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Iraq Officials Hammer Out Constitution — Delicately

In buildings with windows crisscrossed by duct tape to protect against flying glass, Iraq’s would-be founding fathers are hunkered down seeking to draft a constitution. With nine weeks remaining before their deadline, they are only now getting started on the historic document meant to unify a fractious country. The 55 politicians, elected just four months ago, face a tricky task. Go too slow and political momentum may be lost. Go too fast and risk a flawed constitution — or worse, civil war. Full Story

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