If you're well acquainted with the politics of Iraq, you should know that the current Iraqi government isn't exclusive to one dominating sect like it used to be. Is that called "apportionment"?
If yes, is there an adjective to that word? Can we use that adjective to describe the political process in Iraq?
There's an Arabic term to describe the current governance in Iraq. I tried to look for the English equivalent but all I found is phrases, such as "a plural political system in which varying sects and ideological and political factions compete in elections", but what I'm looking for is a single word.
I hesitated to use the word "apportionment" because I didn't feel it has a negative connotation. In the original Arabic text, the writer means it as a "division" or "the opposite of unity". I'm not sure if "apportionment" depends on the context.