlier, explaining that some of the charges weren't, technically, his fault.
Saddam is the latest politician to bravely acknowledge their mistake, coming only a few days after US Vice President Dick Cheney claimed 'full responsibility' for shooting a man in the face, then trying to cover it up, before being rumbled.
Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld also claimed 'full responsibility' after the ritualistic atrocities at Abu Ghraib committed by soldiers under his command.
In 2003, UK Prime Minister Tony Blair accepted 'full responsibility' after it was revealed the dossier he used as evidence to scare people into accepting the invasion of Iraq was compiled by a seventeen-stone monkey called Terence. Terence, now Lord Terence, has also assumed 'full responsibility'.
In a separate move, the Oxford English Dictionary has announced the 2007 edition will carry revised definitions of the words 'taking' 'full' and 'responsibility'.
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