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Congolese Vote on Draft Constitution

Congo’s war-beleaguered people voted in the first national ballot in over three decades Sunday, banging on polling-booth doors to be allowed in to say yes or no to a draft constitution meant to put the country on the path to democracy and lasting peace. Some 24 million people in the central African country were registered to vote on the charter, which would grant greater autonomy to mineral-laden regions but was viewed by many as another attempt by corrupt politicians to enrich themselves. Full Story

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