The Language of Iraq's Draft Constitution

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Melissa Block talks with Clark Lombardi of the University of Washington, an assistant professor who specializes in Islamic law and comparative constitutional law. Lombardi has translated the proposed Iraqi constitution from the Arabic; he says there are some surprises in the language.

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