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UPDATED: 08:18, November 09, 2004
Bush faces 9 big challenges in his new tenure of office
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According to the news from Beijing Youth Daily the curtain was dropped for the strident presidential election campaign on 3 November. Bush, coming out a winner by a hairbreadth over Kerry, the candidate of the Democratic Party, succeeded in reassuming the presidentship for the next terms of office. According to the plan of Bush he would hold the cabinet meeting on the 4th of the month, discussing on the work of the government for his next tenure of office. In view of the analysis by the US media Bush will be confronted with nine big challenges after his successful re-assumption of the presidentship and he won't be able to feel light in the work

Challenge I: Difficult plight in Iraqi war
The war in Iraq made Bush to escape by a hairbreadth from losing the presidential election campaign. So how to solve the thorny Iraqi problem has become a job of primary importance in his second terms of office for presidentship. The Bush administration hasn't worked out an